Decriminalise Sex Work Now!

Law reform for sex work has been in process for over a decade now. Many politicians say they can’t support decriminalisation of sex work because you – the public – don’t support change. This means that as many as 182,000 women and men who make a living selling sexual services in South Africa remain vulnerable to abuse and have no recourse if they experience violence. By Blinktower and SWEAT in South Africa (2 min.-2015)

Visit:
Sex Workers Education and Advocacy Taskforce
http://www.sweat.org.za/sexworkiswork/

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http://www.filmfest.health-rights.org/about

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