sexual work

Sexual traffic performed or allowed in exchange for drugs, money or something of value

sexual work

Sexual traffic–anal, oral, vaginal–performed or allowed by ♂ or ♀ in exchange for drugs or money. See Sex industry.
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Professor Sagar, from Swansea University's criminology department, said: "If somebody is doing sexual work and it's not harming them physically, it should not be an issue.
The curators, Bennett Simpson of LA MOCA and artist Richard Hawkins, drew no curtains over Tom of Finland's unabashedly sexual work: It is raw and vigorous, but the comic-book-y slide of one drawing into another produces a sl-mo sense of forward direction.
These victims are pushed into forced labour and domestic servitude, sexual work and serve as child soldiers.
The ILO reports that most of the world's forced labor occurs in Asia, where more than 9.5 million people are in some form of exploitative agricultural, industrial, or sexual work. But pockets of slavery--regional or within labor sectors--can be found all over the world.
You also can't miss the photographs by Mumbai- based visual artiste Tejal Shah who is known for her deeply political and often shockingly sexual work.
The photographer is American Terry Richardson, who is famous for overtly sexual work.
Most of them have records related to their sexual work activity or homelessness, vagrancy, substance abuse or in the case of so many of the young men, a lot of them have gang and criminal records stemming from gang activity.
But it's still fairly amazing that she recounts extreme sexual work encounters in such a matter-of-fact way.
She feared the damage this explicitly sexual work would wreak on his reputation.
What can be more profitable than women's sexual work? If sex work were stopped, what might replace, for instance, Thailand's annual $5 billion sex industry revenue?
Couples who put fertility as their priority either pursue the fertility route to its natural end and then deal with the (usually pre-morbid) sexual concern or they agree to do the sexual work in those weeks of the month where conception is not likely to happen.
This hostile environment cause of action, typically involving women who complain about a hostile sexual work environment created by men, has led to most of the escalation in Title VII suits the past few years.