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My Husband Forces Me To Have Sex


If you are experiencing an emergency situation or have been attacked by your husband, a client, your boyfriend or manager, call 000 immediately. If you have information about a victim of human trafficking, call the Australian Federal Police on 131 AFP (131 237).
We have a Safe House to welcome you in. We’re here to help you – whoever you are, whatever you do, and wherever you are being forced to work .

 

We can help by:

  • Speaking to you via phone, email, or in-person (if located in Victoria).

  • Listening to your story

  • Assessing your needs —we can welcome you to our refuge, a women’s safehouse

  • Providing emotional support in the form of mentoring/coaching

  • Helping you come up with a plan for what you want to achieve

  • Maintaining regular phone and/or email contact

  • Referring you to specialist organisations, including legal advice, housing, financial management, work readiness programs, social groups, and English-language classes

We base our work on the experience of our founder and sex trade survivor, Geneviève Gilbert. Our work is influenced by the principles of sacrificial love, radical feminist theory, and academic research into the effects of the commodification of human bodies. At Pink Cross Australia, we believe that every human has tremendous value inside and outside.

Help Me

Contact us:

E: help[@]pinkcross.org.au

PH: 0455 564 840 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

If you are located in Melbourne, you can call our crisis service on 0455 564 840 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We can come to you in two hours if you are located within a 40km radius of Dandenong.

Facebook: @pinkcrossoz

Twitter: @pinkcrossoz

Due to our limited resources, we may not be able to reply to your inquiry immediately, however we endeavour to reply to all communication within 2-10 business days.