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Rose Livingston ca. With financial and social support from Harriet Burton Laidlaw and other noted suffragettes, as well as the Rose Livingston Prudential Committee, she worked in New York City 's Chinatown and in other cities to rescue girls from forced prostitution, and helped pass the Mann Act to make interstate sex trafficking a federal crime. As a young girl, she was abducted and turned into a sex slave. She was given drugs so that she became addicted to opium and by the time she was sixteen, she had given birth to two children.
Livingston was rescued in and initially thought that she wanted to work overseas as a missionary. She realized, though, that there was a lot of good that she could do in New York. She referred to herself as a missionary and worked nights looking for pre-teen and teenage girls who were forced into sexual slavery. A small and thin woman, she was beaten and shot, sometimes spending months in the hospital recovering from her injuries.
Once she rescued girls, she helped them transition into a life of freedom. She lectured about the dangers of children and young women being forced into sex work. She also advocated for women's right to vote. The story of her childhood as a sex slave comes from Rose herself, and there is a conspicuous lack of confirmation of it from other sources, and various small discrepancies in her own accounts.
For example, she never refers again to the two children she said she bore. Rose Livingston was born around She bore two children to her captors, one when she was 12 and the second at She was rescued in ,  and came to New York that year. It offered a kindergarten, sewing school, and a library.
Clients could request medical and legal advice. In , the New York City police department statistics showed that 4, females disappeared from that city each year, and many more disappeared without being reported missing.