Society generally perceives sex workers as nameless and faceless. We do not consider that these women are somebody's daughter, sister, aunt or mother and that their deaths involve the same kind of pain and loss as any murdered family member or friend. Invisible Women gives a voice to these women whose plight has been silenced by a lack of reporting, which then results in a lack of the kind of outrage that any murder should evoke.
Although a sad and confronting read, Invisible Women is compelling and very thought provoking. Well done to the authors for honouring the memory of the numerous victims within its pages.