NZ sex workers reveal horrific rape, violence and reality of job

prostitution youthNZ Herald 30 October 2017
Family First Comment: Disturbing…
“Despite being decriminalised and regulated since 2003, many New Zealand prostitutes have come forward saying they fear for their safety, revealing horror situations they have found themselves in. Many sex workers claim they have been raped, physically assaulted with glass bottles, victim blamed and suffered abuse so bad that the Herald has chosen not to detail.”

New Zealand sex workers have opened up about frightening and horrific realities of their job in the oldest profession in the world.

Despite being decriminalised and regulated since 2003, many New Zealand prostitutes have come forward saying they fear for their safety, revealing horror situations they have found themselves in.

Many sex workers claim they have been raped, physically assaulted with glass bottles, victim blamed and suffered abuse so bad that the Herald has chosen not to detail.

Their stories are part of a new book called The Pimping of Prostitution: Abolishing the Sex Work Myth written by Julie Bindel, which delves into the dark side of the sex industry trade around the globe.

In the book, New Zealander Nicky revealed she was violently raped and had objects broken inside her, leading her to carry weapons for protection.
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