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No Happy Endings in the Public Right to Know

OPINION BY BARBARELLA KARPINSKI On November 12, along with members of Touching Base and Scarlet Alliance, I climbed into the leather-clad stalls of the public gallery to hear the findings of the NSW Select Committee Inquiry into the Regulation of Brothels. The seating is as cramped as an economy class flight but with an antique touch […]

Sex worker community slams Brothel Inquiry findings

BY KIEREN ADAIR The findings of a parliamentary inquiry into the regulation of NSW brothels have drawn the ire of sex workers, and health professionals alike, after recommending the state abandon decriminalisation in favour of a licensing scheme for sex work. The report, released this on Tuedays November 10, also pushes for an expansion of […]