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In the hallowed halls of academia, a disquieting revelation emerges, casting a shadow over the lives of the ambitious scholars. Recent research conducted in the United Kingdom has unveiled a surprising and somewhat distressing phenomenon: a growing number of university students are turning to the world's oldest profession to cope with the financial exigencies of their higher education. The cost of living crisis, coupled with a marked diminishment of real-terms maintenance loans, has plunged the typical student into a fiscal abyss, leaving them grappling with a monthly deficit of approximately £600.

As the financial woes of students escalate, a disconcerting survey commissioned by the venerable Save the Student organization has laid bare the startling truth. A disquieting 3% of students in the UK have resorted to engaging in sex work as a means to support their academic pursuits, with an additional 6% revealing a willingness to tread this unconventional path should dire circumstances demand it.

Regional disparities in this socio-financial predicament emerge from the data. The West Midlands emerges as the epicenter, bearing the ignominious distinction of harboring the highest proportion of student sex workers, at a disheartening 5%. In neighboring East Midlands, while the actual incidence is a relatively modest 2%, a staggering 9% admitted that they would contemplate venturing into this domain when confronting financial scarcity.

Across the sprawling expanse of the North, the allure of sex work to alleviate their financial burdens seems more potent. A striking 8% of students in the North West and Scotland confessed to contemplating this unconventional career choice, joined by 7% in the North East and 6% in Yorkshire.

Among these brave souls venturing into the shadows of the industry is David, whose name we veil to protect his identity. David deftly balances his academic pursuits with the profitable sale of explicit images and videos to online subscribers. This income stream helps defray his monthly student rent, an astronomical burden hovering around £2,000. His sentiments oscillate between repulsion and necessity: "Every time I pull out my phone to create content I almost feel sick of the idea of what I’m doing because it’s kind of disgusting. But on the other hand, the money that it brings in, it’s great. It’s the reason I live where I live, why I eat what I eat. I worked out in my first year I made more than £25,000 pounds. That was more than my teacher at the time."

The imminent prospect of escalating expenses in the upcoming winter season has not gone unnoticed by the charitable organization Student Minds. Their earnest plea resonates across the academic landscape, emphasizing the pressing need for additional support to bolster the financial well-being of beleaguered students. Jenny Smith, Policy Manager at Student Minds, encapsulates their stance succinctly, advocating for compassion and non-stigmatization: "We know there are different reasons why students enter into sex work. What’s important to us is they’re not stigmatized for doing this, or dissuaded from looking for help and support where they may need it. For us, this is a symptom of the cost of living crisis, and we’re worried there are some students participating in this who don’t feel like they have a choice."

In this grim financial mire, Save the Student, an organization dedicated to the financial welfare of students, raises a resounding alarm. They urge the education secretary to augment the Maintenance Loan to keep pace with the relentless march of inflation. Jake Butler, the Chief Operating Officer of Save the Student, candidly articulates the dire straits that confront students: "More students are turning to sex work because of the lack of money there is for living costs. The maintenance loan, which is the money the government gives them to cover their living costs, hasn’t kept up in line with inflation. It was already at a point where it wasn’t high enough. So students are looking for things like credit cards, gambling and sex work. Students are seeing it as a way to make money fast, as a way to get by at the end of each month."

The Department of Education offers reassurances, acknowledging the financial woes of students and professing unwavering support for institutions. They cite an allocation of £276 million in Student Premium and Mental Health funding for the current academic year, along with increases to student loans and grants. Nonetheless, as the tempest of financial hardship continues to loom over the lives of these striving scholars, urgent government intervention appears imperative to mitigate the trend of students resorting to unconventional means for financial survival.

Date of Event: Thursday, May 4th 2023

Time of Event: 9:30 AM — 1:15 PM

Place of Event: Webinar

There were believed to be 105,000 individuals in the UK who are involved in prostitution, up from 72,000 in 2016. The vast majority of these are women. The cost-of-living crisis is pushing yet more women into sex work and forcing them to take work from violent and exploitative clients. A 2015 National Ugly Mugs Our survey with Leeds University found 49% of sex workers were “worried” or “very worried” about their safety and 47% have been targeted by offenders. Meanwhile, 49% were either “unconfident” or “very unconfident” that police would take their reports seriously. It is estimated that 152 sex workers were murdered in the UK between 1990 and 2015. The charity Beyond the Streets highlights that 76% of those involved in prostitution experience some form of post-traumatic stress disorder as a result of this work.

Currently, sex work is legal in England, Wales and Scotland, but many of the surrounding aspects remain illegal, such as solicitation or running a brothel. The UK government have stated though that whilst they do not intend to change the law around sex work, they are committed to tackling the harm and exploitation associated with sex work. The Scottish government has also been criticised for focussing their support in this area towards charities that are not backed by sex workers, and that are focussed on getting people out of the industry rather than supporting those in it.

The Home Affairs Committee’s 2016 report, Prostitution, recommended a shift to complete decriminalisation. Dan Vajzovic, the National Police Chief Council’s lead for prostitution, who is working alongside government officials to reassess brothel keeping legislation, has called on the government to review prostitution laws to ensure sex workers can work together on the same premises to remain safe. This would “better enable the police to focus our resources on protecting sex workers and tackling those who are controlling or exploiting,” Vajzovic argues. According to National Ugly Mugs, sex workers are ten times safer working indoors than on the streets.

