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However, what I perceive from sex workers and this relationship is an element of morality worth emulating and promoting; and thus ultimately treating sex workers and people with disabilities with the respect both groups deserve, as persons with interests, that warrant wider respect and, indeed, admiration.I’ve never understood the inherent problem with sex work.Talk of danger is important and, indeed, essential but that’s not what makes something wrong.Indeed, if danger the main opposition then you would want sex work “out in the open” (legal or decriminalised), under the scrutiny or, better yet, the protection of relevant authorities: sex workers deserve protection, security and the knowledge of acquiring these from relevant governmental places – from policing to medical – without unnecessary hassle.And they all have different needs and desires…it’s just about changing my service delivery slightly.” Testament after testament tell us how people with disabilities have never been treated better, have never felt more fulfilled, thanks to caring sex workers.This doesn’t mean it is impossible for them to obtain these situations without sex work, as ‘Brad’ above indicated, but it does, according to testaments and cases histories, make it incredibly easier if there are avenues for people with disabilities to safely and easily contact available sex workers.

So explains a member of the group TLC Trust to me: a group that defends and promotes the interaction between sex workers and people with disabilities – TLC, as you’ll see, and similar groups, has become my new favourite advocacy group.

This powerful statement, of judges dismissing almost out of hand any prostitution case involving persons with a physical disability, sets an important moral precedent that I think we all ought to follow.

For many, voluntary sex work - that is, done by people who do it without being physically forced or blackmailed into it - is wrong for reasons I find extremely wanting (unless they mean sex trafficking, in which case we're not talking about the same thing. But many, including judges, accept that there is a unique situation when it comes to the relationship between sex workers and people with disabilities**.

Today adult conversations within an "adult-chat" is so common the term ("Cyber Sex") itself is rarely used. Perhaps society has made men less patient and more overt about their intentions but women have the same desires as men.

Despite every chat site having a long list of guys exposing themselves and posting seemingly endless requests for pictures, there are girls who choose to engage with them.

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