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“In the past, I’ve been a firm believer in the motto ‘sex work is work,’” she says. A solid chunk of her income comes from this side job – in the past nine months, she has made at least HK$70,000 from compensated dating. By day, she’s also a freelance graphic designer, and tutors English for students taking the Hong Kong public examinations.
Sandy’s Facebook posts range from critiques of government policy to introspective monologues on love and sex. These posts are viewed with horrified awe by the students of the university she attended, to whom she has become something of an urban legend. But she still hopes to use these accounts to bring something new to activism.
Photo: Apple Daily.
While police and activist groups clash over the perceived risks of compensated dating, the legal quagmire created by these differences in opinion has been tough on the sex workers themselves. Current legislation severely restricts sex workers, who (amongst other things) are not allowed to promote their services in public spaces, work in groups, or lease a workspace.
Most laws related to sex work are intended to prevent brothels and pimping, but they can have unforeseen effects on the women. For instance, Section 137 of the Crimes Ordinance forbids reliance on the income of another person’s sex work. This law seems reasonable – preventing pimps from operating – until you consider its implications.
For instance, Sandy says that girls can sometimes get into physically violent situations because they are unable to hire a bodyguard to protect them.
This isn’t a ringing endorsement for the “sex work is work” argument, but Sandy says the risks are lower for freelancers. She’s had a couple of near misses with clients who wanted to skip using protection, but has managed to avoid worse situations.
“I put my wallet into my bag and said if things get really bad, I can just go,” she says, narrating the story of one of the scarier incidents. “I don’t mind walking into the corridor naked. Protecting myself is the most important issue.”
Twenty-five cases of violent crime against sex workers were reported by the Census and Statistics Department in 2015, although 225 cases of verbal or physical abuse were brought directly to Zi Teng that year. The discrepancy is telling, but Lee says these cases are part of the ‘occupational risk’ of the job; as in any job, they can be avoided with proper training.
File photo: Pexels.
This training is one of the services Zi Teng provides, alongside medical and legal help. The organisation teaches girls how to monitor sexual transactions and be aware of occupational risk. Unfortunately, most compensated dating women see themselves as part-timers rather than prostitutes, and don’t come to Zi Teng for help.
“Many sex workers, including the compensated dating women, they sometimes overestimate themselves and also the situation,” Lee says. Without a knowledge of how to handle such situations, women are often blackmailed or tricked into having unprotected sex.
But what about women who are forced into the industry by financial trouble? Lee puts it succinctly: “Everyone needs money, and everyone needs to earn a living. Sex workers also need money. If it’s somehow forced by living conditions or living environment, then all people in the world are working involuntarily.”
Sandy says that this “damsel in distress” attitude is common to most of her conversations with clients, who always begin by asking why she needs help. “It really annoys me, because of course there are some girls in deep financial crisis, but she’s selling something, she’s not asking for help.”
The combined efforts of media coverage and NGO activism have put a dent in the stigma over the years. Lee is cautiously hopeful about society’s change of heart.
File photo: BrokenSphere via Wikimedia Commons.
“Quite a number of years ago when we visited the sex workers, their neighbours would ask us to leave, saying we should not help these women,” Lee says. “But now if we go, we seldom meet these type of situations.” In some districts, local shop owners will even warn roadside prostitutes if the police are in the area, allowing them to escape and avoid identity checks.
After eight months in sex work, Sandy has come to understand the real problem with compensated dating: it’s just too easy. “Younger girls can be myopic,” she says. “They think sex work is already lucrative enough so they’re not learning any life skills or putting anything new on their CV, and they end up broke.”
The money is what keeps Sandy in the industry, despite her day job as a freelance graphic designer. Doing compensated dating, she says, can buy her two or three years to cultivate new skills and interests.
“As long as you have a pussy, you can make quick money,” she says. “I don’t understand why people don’t like it. It’s not that bad. It’s a little weird, but it’s not that bad.”
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