Almost three-quarters of the sex workers Human Rights Watch interviewed have been arrested multiple times, some as often as two or three times per month. Harassment of sex workers by communities in South Africa can be malicious. Detainees must have a right to challenge their detention in court. Second, criminalisation of the consensual commercial exchange of sexual services is incompatible with respect for several internationally recognised human rights, including the rights to personal autonomy and privacy. Most of the sex workers interviewed said that they would not report crimes committed against them in the course of their work to the police. About half of the Johannesburg-based interviewees had school-age children who lived with them. Certain groups of women face increased vulnerability to violence, including women and girls with disabilities, elderly women, poor women, and lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and gender nonconforming women.
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