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Prostitutes in the Brazilian city of Salvador are starting up their own radio station

The Association of Prostitutes of Bahia state has won government permission for the project, enabling FM station Radio Zona to start broadcasting in the second half of the year, project coordinator Sandro Correia said on Thursday.

"We are not going to apologize for prostitution but we are going to struggle for the dignity of the profession," Correia told Reuters.

The aim was not to attract women to the business. The station will feature programs about the trade but will also discuss issues such as human rights, social questions, and sexual abuse, Correia said.

Good for them!


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Brazil is a country that could use more information on safe-sex, and human rights.. heck, the USA could use that as well.

Vanessa Sterling
EroticVoyages blog

By Anonymous Anonymous, at March 17, 2006 4:26 PM  

I'm still waiting for the day when sex workers get their own reality show, like who wants to be a madaam, or who wants to be an escort-- I volunteer myself to host it.

By Anonymous wendy, at March 18, 2006 6:45 AM  

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