Sex-work harm reduction

@article{Rekart2005SexworkHR,
  title={Sex-work harm reduction},
  author={Michael L. Rekart},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2005},
  volume={366},
  pages={2123-2134}
}
Sex work is an extremely dangerous profession. The use of harm-reduction principles can help to safeguard sex workers' lives in the same way that drug users have benefited from drug-use harm reduction. Sex workers are exposed to serious harms: drug use, disease, violence, discrimination, debt, criminalisation, and exploitation (child prostitution, trafficking for sex work, and exploitation of migrants). Successful and promising harm-reduction strategies are available: education, empowerment… CONTINUE READING

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