Adult sex industry

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The Wolverton centre offers a full sexual health and contraceptive service to anyone who is working, has worked or is associated with any part of the sex industry. We can also put you in touch with different organisations who can offer further help and support in other aspects of your life. Our service here is completely free and confidential and all our staff will be discreet and respectful in all aspects of your care. All sexual health services in the UK are free and confidential even for foreign visitors. No other NHS departments, government agencies, the police or immigration can access any our records.

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Sex industry - Wikipedia

The sex industry also called the sex trade consists of businesses that either directly or indirectly provide sex-related products and services or adult entertainment. The industry includes activities involving direct provision of sex-related services, such as prostitution , strip clubs , host and hostess clubs and sex-related pastimes, such as pornography , sex-oriented men's magazines , sex movies , sex toys and fetish and BDSM paraphernalia. Sex channels for television and pre-paid sex movies for video on demand , are part of the sex industry, as are adult movie theaters , sex shops , peep shows , and strip clubs. The origins of the term sex industry are uncertain, but it appears to have arisen in the s.

Fears online safety law could censor all adult content and force sex workers off internet

Credit card giants Visa, Mastercard and Discover have blocked all payments to Pornhub, after the adult site was accused of being "infested" with child abuse and rape-related videos. However, sex workers are saying that the sudden decision has put their livelihoods at risk, and will not solve the problem of illegal content. Adult performer Mary Moody has started a campaign to raise awareness on the consequence for performers like her. He called on banks and credit card companies to suspend co-operation with the site as a consequence.
It increases the maximum penalty for using a carriage service to menace, harass or cause offence from three to five years in jail, and allows for the removal of image-based abuse and other harmful online content. The legislation also enshrines powers for the eSafety commissioner to order the rapid blocking of sites hosting abhorrent violent and terrorist content to prevent them from being accessed in Australia. But the proposals go beyond stopping online bullying and blocking extremist content. It has sparked fears of a Fosta Sesta-type act that would censor adult content online and force sex workers off social media under the guise of online safety.