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The nightlife is not for everyone and from working in that environment, you understand that the world has many sick and violent people. The money was fast and great but I hated every moment of it. God knows each time I did it, I thought about my children each step of the way. It was nothing but sacrifice to make ends meet. I was born in a small village in St Vincent in the year , March I am the eldest sibling of five children, and I am a mother of five children.
My eldest is 50 years and youngest I was a sex-worker and call girl for over 10 years in Trinidad. Hard, extremely hard. As the eldest sibling, my mother forced me to drop out of school at 13, so I can find work and take care of the household. I loved school as a child! I was so angry when I was forced to leave school, I was such an intelligent child. I did not get to attend secondary school; I did not get a fair chance to be fully educated, and up to this day it still affects me.
I came to Trinidad for a better life. My mother forced me out of her house at the age of 15 years, so I had to fend for myself. At 18, I already had two children: a boy and a girl. My first-born son was conceived through rape, and my second was conceived through an abusive relationship. Back in the 60s, we did not know about abortion clinics. We lived in the countryside and when you lived in the countryside of St Vincent, you did not know nothing besides planting in the garden [and] cooking… You know, housemaid duties.
Many of my friends from the village told me about their experience visiting Trinidad. They worked on the port in St Vincent, so they will often be back and forth delivering and picking up goods from Trinidad. One day I visited my friend on the port. I packed a duffle bag with all my clothing, I got on the boat and that is how I made it to Trinidad. At first, I was two-minded to stay. I went back to St Vincent about three weeks after and my mother told me I did not belong here, I should go back from wherever I came from.
She even put my children against me. I really thought about it; but after so much pressure, I came back to Trinidad. Over thirty years, I have two children that are Trinidadian citizens. One is 30 years of age, and the other is 40 years. I did not have much education and I was not qualified enough to work in the health sector, so I got into care-giving for the elderly for a few years until I could make enough money to pay for private classes and build myself up.