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Stigma around sex work still exists, and it will continue until we begin to recognise sex work as a job like any other. Entirely led and staffed by sex workers, Scarlet Alliance believes that sex workers should be the experts in their own lives.
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Sex workers speaking for themselves

by Joanna Cabot See Profile
Scarlet Alliance, Newtown NSW 2042, Australia
23rd Aug 2017
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Sex workers speaking for themselves

Stigma around sex work still exists, and it will continue until we begin to recognise sex work as a job like any other. Entirely led and staffed by sex workers, Scarlet Alliance believes that sex workers should be the experts in their own lives.

Joanna Cabot

About Joanna Cabot

Joanna Cabot is a video journalist for The QUO, and a radio reporter at SBS French and 2SER. Before entering into the world of journalism, Joanna was working in the fashion industry in Paris. After travelling for two years, she felt that sharing people's untold stories was her passion and studied a Master of Journalism at UTS. Joanna's curiosity and friendly personality lead her to reveal stories that matter.

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Minority Voices
Scarlet Alliance, Newtown NSW 2042, Australia
23rd August 2017

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