In Yogya, sex workers say crackdown won’t save us
The Jakarta Post
Prostitutes and activists in Yogyakarta are calling on the government not to prosecute men who pay for sex to protect the rights of women.
The chairwoman of Yogyakarta Women’s Sex Workers Association (P3SY), Sarmi, said on Tuesday at a conference in Yogyakarta that the criminalization of the clients of prostitutes would decrease the bargaining power and income of sex workers.
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