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Yesterday was International Whores Day, and sex workers marched in the city, [Adelaide] calling for prostitution to be legalised.

Sex Industry Network manager Ari Reid said yesterday that outdated laws allowed them to be targeted unfairly.

"Due to criminalisation, South Australian sex workers have safe-sex equipment such as condoms seized by police and used against them as evidence of prostitution regularly," she said.

Prostitution laws in South Australia are confusing. It is legal to sell sex, but illegal to "solicit" and illegal to make money in a brothel.

And people wonder why I am going nuts. :icon_geek:

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