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Decriminalisation is seen worldwide as the best practice model of sex industry regulation, especially for sex worker health and safety. The Touching Base information kit on the 2015 NSW inquiry into the regulation of brothels includes: October 2014 or follow this link to register now – Supported by Family Planning NSW and IDEAS (Information on Disability Education & Awareness Services) Family Planning NSW Family Forum – On Saturday, 6th September Touching Base took part in an afternoon Sexuality and Relationships Forum for parents and carers of people with intellectual disability – hosted by Family Planning NSW. Touching Base at SEXPO – come and join our Vice President Denise Beckwith and President Saul Isbister for our first presentation at SEXPO in Sydney on the 1st August.
Touching Base have prepared this information kit for sex workers who work with people with disability, people with disability who access the sex industry and supporters. See TBASE_SEXPO_Aug2014_flyer for more details, like our Event Face Book page and we hope to see you there.
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.
General practitioners recognise that people with intellectual disability have specific needs and face particular problems, but may experience difficulty addressing these needs.
On the one hand are those arguing against people being forced into sex work and needing to perform sexual services for money.
On the other are politicians and sex industry advocates calling for legislation to entrench the right for those with disabilities to be able to access sex workers.
Semistructured interviews and focus groups were held with 28 family members and paid support workers caring for adults with intellectual disabilities.
Interviews and focus groups were audio recorded, transcribed, coded and analysed qualitatively.