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Sex work laws in Queensland are complex and problematic. Private sex workers say the current rules impose moralistic advertising standards and prohibit working together, making them choose between working safely and working legally.
The state has a specialist police unit that uses entrapment-style tactics to pressure sex workers into offering blacklisted services. Groups representing workers had expressed their concern at proposals, tabled in the Queensland parliament, that a The development has been welcomed by groups who are campaigning for the decriminalisation of sex work, but they have stressed the process now needs to be enacted with a sense of urgency.
Respect Inc wants t This will inform their statements to MPs. Kali spoke about advocating for human rights and the decriminalisation of sex work, which would have a great effect on the course of HIV epidemic across all settings by averting HIV infections. Excessive entry, seizure, and filming powers have been literally cut and paste from the notorious Qld Tattoo Industry Act and will be added to the Prostitution Bill if the proposed changes are successful.
Currently police only have powers to enter, seize and photograph items in relation to the operation of licensed brothels. And provide the right to take another person and equipment into that location to film or to film covertly.
Sex workers in Qld need full decriminalisation not further police intervention into our work or workspaces. The Scarlet Alliance National Forum agenda has just been released! Funding sex worker activism is no longer taboo!