Polciing and incarceration of LGBTQ-identified youth

Sex Work Criminalization promotes Polciing and incarceration of LGBTQ-identified youth Every state in the Uited states has criminzlaied prosititution and related activities. It therefoe means that all states have outlawed theexchange of sex for a place to stay or access to other forms of resources. There is no doubt that the LGBTQ community experiences dispro[otionateky… Continue reading Polciing and incarceration of LGBTQ-identified youth

Crminalization of sex work and sexual orientation

Crminalization of sex work, sexual identity and sexual orientation Heteronormatively organized structures determine the principles that guide majority of socities all over the world. These views exists in support of two comeplementary genders (women and men) and the roles prederrtmeined for these two genders. They exists to promote monogamous and reproductive sex between committed heterosexuals… Continue reading Crminalization of sex work and sexual orientation

Online platforms alleged to be ‘promoting prostitution’.

The United States passed a new legislation in 2018 tagrteing online platforms alleged to be ‘promoting prostitution’. The law named FOSTA/SESTA combines sex work and trafficking making online advertisments of sex worl disappear from USA-based platforms. However the homeless LGBTQ-identified sex workers do not use online-platfroms to vet their clients or share information to protect… Continue reading Online platforms alleged to be ‘promoting prostitution’.

Polcing of homeless LGBTQ sex workers summary

Polcing of homeless LGBTQ sex workers Law enforcement authorities in many areas target the homeless LGBTQ and persecute them. Doing so puts the sex workers at even a hogher risk of rape, imprisonment and violence from police. Double criminalization of homeless LGBTQ sex workers leads to increased barriers to safety and well-being. It becomes difficult… Continue reading Polcing of homeless LGBTQ sex workers summary

The crminalization of LGBTQ relantionships and sex work

The crminalization of LGBTQ relantionships and sex work is underpinned by regressive religious and moral beliefs. Besides the role of legistlative reform, transphobia and homophobia extends beyond decriminalization or law leiberation. It will take many years and generations to change the attitudes and mindsets of people towards the LGBTQ community. Laws can be changed to… Continue reading The crminalization of LGBTQ relantionships and sex work

The impact of double discrimination summary

  The impact of double discrimination Evudence indicate that there are positive impacts of decriminalizing sex work. With decriminalization, sex workers can work in an environment with decaresed discrimination and stigma. Such envrionemnt allows sex workers to take legal action on any cases of violence and harassment. Without discrminationand stigma these individuals can acess education,… Continue reading The impact of double discrimination summary

Homeless LGBTQ and ‘survival sex.’sampled summary

Homeless LGBTQ and ‘survival sex.’ A 2016 study of the New York LGBTQ youth by Urban Institute defines ‘survival sex’ as trading sex for basic needs or money. It is common to find youth engaging in ‘survival sex.’ when they have no other “viable means for meeting their basic needs.” The same report provides little… Continue reading Homeless LGBTQ and ‘survival sex.’sampled summary

A legal structure that puts the lives of sex workers in danger

Criminalization is a legal structure that puts the lives of sex workers in danger, fueling stigma and discrimination against them. Besides, it creates an environment full of impunity and limits access to legal services and protections. Under criminalization frameworks, sex workers are more vulnerable to exploitation, violence, discrimination, arbitrary arrest, and persecution. Homeless LGBTQ sex… Continue reading A legal structure that puts the lives of sex workers in danger

The majority of countries criminalize sex work

The majority of countries criminalize sex work or related activities in one way or another. Some nations have no criminal laws relating to sex work, but these countries often find a way to oppress sex workers using other policies and regulations. Criminalization has tremendous adverse effects on the health and human rights of any sex… Continue reading The majority of countries criminalize sex work