Genevieve Gilbert-Quach from Pink Cross Foundation
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Today, Clayton Bjelan was in conversation with Genevieve Gilbert-Quach, founder of the Pink Cross Foundation, who speaks about her emotional and spiritual journey to becoming who she is now.
Having her unstable father walk out of her family at a young age, Genevieve found herself growing up earlier than any child ever should. She tells Clayton of the struggle she went through and how her early years impacted her identity and lead to her work in the adult industry.
Many years later, when her friend from university suggested Genevieve try doing a Alpha course, a slow process began within her heart and mind that eventually brought her to a point of realisation.
Accepting God in her heart, Genevieve realised that other women around the world had been through similar experiences and after hearing about the U.S Pink Cross organisation, Genevieve decided to start an Australian version of it.
The Pink Cross Foundation is a faith-based public charity which is dedicated to offering adult industry workers emotional, financial, and transitional support. It aims to offer education to both those involved in the industry, and those who are supporters of the industry.
Tune in below to hear more about Genevieve’s emotional struggle and her spiritual recovery. You can get into contact with the organisation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Listener discretion is advised as this story may be inappropriate for children.