sex industry


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sex industry

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Darren Shilhan, of Sheffield's Employment Service told her: "Ministers have asked us not to deal with vacancies to do with the sex industry.
Prostitution after the Velvet Revolution, 1999, a kaleidoscopic video work documenting the post-Communist sex industry in Dubi, a Czech border town, must surely qualify as "problem art" with bells on--but it's been launched at the Wiener Secession and shown at the Hayward without anyone in the art business raising an eyebrow.
The stress of New York life may also account for another common "crime" that Gotham's Comstockian mayor was proud to confront: the city's unparalleled sex industry.
Using surveys conducted in four Asian countries, the work explains the factors under which women are forced into the sex industry.
2 percent of the Thai female population between the ages of 15 and 34 is or has been employed in the sex industry.
The spread of HIV infection in Viet Nam is linked to population mobility, increasing rates of drug use and a significant commercial sex industry.
Many individuals across the sex industry, even (https://motherboard.
The sex industry is one that exists on both sides of the law - some of it is illegal, while other areas are not.
Minister Shatter noted the changing nature of the sex industry in a document published on Friday, as part of a public consultation process on the trade.
London, May 24 ( ANI ): Topless activists have issued a warning to target English footie fans attracted by Ukraine's sex industry during Euro 2012.
NURSES yesterday backed calls to close a legal loophole which a number of organisations say has allowed the sex industry to flourish.
It is also very concerning at a time when we are trying to prevent young women from entering prostitution that job centres have started advertising jobs in the sex industry, given what we know about the links between lapdancing and prostitution.