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Sex worker shares her story during visit to dubbo
Feeling she was in a life-or-death situation the young woman kept quiet and hoped the moment would pass. Rebecca entered sex work prompted by a personal crisis and found work at a large Melbourne escort agency. Escorting through an agency is different to brothel work, where clients come in for sexual services.
It involves "call-outs" where sex workers are sent to the client's location - often a hotel room. Rebecca's pay and the clients she met were determined by the agency. She worked about four days a week servicing up to 10 men per shift. She did not make a report to police about the strangling incident because she was scared of the agency madam.
Rebecca said she knew of sex workers who had been violently treated but did nothing about it and stayed quiet. Rebecca left sex work after becoming romantically involved with a client. She is now a single mother living on welfare.
She would not recommend sex work, citing trauma, physical danger and high pay which clouds judgment. But at the same time, she has "complicated feelings" about the work and has suffered from peoples' judgment. Emma said the money from sex work was wonderful given many in the industry are "locked out" of mainstream work because of gender, sexuality, migration status or disability.
Emma supports decriminalisation of sex work in Victoria and believes it will help the most vulnerable people in the sex worker community. A review into Victoria's sex industry got underway earlier this week and will produce a set of recommendations to government by August to help shape a legislative re-write of laws next year.
A life of giving
Your ad blocker may be preventing you from being able to log in or subscribe. Daily Liberal's trusted source for property. Home News National. When a man tried to strangle her to satisfy a fetish, Rebecca did nothing to stop him.
A driver would take her to and from jobs, but he was not there for security. It's literally just whatever goes. Victorian brothel worker of five years, 'Emma', has a different view. She said sex work is one of the best decisions she's ever made. They're like toddlers with hard-ons.
Lifeline 13 11 14 beyondblue 22 Australian Associated Press. Burnout was a common industry complaint, especially when doing "high volume" work, she added.
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