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Sex work is currently illegal in South Africa. There has been a call for many years for the profession to be decriminalised and recognised as real work. In MarchPresident Cyril Ramaphosa committed to the decriminalisation of sex work when he ed the Gender-Based Violence and Femicide Declaration which also looks at the safeguarding of sex worker human rights. He then presented the leader of the Sex Work Sector, Kholi Buthelezi, with a sunflower as a symbol of his solidarity. Sex work has been in the limelight since, but how much do we really know about those who choose to sell sex and why they do it?
Zoe Black not her real name is originally from Zimbabwe. She started selling sex as a means to provide for her four children after she left an unhappy marriage. She began selling sex one night after asking a friend for help, but they were unable to help her with anything, so she went to a bar at a five-star hotel and found herself a client.
I started talking to him and then one thing lead to another. And that was my turning point. I had been having sex for 10 years and I never got his much money, then after a few minutes, I made enough money for three months. Zoe was always very careful about who she slept with and who she told about her new source of income because as an artist she was well-known on that scene.
I came to Observatory to look for help because there was a place that helped refugees. They just write sex on the walls.
Zoe walked into reception where she was told that there was another woman from Zimbabwe that worked on the helpline and could talk to her. This woman gave her options and told her that there were places she could stay while she was looking for work and to get away from the toxic relationship she was currently in. My legal status in South Africa was very difficult. Being in a foreign country while looking for work is difficult for anyone. That does not change for sex workers.
They have no support; their family is far away and things can get tough. Just sending things and money home in a very unstable economy.
Where you grew up. What you call home and loved and you can see it crumble in your face. She says she loves to read and research and being part of Sisonke a national sex worker movement has empowered her in new ways. Zoe has sold sex in the past, but is not currently doing so.
She, however, will not call herself a former sex worker. Sleeping with a client is just a transaction. From something new to something borrowed, all the wedding trends and fashion inspo you need for your upcoming nuptials, plus, a peek into real life weddings.
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