In 1986, the Victorian Labour government [Victoria, Australia] img src="https://pixabay.com/static/uploads/photo/2014/08/28/09/23/erotic-429760__180.jpg" align="right" width="281" style="padding:10px;"/] legalized brothels, claiming crime would be eliminated, prostitutes lives would be made safer, and there would be fewer health risks, a further study was carried out in 1998 to show the difference in the transmission of STDs among sex workers as follows: “The prevalence of sexually transmitted bacterial infections was 80 times greater in 63 illegal street working girls than in 753 of their legal brothel counterparts....” Occupational health and safety law is only applied to working girls in lawful brothels but not to their illegal counterparts on the street, lots of prostitutes work outside the law in Australia and this has implications for their health that are hard to quantify. (Nov. 18, 2000 - Bebe Loff, PhD , Elizabeth Gaze, LLM, Christopher Fairley, PhD).
Another study revealed that a legalised system of prostitution that mandates health checks and certification only for women and not for customers is blatantly discriminatory to women. Women only health checks do not protect them from HIV/AIDS or STDs from their clients since male customers can and do transmit diseases to the women. It is argued that legalized controlled prostitution establishments protect women through enforceable condom policies but its down to the individuals concerned to understand that its really about their own health.... In one of CATW's studies, women in prostitution interviewed reported the following: 47% stated that men expected sex without a condom; 73% reported that men offered to pay more for sex without a condom; 45% of women said they were abused if they insisted that men use condoms, some women said that certain establishments may have rules that men wear condoms but, in reality, men still try to have sex without them. One woman stated that it's regulation to wear a condom at the sauna, but negotiable between parties on the side." (2003 - Janice Raymond, PhD)
Health in sex-work is not only about the health of the prostitutes, anybody that has sex with multiple partners must understand that their health is at risk and must use protection and have regular checks at a GUM clinic.We would like in order to help you with anything you have to find out about click this..