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Health care, access to education, the right to freely practice their trade, trade union organization and the possibility of retirement benefits, basic rights that any other work would provide, are a dream for these women. Argentina does not regard prostitution as a legal activity, but does not ban it either, which is why around 80, prostitutes remain marginalized by public policy and face risks including fear of losing their homes, extortion and police persecution.
Some pay as much as three times the normal rent for homes, as they cannot show salary slips for their income, but even this does not guarantee their security indoors. Her organization, which supports around 6, prostitutes from 10 provinces of the country, has been fighting for the rights of sex workers for 20 years. The campaign has generated public interest on social networking sites, where users have created their own versions of the invoices, adding fantasies, and services for lesbians and couples.
The prostitutes are trying to raise awareness among "opinion leaders" and "remove the great stigma" towards them and their work. Politicians, legislators and journalists who support the campaign have attached their images to the symbolic invoices and forwarded them to AMMAR. A bill to regularize prostitution rests with the Argentine Senate, but may not be considered this year. However, Orellano believes that a similar bill may meet with more success in the Chamber of Deputies.
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