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A week Scottish government consultation, which has just ended, called for views on how best to protect women involved in prostitution. Introduced two decades ago in Sweden, the policy decriminalises the busty black escort fairfield of sex but targets the buyers of sexual services. Proponents argue that it would make Scotland less attractive to traffickers, while targeting the demand for sex work.
However, edihburgh sex-workers' groups claim the policy increases the risk of violence and le to a reliance on more dangerous customers. They argue that full decriminalisation, better financial support and workers' rights would better serve those involved in prostitution.
BBC Scotland's The Nine spoke to those involved in sex work, as well as those helping women to exit the industry. Claire is 28 and has been involved evinburgh sex work for four seeking for you the one. It started due to financial difficulties, illness and unemployment.
She told The Nine that she does not have a "rosy view" of prostitution and sees it as a "means of survival".
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It's that or you svotland have money for your bills or to put food on the table. Linda Thompson he the Encompass network, a of frontline agencies helping women involved in sex work.
She is in favour of criminalising the purchase of sex and protecting those involved in prostitution - many of whom suffer poor mental health or addiction issues. She told The Scotlznd "We have to question and hold to the men who freely choose to buy women in the sex industry. What women need is meaningful looking for black girl support.
Routes Out is a council-funded organisation that has supported street sex-workers in Glasgow for 30 years. She also said some men were so open that they treat the organisation as "a customer service", trying to get money back if they are dissatisfied.
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She said: "It is often said that it's a quick way to make money, but never an easy way. It is driven by survival behaviour. She said the consultation was intended to start a conversation on how to protect women involved in prostitution and will explore various options. Any proposal to change the law would have to be considered by the the Scottish Parliament following next year's election. At edinburgb, soliciting in public, "kerb crawling" and brothel-keeping scootland illegal.
The government is to decide whether to adopt the "Nordic model". She is concerned about any move to criminalise the purchase of sex.
Anastacia Ryan, of sex workers advocacy project Umbrella Lane, is against the Nordic model. Instead, she favours full decriminalisation, with wraparound support for women. She said: "It's an extremely simplistic argument and easy senior nude personals for the government. Service manager RoseAnn Cameron says many of the women they help suffer extreme violence.
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