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Contact Admin. E mboldened by new police protocols mandating more humane treatment of sex workers during arrests, activists on Thursday announced their next goal — decriminalizing sex work. Instead, the red-light industry thrives in a grey area, regulated more consistently by mainstream morality which shames sex work and corrupt officials who extort protection money.
Sex workers and activists scored a victory Thursday when the national police released new protocols banning sexual intercourse during sting operations, parading sex workers in front of the press, and allowing reporters inside raided venues.
Also banned are stamps on the passports of foreign sex workers specifying that they were arrested for prostitution. The reforms came after years of repeated complaints and demands by advocacy groups and the National Human Rights Commission.
But the fact that no major political party is committed to decriminalizing sex work is a sober reminder to sex workers and activists that the road to legalizing sex work will be a lonely struggle.
This is despite the fact that there are up , sex workers in Thailand — a large constituency. No major political party wants to be branded as immoral or as pushing for a policy that would shame the Kingdom.