Who are sex worker ?
Sex worker are vancouver escorts who gets money in exchange for sexual intercourse or erotic performance, either regularly or occasionally.
Why we use sex work ? and not a prostitute ?
Because sex work is a work and prostitution, on the other hand ,has cannotation of criminality and immorality.
Many people who sells sexual service prefer the term “sex work” and find “prostitute” dreaming and stigmatizing, which contributes to their exclusion from health, legal and social service.
Why do some people do sex work?
Sex worker sell sexual service in order to earn a livlihood. The vast majority of sex workers choose to do sex work because it is the best option they have. Many sex workers struggle with poverty and destitution and have few other options for work.
Others find that sex work offers better pay and more flexible working conditions than other jobs. And some pursue sex work to explore and express their sexuality.
Why shouldn’t sex work be a crime ?
Crimializing of sex work compromises sex worker’s health and safety by driving sex work underground. Criminalizing includes everything from criminalizing the sale and purchase of sexual services, to blanket prohibition on management of sex work.
Criminalization makes it harder for sex workers to negotiate term with clients, work together with other sex workers for safety, and carry condoms without fear that they will be used as evidence of prostitution.
Sex workers in many settings report extreme levels of violence and harasment in connection with their work, including from clients, managers, and police.
Criminalizing makes it difficult for sex workers to reports rights violation, especially by the police.
What is human trafficking, and how is sex work different?
Human trafficking is an egregious human right violation involving the threat or use of force, abduction, deception, or other forms of coercion for the purpose of exploitation, slavery, and more.
Sex work, on the other hand, is a consenual transaction between adults, where the act of selling or buying sexual services is not a violation of humans rights. Conflating trafficking with sex work can be harmful and counterproductive.
Sex worker organisartion oppose exploitation, and many argue that the most effective way to address exploitation, including human trafficking, is to strengthen workers rights and address economic injustices.
Precarious work, restrictive migration policies, and gender inequality all contribute to greater vulnerability to exploitation.
Is sex work inherently harmful?
The fact that sex work is work does not mean that it is good work, or empowering work, or harmless work. However, sex work is not inhenrently harmful, but criminalization and stigma do make sex work circumstatially harmful.
Sex worker, like most workers, have diverse feeling about their work. Some sex workers dislike their work but find that it is their best or only option to make a living. Some are agnostic about their work but find that it offers flexibility or good pay. And some enjoy the work and find it all around rewarding or fun. Regardless of what sex workers think about their work, they deserve workplace health and safety and human rights.