Latest Sex trade Stories

2005-07-11 08:06:55

By Andrew Hammond DUBAI (Reuters) - At a downtown Dubai hotel crammed full of prostitutes, a Russian lady caked in make-up boasts about all the rich clients she's been hanging out with of late. "Shoo, ya habibi!" ("what's up, baby!") she purrs in Arabic in an effort to impress a prospective English customer. But he isn't having any of it and turns his attention to some of the other nationalities on offer. "I think he prefers black," Katerina rasps in disgust, as the man falls into...

2005-06-29 13:30:07

By Jack Kim SEOUL (Reuters) - More than 1,000 South Korean sex workersrallied Wednesday demanding recognition as legitimate membersof society and the withdrawal of an anti-prostitution law theysay threatens their livelihoods and their health. The law, which calls for jail terms of up to 10 years orsteep fines for people who force women to work in brothels,went into force in September. It has cut business and thewomen's income by more than half, sex workers and brothelowners said. "Why is...

2005-05-06 07:59:47

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- The 25 students in jeans and T-shirts could have been in any career that requires hustle. The classes, covering topics such as effective marketing, stress reduction and legal issues, could have been part of any professional development seminar. But this was "Whore College," and any illusion it was just another corporate how-to for young go-getters abruptly ended at the sex toy display and was stripped away for good during a graphic demonstration that put a whole new...

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