Last week, police stormed six massage parlors looking for victims, so they could "take them to safety." Often, this meant arresting women and putting them in detention centers.
The UK's Digital Economy Bill has serious implications for internet freedom, so to protest against it a pornographer and an obscenity lawyer are holding a "Kink Olympics", which will include "fisting volleyball" and a "squirting water fight".
This is an unprecedented step towards ensuring better, safer working conditions for the UK's 72,800 sex workers.
From cats and jacuzzis to wet rooms for "messy play," we asked some sex workers how they'd want to work if brothel-keeping were legal.
Before the mayor leaves office, let's take a look at what state he's leaving London in for its female inhabitants.
In an ideal world we'd probably pay attention to the testimony of actual sex workers before boxing their profession into a web of laws.
Is not declaring a bit of cash-in-hand pay as bad as hiding millions in offshore accounts?
HIV charities have expressed 'shock and disbelief' at the NHS England decision, which many believe stigmatises gay sex and skewers healthcare in favour of straight people.
The writer behind the hugely popular website 'Girl on the Net' talks dick pics, kinks, and vulnerability ahead of the release of her new book.
The fact that she earned her money selling sex is not the most important part of the story of her murder.
The terms of debate are all about who should be punished, not how to make things better.