sex industry


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sex industry

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It follows a major study by Swansea University which found that around 5% of students had worked in the sex industry and 22% had considered it, with avoidance of debt being one of the major factors drawing students into sex work.
BIRMINGHAM researchers have discovered a 91-YEAR-OLD escort working in the UK sex industry.
NEW YORK, July 23, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- More than 400 national and international women's rights groups, including the Coalition Against Trafficking in Women (CATW), human rights advocates, medical doctors, actors and directors, fashion designers, faith-based organizations and concerned individuals from over 30 countries signed an open letter to Amnesty International expressing their dismay at its policy proposal calling for the decriminalization of the sex industry.
Lured by the almighty dollar, and with a skewed fairytale view of love, she was drawn toward the seductive whispers and open arms of the sex industry.
The survey, which involved hundreds of students across South Wales among its respondents, found that nearly 5% of those surveyed have worked in the sex industry, with 22% admitting they have "considered" it.
An author has called for the legalisation of Scotland's sex industry after three years interviewing escorts for her debut novel.
The report released by the Urban Institute on the underground commercial sex industry in eight major U.
He said: "There is enormous demand in western countries such as Spain, Italy, Germany, France and Britain for the sex industry.
Raymond observes that in nations where the sex industry has been legalized/decriminalized, brutal violence against prostitutes and human trafficking in slave-like conditions does not decrease - instead, the police and legal forces lose valuable tools to use against pimps and brothels that rape, imprison, and torture women.
Many Nigerian women destined for the sex industry were recruited when their parents had died.
But the married father-of-two told Birmingham Magistrates' Court how he was driven into the sex industry after being made bankrupt.
Australia: Australia on Wednesday announced plans to make forced marriage and "slavery-like" practices prevalent in the sex industry illegal.