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6 Jun 2021
Sex workers, activists and allies march in protest through Johannesburg. They are asking the government, and the city of Johannesburg specifically, to decriminalise sex work. Because South Africa sees their profession as illegal, sex workers are often left without rights, leaving them vulnerable to crime and violence, and without medical and security services.

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