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sex worker

, sex trade worker
One who engages in sexual activities in exchange for payment.
See: prostitution
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Matt Jukes was speaking after reports of sex workers being "habitually raped" while plying their trade in parts of Cardiff and Swansea.
The sex workers who are engaging in the demonstration and drawn from various parts of the country are here to stand in solidarity with our colleagues following the heinous killings, the recent case being that of Brown who was murdered last week,' Odhiambo said.
Police said the project was launched after a recent increase of migrant sex workers in Merseyside and a shift that has seen more people taking sex work online.
Since data were anonymised, visit-level information was paired to the sex worker using their COMETS identifier and date of birth.
I think they should consider having a sex worker on their board or somewhere near the heart of decision-making, because there may be a point where that sex worker intrinsically understands a 'hard no' but others just won't.
Sex workers from Sonagachi(Durbar) celebrated Rakhi Purnima by tying Rakhi's to passers-by.
SIX prostitutes were raped on Teesside last year amid an alarming rise in violent attacks on sex workers.
The co-occurrence of both pregnancy and HIV highlight the potential for mother-to-child transmission of HIV (among sex workers who decide to keep their children), and points to a need for improved access to sex worker-tailored and sex worker-friendly Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT) Services integrated into existing HIV services.
This article considers the importance of the international network of sex worker organizations in Latin America known as RedTraSex, a group that has invigorated collective sex worker organizing and training throughout the region.
As far as my career as a sex worker is concerned, I have survived after many wanted to break me down and tarnish my name.
ey believe that crack-crack downs like Operation Scarlet - the name for police e orts to tackle the sex trade in Hillelds - actually make things worse and drive sex workers underground.