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– “socially redeeming values,” to borrow the famous US Supreme Court language. ----The Author An IN/Sight Special Report: Island Royale: Institutional White Slavery in the New Millennium. There may be the occasional report of a police raid upon a relatively small prostitution ring in the United States, where a dozen or more helpless young women, typically from Mexico and other Latin American countries, are found quietly plying “The World’s Oldest Profession” within a pervasive climate of fear – a fear of beatings, of hunger, or more often than not, simply a fear of arrest and deportation – but such accounts are rare indeed; the far more common image of modern white slavery, as documented by the media, is that of a savage and barbaric underworld in which women are bought and sold like cattle and are forced to provide sexual services while held prisoner within the many filthy, disease-riddled brothels that litter the decaying sections of overcrowded cities in Southeast Asia and the Middle East.An explicit report on the world’s most luxurious and exclusive brothel and of the people who operate it. Exotic tales of beautiful young women being whisked away upon spirited Arabian stallions, to live as pampered concubines in lavishly-appointed Middle Eastern harems under the spell of a ruggedly handsome desert prince, are the stuff of Romance novels.

I’ve already started sketching out the outline for another story – not a sequel, though – but frankly I would prefer to receive some more reader feedback before deciding whether it would be worth investing much more time or effort into the new project.

I have also reposted the story as one entire novella because it is hoped the sprinkling of negative comments I have received results from the previous inability of the reader to have read the chapters in chronological order.

It is a long piece, I will admit, but is understood best when read, in sequence, as a sort of in-depth investigative report one might find in “Rolling Stone,” “Vanity Fair” or even “Newsweek.” The name “IN/Sight” is an homage to the long-running PBS documentary series “Frontline.” It would appear that many readers did not recognize my attempt to provide the story a “legitimate” journalistic setting.

As an aside, I had also sought to address some of the more obvious logistical difficulties involved in establishing and maintaining a secret organization premised upon the sexual exploitation of women in this modern age of international travel, the Internet, global positioning satellites and instant telecommunications – problems, frankly, that never seem to be adequately addressed in these website stories but yet must be satisfactorily resolved unless the reader is to be expected to wholly abandon all physical and political realities. Foreword by the Editors ____________________________________________ Every few years a newspaper or magazine article will be published, or perhaps a television documentary will be aired, seeking to expose the sordid operations of the so-called “white slavery” business: The illegal trafficking of women sold into a life of exploitation and involuntary prostitution.

In short, I had wanted to write a plausible erotic story with – dare I say it? Almost always these reports have focused upon the cruelty of the slave trade and upon the appalling and often brutal conditions under which these unfortunate women must live and work while imprisoned within the squalid quarters of Cambodian, Indian or Turkish bordellos.

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