LGBTQIA+ sex work in the time of Covid 19
This report extrapolates how gender, sexuality and the law intersect for queer and trans sex workers, within the conditions of the Covid-19 global health crisis. It reports on the outcomes of legal policy as they were adopted during the pandemic and examines which is the most damaging: the lack of legal rights, the criminalisation, or the dyadic relation of the two.
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