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By MAMAMIA TEAM Sex worker Rachel Wotton counts a number of men with disability among her clients.
A loud advocate for strengthening ties between sex workers and people with disability, Wotton has already co-founded Sydney-based organisation Touching Base.
While this study looked at the views of both family members and support workers, the sample was too small to identify any meaningful differences between the two groups.Her organisation claims that access to the sex industry is a human rights issue for people with disabilities.They aim to assist “people with disability and sex workers to connect with each other, focusing on access, discrimination, human rights and legal issues and the attitudinal barriers that these two marginalised communities can face” Wotton has also said she aims to eventually create the world’s first not-for-profit brothel.Service Provider Awareness Training – for disability service providers and carers 1 day workshop – Supporting people with disability to access the Sex Industry See the flyer for more info and registration details about our next workshop at Family Planning NSW, Newcastle on Thursday or follow this link to register now – Supported by Family Planning NSW and IDEAS (Information on Disability Education & Awareness Services) Special Edition Newsletter No 2 2014 Patrons fundraising luncheon In this special edition newsletter catch up with what happened when 66 members and friends of Touching Base gathered to celebrate the inauguration of our Patrons (PDF 698 KB) Visit our new Patrons page for all the details.We had a wonderful afternoon and we will be putting out a Special Edition Newsletter soon with photos…
In both a national and a global climate, legalisation is on the nose and states such as Victoria and New South Wales are now considered failed experiments which have led to a massive expansion of both the legal and illegal sex industry.