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Sex Workers Outreach Project Inc ABN: 38 451 145 442 | Authority to Fundraise CFN: 24492 SWOP acknowledges the traditional owners of the land on which we operate throughout NSW. SWOP also acknowledges the Elders and in particular those visiting this website.
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The Australian Prostitutes Collective later evolved into the NSW Sex Workers Outreach Project and Scarlet Alliance – Australia’s peak national sex worker representative body. Today, they own a seat
Gala Vanting, the president of the Scarlet Alliance, Australian Sex Workers Association, and a sex worker, says female clients in the sex industry are "definitely on the rise". Gala Vanting says a break-down in stigma has led to an increase in women buying sex. (Supplied: Jesse Mullins)
Cameron Cox, chief executive of Sex Workers Outreach Project (SWOP) in Sydney, told news.com.au that as a former sex worker himself, he says despite what people may think most of those who work in the industry choose to do so. “I was a young guy going through uni …
Touching Base Inc is a charitable organisation, based in Sydney NSW Australia, that has been active since October 2000.Touching Base developed out of the need to assist people with disability and sex workers to connect with each other, focusing on access, discrimination, human rights and legal issues and the attitudinal barriers that these two marginalised communities can face.
Women interviewed by researchers — who spoke to 100 Sydney sex workers over 10 months — said that they had to buy their own condoms and clients asked not to use them.
Adelaide sex workers are increasingly using a database called Ugly Mugs, invented in the UK but rolled out here by Sydney’s Sex Workers Outreach Project, which lets workers share the names, aliases and phone numbers of violent or unpleasant clients, in the same way an Uber driver can reject a passenger with a poor rating.