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Questions for a sex worker

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Constance Mathe explains why she believes her work should not be criminalised

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Constance Mathe has been a sex worker for over 15 years. She is the National Coordinator of the Asijiki Coalition, an organisation advocating for the decriminalisation of sex work in South Africa. In South Africa, sex work is illegal for both the client and worker.

In this video Mathe talks about her experiences as a sex worker and why sex work should be decriminalised, both for the worker and the client.

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TOPICS:  Human Rights Sex work

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