Working in taverns is safer than on the streets because of the presence of other sex workers, interviewees said. Sometimes men inflicted serious violence on female sex workers while robbing them experiences of theft are described in more detail below. One interviewee ran away from home because no one would defend her against an uncle who was raping her; another had an aunt who sold her for sex to farm workers; a third was so hungry as a child, she sold sex for food. Unchallenged and exacerbated by criminalisation, stigma from health workers can keep sex workers from seeking health care including, for example, after rape or if a condom breaks during sex. Sex workers often expressed a grim humour when responding to questions about the reasons for their arrests. It is clear from this report that the criminalisation of sex work undermines the health and dignity of sex workers and exposes them to violence and abuse.
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