Prostitutes caught having sex

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There are specific laws covering prostitutes and other sex workers and their clients. Prostitution in licensed brothels is legal in Queensland, but street prostitution is illegal. Queensland has strict laws about sex and sexual activity. You can legally work as a sex worker in Queensland if you work alone from your home, unit, motel or hotel or if you work in a licensed brothel. There are many health and safety issues for people working as sex workers. If you are in this situation you should get legal advice.

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Prostitution and risk of HIV: male partners of female prostitutes

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'Prostitutes are having sex outside my front door'

A woman in Oklahoma has pleaded guilty to a charge of lewdness after being caught by a drone camera having sex with an elderly client. Amanda Zolicoffer, 27, and Douglas Blansett, 75, were caught by local "drone vigilante" Brian Bates when they met in a car last August. Mr Bates told the BBC it was the first time he used a drone to film such an encounter. He runs a website where he publishes videos of alleged sex workers and their clients. Zolicoffer was sentenced to a year in state prison, according to the BBC, while the case against her alleged client is still pending.
Objective: To describe risk behaviours for infection with HIV in male sexual partners of female prostitutes. Design: A cross sectional study. Subjects: self identified male sexual partners of female prostitutes: who reported commercial sexual relationships only, five who reported non-commercial relationships only, and six who reported both commercial and non-commercial relationships. Main outcome measures: Reported risk behaviours for infection with HIV. Conclusions: Men who have sex with female prostitutes cannot be assumed to be at risk of infection with HIV only by this route: homosexual contact may place them at greater risk.