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Sex workers are unhappy about rules in Queensland that actually ban certain words from being used in ads. Source:News Corp Australia. SEX workers are complaining that their work is being hamstrung by ludicrous laws in Queensland that police what they can and cannot say to potential clients.
Government published advertising regulations for sex workers in the Sunshine State are some of the most draconian in Australia and go into an almost perverse level of detail. Queensland has some of the most draconian, and detailed, regulations for sex workers. A sex worker stating they offer oral sex is prohibited, but oddly, saying they specifically do not offer oral sex is just fine. Meanwhile, a sex worker from NSW, where the rules are far more chilled , has told news. The regulations were last updated in but their prescriptiveness is once again in the spotlight after a ruling in the US that led to a slew of websites shutting down that Australian sex workers had used for advertising.
This may force many into using dating apps to find clients where the back and forth interaction could see Queensland sex workers unintentionally break the law.
Jules Kim, the chief executive of peak sex workers organisations, the Scarlet Alliance. Sex work is legal across Australia with the exception of South Australia but the regulations vary immensely between states.
In NSW, prostitution is completely decriminalised meaning sex workers can work in brothels, from hotels or homes, on their own or in groups and there are only limited restrictions on advertising. While sex work is legal across most of Australia, regulations vary wildly. All other descriptions are prohibited. Example: length of penis. Helpfully, the Government lists words that can be used.