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Safer indoor sex work spaces provide important and potentially life-saving benefits to sex workers including reduced exposure to violence and HIV and improved relationships with police.
Researchers believe that one day prostitutes might lose their grip on the underground sex realm to robots.
Most migrants working in the London sex industry do not feel they are forced to sell sex.
Sex work is unprotected, increasingly dangerous and needs to be decriminalized, according to a new report published in the Canadian Review of Sociology.
A mobile outreach program staffed by current and former sex workers is associated with increased entry to detoxification and residential drug treatment among women in street-based sex work.
Sex workers said they prefer self-collection of samples for sexually transmitted infections, British researchers said.
The prostitution scandal involving New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer lays bare some of the inner workings of modern-day sex work: text messaging to clock in the client, electronic fund transfers, a Web site featuring color photos, prices and rankings.
SEOUL (Reuters) - A South Korean sex trade show promised foreign women in steamy underwear, striptease acts and sex seminars but had to cancel the performances after losing its lingerie models to immigration laws, organizers said on Thursday.
Sex workers and their supporters from 21 countries marched on Wednesday through the 16th International AIDS Conference to demand their own place not only at the conference, but in their own societies.
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.
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