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By Jonathan Landrum | Thursday Sep 26, 2013
When DJ Mister Cee - one of hip-hop’s pioneering DJs - confessed in a tearful interview to having same-sex encounters with transvestite prostitutes, one of most vulnerable moments came when he said: "Am I still going to be looked at the same way?"
By Bobby McGuire | Monday Aug 5, 2013
An employee of an upstate New York Walmart, arrested on a prostitution charge for allegedly soliciting sexual favors inside the store where he worked, has accepted a deal and plead guilty to disorderly conduct.
By Gillian Wong | Saturday Jun 29, 2013
China’s law enforcers are having an unusually public debate about a delicate topic: Do paid sexual services known as "happy endings" at massage parlors count as crimes if they don’t involve actual sexual intercourse?
By Colleen Barry | Friday May 17, 2013
Silvio Berlusconi’s private disco featured not only aspiring show girls performing striptease acts as sexy nuns and nurses, but also dressed as President Barack Obama and a prominent Milan prosecutor.
By Seth Hemmelgarn | Thursday Jan 24, 2013
San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr is keeping a ban on documenting condoms as evidence of prostitution temporary for now, based on an agreement between the offices of the district attorney and public defender.
By Seth Hemmelgarn | Wednesday Jul 11, 2012
San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr has announced that condoms will no longer be confiscated as evidence of prostitution by officers.
By Seth Hemmelgarn (contribution by Matthew S. Bajko) | Friday Jun 22, 2012
There appears to be confusion at the San Francisco Police Department over whether condoms should be used as evidence of prostitution. There have been indirect reports over the years of police taking condoms from people suspected of prostitution, including
By Derek Gatopoulos | Thursday May 3, 2012
Greek authorities announced the arrest Wednesday of 17 HIV-positive women who allegedly worked illegally as prostitutes, accusing them of intentionally causing serious bodily harm.
By Will O’Bryan | Wednesday Apr 18, 2012
Cyndee Clay constantly walks the intersection of society and sex, survival and discrimination in an effort to uncover the humanity hidden by stigma.
By Joe Siegel | Wednesday Oct 19, 2011
Rich Holcomb worked as a prostitute on the streets of Montreal for a decade, but he is now trying to help others who work on the streets of Providence through a program named after a 19-year-old hustler who was found dead on Christmas Day in 2003.
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