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French prostitutes launch court bid to fight law barring their clients from buying sex after claiming the 2016 ban 'infringes on their right to free enterprise'French prostitutes launch court bid to fight law barring their clients from buying sex after claiming the 2016 ban 'infringes on their right to free enterprise'»

There are also claims from the group, as well as the charity Médecins du Monde that prostitutes have been placed at increasing risk of assault with clients choosing hidden locations to avoid being caught by police.

Sex Workers Don’t Trust Kamala Harris»

Because sex work often encompasses so many different marginalized identities—many sex workers are immigrants, disabled, trans, queer—politicians’ harmful policies hurt people of those identities as well.

Gay Escorts Are Fighting Chemsex By Offering a 'Sober Sex' Service»

"Sober sex" is one of the most literal manifestations of sex work as therapy, and one that's particularly needed by LGBTQ communities. 

Alliance for the Safety of Prostitutes (1981-1987)»

On June 20, 12 members of ASP presented themselves at the Anglican Christ Church Cathedral in the middle of the afternoon service and began a four-day occupation. They were welcomed by Archbishop Douglas Hambridge, who invited ASP spokeswoman Sally de Quadros to address the congregation and explain the prostitutes' need for protection from police harassment.