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A 2003 report, from The Urban Justice Center and The Sex Workers Project of New York City found that almost 30 percent of sex workers interviewed had experienced some form of violence from police officers, which isn’t so surprising as up until just last year it was perfectly legal for cops officers in Hawaii to have sex with prostitutes before arresting them, and just a few months ago, a Russian police officer was convicted of raping and murdering 22 sex workers in his squad car in a psychotic attempt to “cleanse” his town.Yet many anti-trafficking organizations, and the legislation they advocate for look to law enforcement as their main tool for combatting trafficking.We are here to help you explore your deepest desires and take your sexuality to new limits.this year, 25-year-old Providence escort and mother of three, Ashley Masi, posted an ad on Backpage, a Craigslist-esque message board website where one can find everything from old furniture to 15-minute blowjobs for sale.They were not victims of human trafficking—they were victims of murder. The real culprit is the systematic hatred and dehumanization of sex workers, reinforced by their continued criminalization.In a world where the kind of work I do is outlawed, I know that if I were robbed, raped, or even killed on the job, the likelihood that I would ever be able to access any kind of justice through our current legal system is painfully slim.
Advertising online is an important tool for many sex workers as it places the barriers of space and time between the worker and the potential client, allowing the sex worker to negotiate from the safety of a phone or computer, rather than on the street.
Two World Health Organization studies from 20 found that most instances of violence experienced by sex workers in New York and Vancouver were not reported to the authorities at all; and if they were, the police rarely, if ever, followed up or investigated further. If I ever feel unsafe at work, I do not go to the police for fear of arrest, ridicule, or worse.
All of this begs the questions: How many sex workers did Sanisha Johnson’s murderer’s rob at gunpoint before they killed her?
Daniel Tejada answered that ad, set up an appointment with her, then came to her house and strangled her to death.
Then in July, another sex worker who advertised on Backpage, Sanisha Johnson, 34, was shot and killed in a Massachusetts hotel by two men who were allegedly soliciting the services of prostitutes, then robbing them at gunpoint.