A survivors’ group: Do not offer sex work to us as a solution

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A survivors’ group: Do not offer sex work to us as a solution

These women are fighting for the abolition of an industry that trades on their vulnerability

Senior science reporter

Mickey Meji is the leader of a prostitution survivor movement called Kwanele, which is supported by NGO Embrace Dignity.

Unlike other forms of advocacy that seek to make the trade legal and regulated and remove the negative stigma of the word prostitution itself, Meji is all about an exit plan for those stuck in the system.

“South African survivors of the system of prostitution have been dehumanised, humiliated and stripped of our dignity as, invariably, black, poor African women,” she says...

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