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The app uses GPS technology to find other users in close proximity and defines itself as "a new way to meet new people". One man told the Daily yesterday that he had slept with 13 different women in the past three weeks. Dr Christine Knox from the Queensland University of Technology said the increase of random sex partners was frightening.
The microbiologist and mother of three adult children said the Blendr app was "terrifying" because it increased the likelihood of casual sex with "people who you know very little about".
Having sex with multiple partners is one of the top three factors that heighten the chance of contracting a sexually transmitted disease, Dr Knox said. A lot of people think they're healthy and have no infections at all. A year-old tradesman told the Daily he downloaded the app three weeks ago and found it a good way to meet like-minded people.
He said he had had sex with a different woman almost every night, but defended Blendr's image as a "sleazy" iPhone app. The Blendr enthusiast said there were many people who used the app to meet people and "not just for casual hook-ups". However from his perspective he was happier to find someone likeminded on Blendr than spend three hours talking to a woman in a bar.
Dr Knox said young people needed to think of long-term consequences that could result from casual sex. A large number of escorts catering to men and women emphasise the provision of non-tactile services such as "companionship" or a "boyfriend experience", suggesting that sex is only part of the service experience and intimacy is important.
Many online adverts mention romance and counselling, while personal coaching, massage therapy, travel, companionship are also referred to. Role play and fantasy are also frequently cited activities for male and female clients. Maxime Durocher, a male sex worker who has catered to a female clientele since and is based in Montreal, Canada says: That they can't continue living as they do. It's either seeing us, having an affair, or breaking up. So, we rarely break up relationships.
We are, most of the time, the glue that keeps them together. They might not want to be judged negatively, their skill found lacking. They might want to get it over with and move on, free to select whoever they wish as a partner without pressure. Despite the changes to the sex industry, legal reform has stagnated in most of the world.
Sex work is legal in about 50 per cent of international jurisdictions. Historic concerns around sex work, grounded in the moral view that the commercialization of sex is degrading and damaging, persist, as does the notion of sex work as inherent victimization for those who sell sex. There has also been a punitive shift in last two decades in many countries, particularly where human trafficking has been conflated with sex work. Criminalisation has been inked to labour abuses, corruption and exploitation.
There is debate about whether criminalisation can reduce the incidence of sex work. Critics argue labour abuses and other exploitations are concealed in any industry forced underground by criminalisation. It also provides opportunities for police and exploitation of sex workers by pimps or brothel managers.
Criminalisation is often supported by those who see sex work as a public health menace or associate it with criminality. But sex workers may be endangered by public attitudes in the form of homophobic or misogynistic behaviour. Critics of criminalisation claim that while penalties seek to protect women from exploitation, in practice they are mostly applied to sex workers and not sex work clients.
Legalisation, which involves regulation of sex work by the state through licensing, is also not without problems. Licensing is considered to exclude undesirable elements from industry involvement, but large proportions of the industry remain unlicensed and, thus, criminalised. In some countries this has resulted in increased police surveillance, forced health evaluations, higher taxes and financial penalties for sex workers.
In licensed Australian brothels, workers are not subject to normal work entitlements and they are also subject to compulsory health examinations and controls not typical of other industries. Decriminalization has only been adopted in two jurisdictions worldwide, these being New South wales and New Zealand. It is a policy advocated by Amnesty International as a pragmatic approach to human rights and public health.
Under this approach there are no special laws for sex workers, but they are subject to the same regulations as other people and businesses, including being subject to the protections of the criminal law. Research indicates that decriminalisation delivers better public health outcomes, improved working conditions, safety and well-being, while not increasing the volume of the sex industry.
There are, however, claims that decriminalisation increases the overall volume of sex work activity and leads to more trafficking and child prostitution.
There is no evidence that this has been the case in NSW, where sex work was decriminalised in It is better to frame concepts of trafficking and forced prostitution as forms of exploitation. Exploitation is experienced by varied occupational groups, but is not exclusive to sex work. As research in Australia has shown, the experiences of sex workers and clients are diverse and any generalisation or simplistic policy calling for abolition requires caution.
Creating an open and transparent sex work industry is very likely to reduce and perhaps eliminate stigma, making it a safer environment for sex workers and clients to operate within. The full results of his survey, conducted with adjunct professor Victor Minichiello, will be published as a book chapter in Male Sex Work and Society Volume II , to be released in First posted January 04, More stories from New South Wales.
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