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pt 2
Updated: 4/27/2020
pt 2
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  • Not again...I'm not an object
  • *sighs*
  • You know if you *inappropriate actions* with me then I can let you go with a warning.
  • Often times in South Africa SAPS use their powers over sex workers forcing them to cooperate with their "deals" about their freedomEven though they are the people uncharge of everyones safety and wellbeing. The Justice System in South Africa is Flawed because the African Constitution guarantees dignity, equal protection under the law and nondiscrimination on any grounds what so ever, including sex work. Unfortunately, not only the media but the justice system has corrupted the opinions and views of the people on the rights of sex workers.
  • He is not wrong, seems like you got what you deserved.
  • If you weren't *sex work commentary* then this would have never happened to you. You did it to yourself.
  • I am a person who deserved their rights.
  • It is truly unfortunate how the media and society have turned on people who are being hurt. Their job or profession should not affect the facts.They are being sexually violated and face sexual violence constantly. They should get justice and treated the same as every other person who encounters the same abuse.
  • “You get abused by your client, you go to the police, even that police officer rapes and abuse you emotionally and physically, like one policeman said to me I must show him if my ingquza (pussy) was injured so that he can help me quick, when I showed him he started raping – ‘esgudeni” – and I was forced to go to where we sleep and I have not told anyone as to what happened to me because I will be laughed at by my counterparts” -Sex worker, KZN“Police officer pretended to arrest me and then raped me. After being raped I went to lodge a complaint at the Police Station, the police just made as if they were taking a statement by pretending to write in a book, but nothing came of it”-Sex worker, WC
  • Works CitedAnesu, Svinurai, et al. “‘You Cannot Be Raped When You Are a Sex Worker’: Sexual Violence among Substance Abusing Sex Workers in Musina, Limpopo Province.” E-BANGI Journal, vol. 16, no. 4, July 2019, pp. 1–15. EBSCOhost, search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&AN=137064097&site=ehost-live.Farley, Melissa. Risks of Prostitution: When the Person Is the Product. 2018, www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/pdfplus/10.1086/695670.
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