Subject: interesting developments
From: \"John Davies\ (JDavies@tesco.net)
Date: Fri Oct 01 1999 - 13:58:02 EDT
>From: John Davies <JDavies@tesco.net>
>To: Stop-traffic list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Date: 28 September 1999 11:45
>Subject: International sex work survey
>>Every year since 1996, the Salamon Alapitvany has followed adverts in the
>>main contact paper for sex workers in Hungary to see the level of interest
>>among young women in sex work abroad. Most replies were from women already
>>working in a sex work occupation.
>>In 1996, a three week advert asking women to contact an agency that
>>pornographic movies abroad attracted 32 replies from young women aged 18-29
>>willing to work abroad in pornographic movies production.
>>In 1997, a four week advert asking for strip-tease dancers to work abroad
>>attracted 54 replies from young women aged between 19-27. Five of these
>>women were Ukrainians working in Hungary.
>>In 1998, a three week advert asking for strip-tease dancers to work abroad
>>attracted 23 replies from young women aged 20-32.
>>In 1999, a five week advert asking for strip-tease dancers for work abroad
>>attracted 1 reply.
>>This year many adverts in the sex work section of the Express contact paper
>>are headed, “Don’t go abroad, work in Hungary in excellent conditions,”
>>It seems that well-paid sex work in Hungary is severely impacting on the
>>number of sex workers willing to travel abroad.
>>The new Hungarian sex work law is now in force and we will be distributing
>>the final law that differs from the earlier proposed law. If you would like
>>a copy in English, please send a message to SalamonAlapitvany@tesco.net
>>law in the subject line.
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