Ally Diamond

Submission Of Ally Marie Diamonds (Diamonds) And Wahine Toa Rising (Wtr) To South Australian Upper House Select Committee Into Decriminalisation Of Prostitution (Committee)

While some women may choose the sex trade and don’t experience coercion, these women are the minority. We need to meet the needs of the most marginalized in the sex trade, who are coerced into selling sex due to life circumstances such as poverty. Most importantly we need to STOP, LISTEN, and show vulnerable women our respect by HEARING them, and SEEING them.

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Government must act to protect women & young people in the sex trade during covid-19 pandemic

31 March 2020 WELLINGTON 7.30AM The Government needs to take immediate action to provide emergency income for women and young people in prostitution during the COVID19 pandemic, says Ally-Marie Diamond, a spokeswoman for Wahine Toa Rising Aotearoa, a survivor-led organisation that advocates for support and exit services for women and young people in the sex

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Submission of Wahine Toa Rising to the Victorian Government’s Review to make recommendations for the decriminalisation of sex work

Leaving the sex trade is as difficult as leaving a violent relationship. The majority of women in or exited from the sex trade experience PTSD regardless of whether they have been in the trade for a short time, or years.

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