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Apologizing for not having more time, a colleague of hers is making last minute adjustments to her hair, using a pair of straighteners in the corner of the small office. This emphasis is one of the core values at the heart of the decriminalization of sex work movement; an approach that is based on protection rather than prosecution. In Argentina, state policy has left sex workers vulnerable, by implementing laws that groups victims of human trafficking together with sex workers who work independently.
In Argentina sex work is legal, however organizing prostitution and soliciting sex offering sex in a public place is not. This part-legalization model is adopted by other countries including Brazil and Chile, and is meant to reduce the risk of sex workers being arrested for selling their services.
Keeping all of this information in mind, why not fully legalize sex work? When sex work is legalized, as is the case in Germany and Colombia , there are regulations put in place regarding where, when and how it can take place. Whilst the intention behind this model is that it takes a more tolerant and practical approach, sex workers argue that many of them are unable to comply with the bureaucratic and often draconian regulations such as carrying a health certificate or undertaking regular physical examinations.
This jeopardizes many women who then end up working in more dangerous, clandestine places. Firstly, there needs to be labour reinsertion to help those who want to get out of forced sexual labor. Secondly, with presence from the state, protection laws should be implemented to safely help those who do want to work in the sex industry.
It is one of violence, tension and abuse of authority on behalf of the police. Sandra Cabrera who was killed in Rosario in Her case remains unresolved. In Argentina, sex workers are routinely subjected to lengthy and often violent inspections and raids by the police, as well as bribes and blackmail. They shut the place down anyway. Now, when a woman is arrested, the CTA and Ammar are immediately alerted and they can put in a call to the woman in order to provide support. Georgina Orellano, General Secretary of Ammar.