Sex ‘trade’, not ‘traffic’

Sex ‘trade’, not ‘traffic’ – The Nation, March 6, 2012
[This is the sort of article that often raises the ire of those in the West. Many people there are certain that those in the sex industry are being forced against their will to participate.]
…The modern sex worker has work tools apart from makeup and condoms, said Chantawipa, who founded Empower in 1985 to safeguard their rights. They have cell phones and the Internet. Rather than greedy pimps, their support network is centred on a trusted tuk-tuk driver or the local motorcycle-taxi guy who takes them around and protects them…

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