DECRIMINALISATION WOULD: Increase safety – sex workers could work together in a supportive environment. Police crackdowns break up safety networks. Street workers are forced into isolated areas and are at greater risk of attack.[i] Brothel-keeping law makes it illegal for … Continue reading
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Findings from the Student Sex Work Project at Swansea University confirms the experience of the English Collective of Prostitutes that most students go into sex work to cover living expenses (two-thirds) and pay off debts (45%). One sex worker in … Continue reading
Sarah Walker on LBC 27 March 2015
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By Niki Adams, English Collective of Prostitutes Protesters outside Sheila Farmer’s court case, January 2012 For years sex workers, burdened by stigma and discrimination, found it hard to speak and organise in our own name. This has started to change and … Continue reading
Laura Lee, 37, travels between Scotland and Ireland as a sex worker It means that from June 1, men who pay for sex could be arrested The mother believes the legislation will put women’s lives in danger By FRANKIE MULLIN FOR … Continue reading
By Sam Dimmer ‘It’s not rocket science – it’s just consensual sex between adults’ Prostitution. (Library picture) As police in Coventry continue their seemingly never-ending battle with sex workers and their clients in the city’s red light district campaign groups are calling for … Continue reading
by Frankie Mullin in Vice A sex worker on Hull’s Hessle Road (Photo by Ryan Fletcher) According to a new study, seven in ten UK sex workers previously worked in care jobs. The research, carried out by Leeds University, revealed that 71 … Continue reading