Emancipating Sex Workers

Sex workers typically suffer from social stigmatization (against both women and sexual relations between men), discriminatory laws and for some actual enslavement. All these issues need to be addressed. 

Those who are enslaved need to be rescued by special feminist LGBTQI-sensitive SWAT forces from the streets and brothels and provided with new identities in new locations similar to the US witness protection program. This requires international cooperation in cases of illegal immigrants who need to be provided with new identities in new locations in their home countries.

Sex work needs to become a proper academic profession, where a degree in sex work would include sex therapy, provision of sexual education, sexual training of clients, pornographic acting, sexual arts, critical theory and much more. Licensed sex workers would bring stature and prestige to the profession. 

All discriminatory laws against sex workers must be abolished.