Prostitution_in_Australiasex workerhealth and safety

Prostitution legal and regulated  (Green)
Prostitution (the exchange of sex for money) legal, but brothels are illegal, prostitution   is not regulated (Blue)
Taken from the website:   .
Background:   Taken from the website:

Convict period 1788-1840

Prostitution probably first appeared in Australia at the time of the First Fleet in 1788. Some of the women transported to Australia had previously worked in prostitution, while others were forced into it by economic circumstances, and a severe imbalance of the sexes. While the 1822 Bigge report refers to brothels, these were mainly women working from their own homes.

State by State Laws in Australia – Coming of age..

Sex industry laws in Australia are determined by State and Territory Governments. ACT, WA, Tasmania, South Australia and New South Wales  are all currently reviewing their sex work laws. Queensland, Victoria and Northern Territory have recently been through legislative changes. Federal laws criminalise ‘trafficking’ (with or without consent) and ‘sex slavery’ (regardless of sex workers’ consent to such work conditions).

from this website……for more information….

Australia Institute of

Comment: In summary, disease and control is important. So it is governed in Australia. The writer does not support or comment on this issue. Information supplied is available on the internet.

About LifestyleDownUnderAustralia2017

An American living in Australia. Sharing the past, present and future stuff of interest. Some people have dreamed of visiting here and I just want to give them the insight what it is really like living down under. A wonderful place to be.

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