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Fact sheet: Decriminalising sex work in Victoria

RhED, a program of Inner South Community Health, works with sex workers across the state.

On 18 December 2015, RhED launched the Decriminalise Sex Work campaign.

This calls for the removal of the Victorian Sex Work Act 1994 and Sex Work Regulations 2006, saying these have created a two tiered system where sex workers face barriers to reporting violence and are subject to discrimination. For further information:  Fact sheet RhED FAQ


Decriminalise sex work … it’s time

On Friday 18 December at Trades Hall, Carlton 1-2pm, RhED begins the conversation about decriminalising the sex industry in Victoria. This event is hosted by Inner South Community Health Service.

Martin Foley, MP, Fiona Patten, MP and Jane Green, VIXEN will be speaking.

No person’s human or civil rights should be violated on the basis of their trade, occupation work, calling or profession.

Stigma, discrimination and criminalisation make violence against people who work in the sex industry is unacceptable.


The business of pleasure

Women want more than just sex from a male escort – and the successful ones know how to deliver.

Some jobs you never see advertised. Think Hollywood actor, astronaut, adventurer. They’re also the kind of professions people fantasise about, but if we sat down and realistically thought through what would be required to do them, most of us would conclude they’re beyond our skill set. Male escorting is similar. Imagine that occupation listed in the classified ads: “WANTED: men willing to have robust intercourse with numerous women. Meet interesting people. Excellent pay, flexible hours, immediate start.”…
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