يريد الديمقراطيون دراسة تأثير FOSTA-SESTA على المشتغلين بالجنس عبر الإنترنت


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If you’re concerned that FOSTA-SESTA seems built more to kick sex workers offline than to fight sex trafficking, you’re not alone. House representatives and senators have introduced the Safe sex Workers Study Act, a bill that would analyze the impact of FOSTA-SESTA on the health and safety of sex workers and help Congress make “informed” decisions. The politicians are concerned that banning sites from the “promotion of prostitution” only served to hurt the consensual sex industry by shutting down resources where workers could screen customers, set limits and discuss issues with their peers. This not only increased the chances for violence and health issues, but may have thwarted the very purpose of FOSTA-SESTA by pushing sex traffickers further underground.

 

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