People often rely on friends and family at times for support and advice, but if you work in the sex industry you may feel unable to talk honestly with them. It is always good to know you’ve got someone to talk to, so get in touch if you could use a friendly, confidential chat.

Immigration & trafficking

If you are new to the country and require assistance with your immigration status please have a look at the following link where you can find out about organisations that can help: Advice guide from the Citizens Advice Bureau

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Leaving sex work

Just like any other job, some people are more suited to sex work than others. This is intimate work and it is not for everyone. If you are unhappy in sex work, or if it is just not working out, you might think about leaving the industry.

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Support

People often rely on friends and family at times for support, but if you work in the sex industry you may feel unable to talk honestly with them. It is always good to know you’ve got someone to talk to, so get in touch if you could use a friendly, confidential chat.

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Police & the law

As a sex worker, dealing with the police and the law may well be part of the job. Whether you have been arrested, questioned, want to report a crime or just want to know your rights, find out how we can help.

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Female sex workers

The following section is advice especially for women working in the sex industry and includes information on contraception and pregnancy.

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Male sex workers

The following section is advice especially for men working in the sex industry and includes information on drugs, sexual health and staying safe.

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