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More than a fifth of students have thought about being involved in the sex industry, according to a major research project. About 6, students from across the UK took part in an online study by Swansea University. Work ranged from stripping, phone sex chat, erotic dancing to prostitution. It included escort work but also work, which did not involve direct contact, such as webcam work and glamour modelling.
Dr Tracey Sagar, who co-led the study, said stereotyping was a problem and the discovery that more men were involved in the sex industry than was commonly thought was a "ificant finding". Dr Sagar said: "We now have firm evidence that students are engaged in the sex industry across the UK. And, we have to keep in mind that not all students engaged in the industry are safe or feel safe. She said it was vital universities better understood student sex work issues.
Steve Jones, director at Terrence Higgins Trust Cymru, said students needed support to ensure they had the knowledge and confidence to protect themselves from sexually transmitted infections. The study was carried out online. The research started in Wales and nearly half of those who took part were at Welsh colleges. The students who turn to sex work. Student Sex Worker Project. Swansea University. The findings suggest:. Related Topics. More on this story.
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