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Amber Rose, 24, Montreal What surprised me most about sex work: How normal everything was.
You expect from the way media portrays sex work for the men to be disgusting and creepy and the women to be hooked on drugs and not doing well in life.
(Legalization, on the other hand, would result in the government creating laws around sex work, which often overly restricts those in the industry.) “Even if the laws start to change overnight, there’s still not a concerted effort to see sex work as a valuable and viable work option, and to see sex workers as respected members of our community with access to the same kinds of labor protection and legal rights that everyone in Canada should have,” she says.
“We should feel like we can call the police should something happen to us.
Those who exchange sex more regularly as a source of ongoing income are at higher risk for HIV than those who do so infrequently.
Persons who engage in such activities include escorts; people who work in massage parlors, brothels, and the adult film industry; exotic dancers; state-regulated prostitutes (in Nevada); and men, women, and transgender persons who participate in survival sex, i.e., trading sex to meet basic needs of daily life.
I get to explore my own sexuality in a way I wasn’t able to before.
Knowing one’s status helps determine the best prevention or care options: There is a lack of population-based studies on persons who exchange sex, although some studies have been done in singular settings such as prisons and exotic dance clubs.
However, the illegal—and often criminalized—nature of exchange sex makes it difficult to gather population-level data on HIV risk among this population.
I am finally able to be out of debt and live a stress-free life.
As an independent, I have the freedom to work whenever I want and have my schedule as flexible as I need it to be, allowing me to spend more time with friends and family, or just with myself, while not having to worry about how to make rent, pay my bills or even just have enough money to buy food.
The term “people who exchange sex for money or nonmonetary items” (hereinafter referred to as “people who exchange sex”) includes a broad range of persons who trade sex for income or other items including food, drugs, medicine, and shelter.