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Asian prostitutes are falsely being told they can get permanent residency in Australia through sex work, a report has found. Ninety per cent of Asian prostitutes are in the country on temporary visas, with one third on student visas. Some of them wrongly believe they can get a residency if they work for long enough in the industry, according to research by charity BaptistCare HopeStreet seen by the ABC. The report titled 'Working with Migrant Sex Workers in Sydney's Lower-End Brothels' also found that only one in four sex workers were given condoms at work.
Some bought their own but one third said they sometimes didn't use them. One sex worker named Sally said she has been bribed by men to not use a condom.
I said: "If you not use condom, I don't do! The report comes amid calls for sex work to be decriminalised in Victoria. Reason Party MP and long-time sex worker advocate Fiona Patten has been tasked with leading the first thorough examination of the state's sex work laws since The six-month inquiry will examine workplace safety, stigma and criminal activity within the industry when it begins early in ,.
Once Ms Patten completes her inquiry and makes recommendations to the government, they will seek to introduce new legislation in Consumer Affairs Minister Marlene Kairouz conceded a lot of sex workers have been 'operating outside the legal framework'. Among the matters Ms Patten will consider are massage parlours offering sex work services, the minister said. It is currently a crime for sex workers to describe online the services they provide, which can potentially prompt confusion or unrealistic expectations from clients.
It's also a crime for sex workers to talk to clients about their prices in a public place. Some prostitutes wrongly believe they can get a residency if they work for long enough in the industry, according to research by charity BaptistCare HopeStreet. Victorian Opposition Leader Michael O'Brien said there is too much 'illegal sex work' happening in Victoria, but he isn't sure decriminalisation is the answer for addressing it. The Northern Territory fully decriminalised sex work on Wednesday, allowing the industry to operate under all existing employment, health and safety and workers compensation laws.