Australian sex workers
Roxana Diamond is affiliated with SIN. SIN is by sex workers for sex workers and offers peer support, education, information, advocacy and referral services for sex workers. She is also a member of Scarlet Alliance and has participated in National Cabinet of Whores meetings with member organisations. But sex workers, who face stigma and discrimination at the best of times, have been hit particularly hard by the pandemic.
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Prostitution in Australia Sex work in Australia is governed by state and territory laws, which vary considerably. Federal legislation also affects some aspects of sex work throughout Australia, and of Australian citizens abroad. Though Australia is largely homogenous in its attitude to prostitution, the legal responses of the nine separate jurisdictions have differed. Some of the differences have been due to political factors. Eastern Australian states and territories liberalised their laws in the late 20th century; but liberalisation has been restricted by upper houses of Parliament of several states, with legislation either defeated or extensively amended.
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One of the two men on a fishing boat missing in South Australia has made contact with family. When it comes to paying for sex in Australia, there's a demographic of buyers that is growing: women. Women are seeing sex workers to learn about their bodies, deal with stress or trauma and experiment in an environment they consider safe. Jocelyn says the sex worker helped her to feel "much lighter" and "clear out that stress in a way that conventional mental health practice probably never would have or would have cost me a lot more time and money". Which is not to discount that, when she's feeling "more up", Jocelyn also sees sex workers to "explore" or "have just outright pleasure, and just enjoy it".
In a development police appear powerless to stop, hundreds of advertisements for private sex workers are appearing on popular sites, a number of them citing the extra measures the escorts are taking to provide intimate services safely. One online ad for a male sex worker in Melbourne reassured clients that hand wash and sanitiser would be provided on arrival. Another assured customers: "Usually I work for