December 5, 2012 By Andrew Moran A growing number of graduates and postgraduate students in the United Kingdom are entering the sex trade industry by taking such jobs as pole-dancing, stripping, lap-dancing, escorting and prostitution. Many are entering this field in order … Continue reading
CHARLOTTE PHILBY The Independent With unemployment levels soaring across Britain, job prospects for graduates have never looked so bleak. But one sector proving resilient, and lucrative, for young people struggling to meet the inflated costs of higher education is the … Continue reading
Students take to sex trade in UK Mar 02, 2012 – Aashima Dogra To pay soaring fees and living costs, rising number of students in UK are taking up part-time work in the sex-industry. Pole and lap dancing being the most … Continue reading
The Telegraph, 29/02/2012. One in ten students know someone who works in sex trade to pay for university fees, a survey has found. The Billie Piper drama Secret Diary of a Call Girl, in which the dangers are sidelined and … Continue reading
Lay off lap dancers Categorising lap dancing clubs as “sex encounter establishments” must be seen in the context of government plans to further criminalise sex workers and clients. It would stigmatise and segregate women working in these clubs, making it … Continue reading
English Collective of Prostitutes Crossroads Women’s Centre PO Box 287 London NW6 5QU Telephone 020 7482 2496 Fax 020 7209 4761 Email email@example.com 8 October 2008 www.prostitutescollective.net COMMENTS ON GOVERNMENT’S PROPOSALS We oppose the government’s proposals which would create … Continue reading
NO BAD WOMEN, NO BAD CHILDREN, JUST BAD LAWS November 2004 The Reclaim the Night march past lap dancing clubs and ending in Soho has been organised without any reference to women workers in the clubs or Soho flats. Prostitute women in Soho … Continue reading
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