The "22" on this bracelet represents the number of days Toha, a girl from Cambodia, was held in a brothel. When she was 14 years old, her mother sold her virginity to a man, which ultimately led to her being trafficked in a brothel. Though Agape International Missions (AIM) rescued her after just 22 days, in that short time she was raped by 198 men.
Viewing pornography is commonly viewed as a large driving force behind sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation. Join in solidarity to fight demand for sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation and wear this bracelet—inspired by Toha’s story—to show your commitment against pornography.
*AIM takes a holistic approach to fighting trafficking, restoring victims and transforming communities, in order to defeat trafficking. Their projects prevent, rescue, restore, and reintegrate. AIM is guided by a distinct philosophy that God anointed the Church through the power of Jesus to overcome evil.
All proceeds support Exodus Cry's work and the fight against sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation.