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While the study associated a rise of pharyngeal gonorrhoea, a throat STD, in Sydney to those statistics, one prominent figure in the sex industry disputed that.

Cameron Cox, the CEO of the Sex Workers Outreach Project , said people who don't work in the sex industry are increasingly using less and less condoms. STIs are skyrocketing at the moment and have been especially over the last five years," Mr Cox told news. A recent report by SBS Radio Thai, that aired on The Feed earlier this month , found the way NSW councils conduct investigations into non-complaint brothels or massage parlours offering sex has been detrimental on sex workers using protection.

NSW private investigators, tasked with proving sex is going on at illegal massage parlours by having sex with the non-compliant workers themselves, generally leave with condoms as "proof" they've received a "full service". This means workers in the massage parlours are rarely provided with condoms, as owners fear they'll be used as proof to close them down.

One sex worker told us her owner didn't want them on his premises at all and would leave them in his car glove box instead. In particular, massage parlours are increasingly offering "bareback" services where sexual acts are performed without a condom. Countless websites advertise exactly where customers can get these services in Australia with the websites even listing reviews of the women.

She cried and didn't know what to do. The client didn't care about her at all," Joy told SBS, in regards to a friend she knows that has been abused.

Looking for sex online is easier than ever in as brothels and sex workers take charge of their own business via the internet. A study from also found sex workers who advertise online are often less at risk than those who are street-based.

Mr Cox, who started as a street-based sex worker, moved online when sex work became decriminalised in NSW. A large reason why sex workers moved online Mr Cox says, also has to do with newspapers charging them a premium for their ads.

But if I'm a sex worker they'll make me buy a full week of ads and will charge me more than normal. While most sex workers have benefited from advertising online, it has also encouraged clients to push harder and actively seek out places that offer unprotected sex. But it's not just the clients encouraging sex workers for "bareback" services - the websites even advertise for it. In Western Australia, where most prostitution-related activities are prohibited, sex workers' risk taking has increased.

As the state's legislation gets stricter, the sex industry continues to see a downturn which forces workers to accept risky situations like agreeing to unprotected sex or seeing clients they're not sure about. The study found that of all types of sex work, the biggest increase came from private sex work - of workers visiting clients' homes. There was a decrease in brothel-based and street-based sex work, perhaps because of the increasingly difficult nature of being a "legal" sex worker in Western Australia.

Mr Cox, who works as a home-occupied sex worker in New South Wales, has been in the industry for four decades. His work is completely legal and DA-approved but even with the law behind him, Mr Cox said there's still a stigma around sex work. Another factor of the study found that stigma and discrimination were still major upsets for people that work in the sex industry.

The study also claimed that the rise of private sex work made it harder for outreach groups to interface with sex workers and reach out to those in the industry. But Mr Cox, who speaks to more than sex workers and visits establishments each year, disagreed. While the police and council have been swift to act there is only so much that can be done to stifle the illegal side of the industry which feeds on privacy. There is never a dull moment at the Tamworth bordello.

Sex sells, and sex will always keep the industry alive. The same rules apply in both Queensland and Victoria, however in the remaining states and territories independent sex work is legal while brothels are not, and the industry is not regulated. It appears that you are currently using Ad Blocking software. Please consider turning it off to support us.

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She cried and didn't know what to do. The client didn't care about her at all," Joy told SBS, in regards to a friend she knows that has been abused. Looking for sex online is easier than ever in as brothels and sex workers take charge of their own business via the internet. A study from also found sex workers who advertise online are often less at risk than those who are street-based. Mr Cox, who started as a street-based sex worker, moved online when sex work became decriminalised in NSW.

A large reason why sex workers moved online Mr Cox says, also has to do with newspapers charging them a premium for their ads. But if I'm a sex worker they'll make me buy a full week of ads and will charge me more than normal. While most sex workers have benefited from advertising online, it has also encouraged clients to push harder and actively seek out places that offer unprotected sex.

But it's not just the clients encouraging sex workers for "bareback" services - the websites even advertise for it. In Western Australia, where most prostitution-related activities are prohibited, sex workers' risk taking has increased. As the state's legislation gets stricter, the sex industry continues to see a downturn which forces workers to accept risky situations like agreeing to unprotected sex or seeing clients they're not sure about.

The study found that of all types of sex work, the biggest increase came from private sex work - of workers visiting clients' homes. There was a decrease in brothel-based and street-based sex work, perhaps because of the increasingly difficult nature of being a "legal" sex worker in Western Australia. Mr Cox, who works as a home-occupied sex worker in New South Wales, has been in the industry for four decades.

His work is completely legal and DA-approved but even with the law behind him, Mr Cox said there's still a stigma around sex work. Another factor of the study found that stigma and discrimination were still major upsets for people that work in the sex industry.

The study also claimed that the rise of private sex work made it harder for outreach groups to interface with sex workers and reach out to those in the industry. But Mr Cox, who speaks to more than sex workers and visits establishments each year, disagreed.

Now, we do a lot of that work on the internet. We have a website so sex workers come to us and we make ourselves available to them. Studies have suggested that decriminalising the sex industry is the best way to go for workers. The WA LASH Study found specifically that sex workers were more susceptible to abuse from clients because of their fear about being caught.

Some clients, while holding the fear of prosecution over their heads, abused sex workers, knowing they were too afraid to go to the police. Mr Cox, who has written an industry handbook alongside Safe Work NSW and the Health Department, has come up with a list of standards and health and safety guidelines for those working in the sex industry. Prostitution in Australia is governed by state and territory laws meaning its degree of legality differs in each.

New South Wales and the ACT have the most relaxed laws in Australia but any non-compliant or illegal brothels, such as those in Victoria and Western Australia, are unable to even receive the handbook. The crackdown isn't good and cops' heavy-handedness hasn't helped," she told news. For many people it is a surprise that Tamworth has a bawdy house at all, while others might be surprised that there is only one legal enterprise selling sex in the region.

It has been 23 years since the sex industry was decriminalised in NSW, and former nurse Piper has seen seven more years than that as well. In those years there have been a lot of changes, and she has seen a lot of locations, but late last year she decided to make Tamworth her own. One of the four rooms at Sweet Temptations. While a lot has changed in the sex industry, the number one priority has not, confidentiality. Clients are met by a receptionist, who invites them through the house, passed the signed Angry Anderson former wet t-shirt on the wall and into a sitting room where the workers view them through a one way mirror in case they recognise them, or worse.

Next the girls are paraded for the client, who chooses one, or more. He is then taken through to have a mandatory shower, before the worker inspects the men for any signs of sexually transmitted disease, with condoms another mandatory requirement.

Madam, the cat house cat, waits in the sitting room for the next punter to walk through the doors of the region's only legal parlour. Sweet Temptations is licensed to have four working girls on at any one time, and live in the house for the duration of their tenure, alongside Madam the house cat, whose eyes have seen it all. In this house there are rules. Sweet Temptations includes a room for special needs clients with extra space and extra care, often funded by the NDIS.

Our girls take care of them, relieve that aggression and teach them control as well. According to Piper safety and confidentiality are key, with security buttons in every room and a security guard on site.

The madam you don't want to mess with has online sites and illegal workers in her cross hairs. In recent times the sex industry all over the world has been rocked by the advent of online porn and digital dating sites, while illegal private parlours and prostitutes are crippling the legal industry.

Apps like Tinder and Plenty of Fish have also taken a big chunk of business, making hassle free rendevouz as simple as swiping left or right, with people after the same thing able to communicate that through select words and phrases in biographies.

And it is not just the amount of business that is changing, online porn is changing sexual habits. Those movies are staged. If these walls had eyes what stories they could tell. Recently Tamworth has been hit by a spate of rumoured illegal parlours and operators, prostitute rings operating out of motels, and even individual women working out of hotels and their own homes.

While the police and council have been swift to act there is only so much that can be done to stifle the illegal side of the industry which feeds on privacy.

There is never a dull moment at the Tamworth bordello. Sex sells, and sex will always keep the industry alive.

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