Christine Jardine MP, Liberal Democrat spokesperson for women and equalities, who supports the decriminalisation of brothel keeping, has called for a proper government strategy to accompany it. Also supporting decriminalisation of brothels, Labour MP, Nadia Whittome, has highlighted that “Other laws aimed at sex work – such as soliciting – should also be repealed, to improve sex workers’ rights, safety and ability to leave the sex industry if they choose. Alongside decriminalisation, the government must urgently tackle the growing levels of poverty that are pushing more women into sex work to make ends meet.”

This timely symposium will provide sex workers, safeguarding boards, police forces, local authorities, and social care providers with an opportunity to identify and debate priorities for reform and develop strategies for protecting and expanding the rights of sex workers.

A guide has been published with information on the law relating to sex workers, and where to get help. The guide has information on working safley.


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Derelict farm/ Chic Hippie Location

Swings – Use one our swings from tyre swings over stream, rope ladder swings and tree rope swings.

Barns and outbuildings – Two main barns and sheds to shoot in. The one barn has a beautiful Welsh stone outside staircase leading you to the barn loft. The barn loft features wooden floor and oak beans, beautiful Welsh stone walls and Welsh slate roof.

Derelict farmhouse – old derelict farmhouse although it’s perfectly safe to enter.

Derelict old kitchen, old dark bedroom, old stone and wood Mantle place, old stone walls with oak beams, and beamed walls in living room, old wood burner, cottage garden with old stone wall background.

Streams, natural springs, picnics

Are you brave enough for a nude stream glamour shoot? Or be adventurous on our robe tyre swing over the stream. We also have natural springs and ponds to shoot next too as well.  

Ever fancied a nude picnic shoot out in the countryside? Well, now is your chance! Put down your picnic blanket, set out the picnic table and strip off and start sexily posing in your birthday suit.

Old stonework backgrounds – The 18th century barns and outbuildings are built from Welsh stone and Welsh slate. Perfect for an Urban explorer feel photo shoot.

Haybale barns – Roll around in the haybales and have a farm country girl shoot!

Yurts, Tepee & Touring Caravan – shoot a hippie chick look in a luxury yurt, tepee, or touring caravan. Perfect for a relaxed hippie chic look or gypsy caravan shoot.

Gates and fences – pose sexily naked, topless, or simply in your wellies over gates and fence posts.

Wild gardens, Trees, woodlands and plants and flowers

Explore wild gardens with beautiful green fern background and pretty foxgloves. Shoot in beautiful green pine tree forests, oak woodlands, ash trees and crab apple trees and during the springtime shoot amongst the blossom’s trees and bluebells!

Mud shoot -ever fancied a mud fight or a mud wrestling match? Then our location is perfect for you! Plenty of rain and mud pools in Wales. Remember to bring your wellies or boots, raincoat, and water.

Sandwiches, snacks, and flask of tea / coffee will be provided.

There is an amendment which has been made to the online safety bill in the UK parliament. If this amendment goes through, it will effectively stop online advertising for escorts.  Hosting companies will be responsible for removing prostitution related advertising.  That includes twitter and escort directories.

Now, with a new law going through parliament with the intention of making online spaces safer, sex workers are worried that their jobs could get a lot more dangerous, forcing them into making riskier choices like Audrey found herself doing during lockdown.

A recent amendment to the Online Safety Bill (which will be scrutinised next week by the Public Bill Committee) will target online adverts for sexual services in a bid to stop traffickers from using online platforms to exploit victims. The Online Safety Bill is a huge piece of legislation with multiple focuses but is primarily aimed at protecting children and other vulnerable groups from harmful online content. However, the recent amendment lays out "inciting or controlling prostitution for gain" as a priority offence that tech companies must crack down on. 

With an amenedment to the unloved Police Bill in parliament, it could happen that the Nordic model is introduced to England. The Nordic model bans the purchase of sex, while 'decriminilising the escort' The Nordic model will also ban advertising sites. There is a fierce battle building up to fight this amendment, and hopfully amend the police bill to fully decriminilise the sexwork. Many celebrities are supporting the decriminilisation.

A newly-published open letter that calls for MPs to oppose the further criminalisation of sex work in the UK has received 150 signatures, including those of celebrities, activists, and human rights organisations (such as FKA twigs, Amnesty International, and Sisters Uncut), and figures across politics, the media, and academia.

Spearheaded by the UK campaign group Decrim Now, the letter takes aim at legislation that criminalises the purchase of sex — often known as “the Nordic Model” — warning that measures touted as solutions to sex trafficking and exploitation “will only exacerbate violence against women, including those who are being exploited”.

It also encourages politicians to take an evidence-based approach to the sex industry, and to engage with and listen to sex workers. This comes amid repeated attempts to criminalise paying for sex in the UK (including the recent Sexual Exploitation Bill put forward by Labour’s Diana Johnson, which Decrim Now links to the controversial Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill) despite evidence suggesting that the move is likely to prove ineffective, and may have harmful consequences.

“Evidence shows that the Nordic Model does nothing for the very groups it claims to protect,” the letter continues, citing a sharp increase in violence against sex workers after similar legislation was introduced in the Republic of Ireland in 2017. In 2018, the non-profit initiative Ugly Mugs Ireland reported that violent crime against sex workers went up 77 per cent after the ruling came into effect.

The city's most prominent sex worker support charity is looking to raise at least £15,000 for a brand new outreach van.

Basis Yorkshire helps hundreds of sex workers across the county, but the charity has a particular focus on providing advice and practical support to the women who work in the Holbeck Managed Approach in south Leeds.