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Violence or threats of violence have been shown to reduce the control sex workers have over transactions with their clients, including their ability to negotiate sexual risks and the use of condoms.

Violence and fear of violence have also been linked to reduced access to health and social services and police protections, particularly for more criminalized and visible sex workers including Indigenous, immigrant, migrant and other racialized sex workers.

This article looks at some of the approaches in Canada and globally that help improve sex workers‘ access to HIV prevention and care services in a criminalized environment.

As a nation, we must ensure pimps remain severely sanctioned and prostituted women and girls are not criminalized and instead given meaningful escape routes out of sex work.



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