A new study reveals our collective reluctance to accept that women might be paying for sex.
The criminalisation of sex work has negative impacts on the health, safety and wellbeing of sex workers, write Linda Selvey, Basil Donovan, Jonathan Hallett, Kahlia McAusland and Roanna Lobo.
History shows us sex work is an enduring social expression of sexuality, write Denton Callander and John Scott.
OPINION: Fiji's crackdown on sex workers only serves to jeopardise essential HIV prevention programs, write Karen McMillan and Associate Professor Heather Worth.
Fiji sex workers are being subjected to human rights abuses, including torture, at the hands of the military, a new report has found.