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A charity has revealed the heartbreaking choice some parents are facing to survive during the pandemic. That's the heartbreaking revelation from a charity, which has revealed the impact Covid had had on the vice industry. A ChronicleLive investigation shows that, in the North East, hundreds of men and women are still risking their lives to sell sex, even as cases soar once again.
In the North East, we can reveal that police have made a string of arrests since March linked to the vice trade. They include three men — aged 24, 24, 25 — who were arrested on suspicion of causing or inciting prostitution for gain.
They remain under investigation. Northumbria Police say that while it won't turn a blind eye to anybody flouting Covid rules, it aims to support those who find themselves caught up in the sex trade, many who are "incredibly vulnerable". And Dr Raven Bowen, CEO of sex worker's charity Ugly Mugs, revealed that since the start of the pandemic, more and more people - having suddenly found themselves in financial turmoil - have gone online to sell sex just to make end's meat. Sinceat least sex workers in the UK have been murdered. However, those are the cases on the public record, with fears the real is far higher.
Ugly Mugs receives around 1, reports a year from sex workers who have been the victim of abuse or crime at work. And despite the fact the majority of sex work in Britain is now legal, Dr Bowen said the long-standing stigmatisation of the trade has helped plunge thousands of people into a financial black hole during the pandemic.
While some are registered as self-employed and could access funding, others have had to either try and apply for Universal Credit or face the bleak prospect of having to keep working and risking their lives.
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However, with a recent report finding that there are up toUK sex workers currently in operations, Dr Raven said that market has also become over saturated. One North East sex worker spoke to ChronicleLive on the condition of anonymity, due to the nature of her job. Plus, to be honest, sex work isn't already without risk - I already get tested regularly for STDs and there is always a slight risk of catching some with anybody that you see.
I thought at first this would spook anybody off from starting up, but clearly people are desperate and these are desperate times. Despite Viva Street blurring out the types of services on offer - and their cost - escorts can still be contacted by phone with just one-click. We imposed a nationwide ban on adverts that encouraged in-person meetings during the national lockdown earlier this year, and we continue to apply localised bans in areas Viva street escorts newcastle which close contact working is prohibited. We also continue to encourage users to take advantage of our digital services — such as webcamming and phone line services — which allow them to work remotely.
Yet as long households are banned from mingling indoors in the North East, selling sex is effectively outlawed in the North East. However the force has ly admitted many vulnerable people had turned to 'survival sex' during lockdown, including the homeless.
And a Freedom of Information request to the force revealed that - between March and August - there were at least five arrests made in relation to vice across the region. According to the force those arrests occurred across the patch, in Elswick, South Tyneside and Prudhoe. Besides the three already mentioned, a year-old man was arrested on suspicion of inciting sexual exploitation of. And a year-old man was arrested on suspicion of attempted inciting sexual exploitation of. The national charity offers protection for sex workers who are often targeted by dangerous individuals, but has seen an upsurge in requests for food and emergency resources - in addition to victim support - during the pandemic.
However as bars face the possibility of closure, and another industry faces being decimated by the economic ramifications of the virus, there is talk of a possible Government support package for those who make our drinks and clear our tables. For the ,plus people who engage in sex work in Britain, that package isn't there.
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