A life worth living

Duckett, Michaela L.
August 2013
Charlotte Post;8/1/2013, Vol. 38 Issue 47, p1B
The article focuses on Antonia Childs, executive director at Neet's sweet Inc., and discusses changes in her life after career in sex trade and now as entrepreneur.


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