- What is my nationaly:
- Available to:
- What is the color of my hair:
- Abundant auburn hair
- What is my figure features:
- My body features is fat
- Favourite music:
- Other hobbies:
- Listening to music
- Body tattoos:
- I have tattoos
Over a hundred men and women are selling themselves for sex in Cornwall on the website. A controversial website which was criticised for fuelling a boom in the of 'pop-up brothels' in Cornwall and beyond has hit back at claims it is responsible for the problem. Cornwall Live recently revealed how over a hundred men adilt work women were selling themselves for sex in Cornwall on the website AdultWork, with the majority based in Truro and St Austell. Last year a government report hit out at a small of internet firms, naming Adultwork and Vivastreet in particular, for being "the most ificant enablers of sex-trafficking in the UK". The report found that the prostitution procurement sites were being used by traffickers to control the profiles of sex workers while also fuelling a new wave of short-let brothels allowing women to be trafficked around the country for sex by criminal gangs. Both websites make money by charging those who post "adult" adverts rather than the people who then make use of them.
Calls for "prostitution websites" to be banned in England and Wales will be made at a House of Commons debate. A cross-party group of MPs says the owners of such sites "directly and knowingly" profit from sex-trafficking and wants the Home Office to intervene.
The group adds that a small of sites "dominate the marketplace" and have named two in particular : Vivastreet and Adultwork.
But sex-worker-rights campaigners say the proposal would be "a disaster". Three organisations - the Sex Worker Advocacy and Resistance Movement Swarmthe English Collective of Prostitutes ECPand the xTalk collective - are planning a demonstration outside Parliament at the time of this Wednesday's debate to protest against the suggested law change. They describe the idea as being a "Trump-inspired" effort to kick sex workers off the internet and put them into "more exploitative and harmful situations". The debate follows a report into sexual exploitation in England and Adilt work, which was published in May.
It concluded that prostitution procurement websites were "the most ificant enabler of sex-trafficking in the UK". The MP is also calling for new rules to criminalise the payment of sex in any location, but an end to penalties for loitering and solicitation.
Both Vivastreet and Adultwork make money by charging those who post "adult" adverts rather than the people who then make use of them. All classifieds services are now banned from running relating to the sale of sexual services in the US, after the introduction of a new law. But it now faces legal challenges of its own, with the Electronic Frontier Foundation EFF among others claiming that it both trespasses on free speech laws and hinders efforts to help sex-trafficking victims.
The English Collective of Prostitutes suggests the law has made it harder for US sex workers to screen their clients, and has published a blog setting out its opposition to a similar move in the UK. Legal challenge to US sex trafficking law.
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