We all know prostitution is a major problem here in the city of Houston. One need only ride down Bissonett and you'll see women selling their bodies.
So law enforcement officials over the last few years have turned their attention to the women, saying many of them are human trafficking victims forced to be on the streets by a pimp. That terminology— human trafficking—allows many of the women to get help or enter into diversion programs.
But how many of these women are just saying they're trafficking victims just to avoid tougher prosecution? On the Factor to talk about it is Tracey Dudley, a former prostitute who's started project girls, and Black Angie, also a former prostitute.