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# Sex Industry

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# sin city
'We are suppressing obscene and dirty shows': Thai police say they're cleaning up Pattaya
Pattaya is home to tens of thousands of sex workers.
# Put On The Red Light
The sex trade is really cashing in on one of the world's biggest tech conferences
Escort agencies are targeting wealthy clients at the Mobile World Congress.
# Prostitution
Committee on prostitution legislation to hear from award-winning journalist
A wide variety of people and organisations working with those involved in prostitution have been asked to give their views on changes to prostitution legislation today – including RTÉ’s Paul Maguire.
# Advertising
Immigrant council "deeply disappointed" with BAI ruling over sex trade ads
BAI upheld part of complaint which said that ad concerning prostitution in Ireland was directed towards a ‘political end’.
Column: Sex workers face brutal abuse. Do we want this to be ‘normal’?
It’s time for legal action on the ‘oldest profession’ – which is far from a necessary evil, writes Denise Charlton.
Column: I worked as an escort to pay my family’s bills
Jobless and unable to pay for basics, ‘Scarlett O’Kelly’ set up as a call girl in middle Ireland. She told about her experiences.
Column: ‘I thought what I was doing was normal’
How do women end up in prostitution? One tells her personal story, and describes her experience in the sex industry.
# Prostitution
Prostitution on the rise in Ireland
The number of women here working in the sex industry has increased by 4 per cent, according to an organisation that supports the victims of prostitution.
# Brothel Owner
Brothel owner ordered to pay €2m
TJ Carroll ran a prostitution network from 35 locations in Ireland – forcing trafficked women to work in the sex industry.