Quite odd that you describe her as 'prostituted', OP. In light of her work and situation, I'd say it's wholly inaccurate and inappropriate, and I suspect she'd be offended that you deem to patronise and label her so.
Quite odd that you describe her as 'prostituted', OP
Well not really, on a feminist board. Many feminists avoid the term 'sex worker' because a) its a legitimate position to hold that prostitution inevitably involves some element of coercion, and b) even if you don't believe a), the term arguably legitimises all forms of prostitution, including those involving unequivocal trafficking and coercion. This is not to disrespect anyone's genuine choice, just to avoid allowing one individual's choice to obscure other individuals' lack of choice.