Diane once considered herself above other prostitutes. In nearly 20 years working highway truck stops, downtown street corners and even a brothel in Nevada, for the most part she'd managed to shower often, avoid beatings and stay in motels or with regulars, some who called her ma'am and bought her clothes and meals. All that began to change in 2007. As she edged toward 40, bone-deep weariness and a sinking sense... More >>>
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Dallas police Sergeant Louis Felini started the citys prostitution diversion initiative, and his wife, epidemiologist Dr. Martha Felini, is tracking the results.