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THEY come here to study, to build a new future and end up working in the sex trade to pay off their debts. But not everyone is unhappy. A new report has found many migrant sex workers were international students but entered the industry to pay debts.
THEY are lured by the dream of a new life, a chance to build a better future while also providing for loved ones still stuck back home. And while it has been well-documented that in states such as New South Wales where prostitution is legal, that foreign students moonlight in the sex industry to pay their fees, this report was the first to delve into the experiences of migrant sex workers.
The report found of those surveyed most were from South East Asia, had little education, poor English language skills and had children. They entered on a student visa in a bid to study and earn money but were unprepared for the financial stress of their new life which inevitably led them into the sex industry.
The report found 43 per cent of those surveyed said they entered Australia on a student visa, while a quarter said they migrated to Australia because they married or intended to be married. Most migrant sex workers enter Australia on student visas according to a new report. The report also said migrant sex workers were also more likely to work in massage parlours rather than brothels like non-migrant sex workers and that they were also generally happy with their current working conditions.
However a small number of respondents did express they felt isolated and alone. Scarlet Alliance migration project manager Jules Kim, who also wrote the report, told news. She explained recent media reports had claimed visa programs were being used to facilitate the entry of sex workers from overseas, but that a subsequent public inquiry found the majority of those working in the sex industry were working lawfully and in accordance with the conditions of their visa.