Turkey; trafficking; migrants; decriminlisation

Analyzing the Voluntary and Involuntary Foreign Sex Workers: A Case Study of Turkey

Since the 1990s, the Turkish illegal sex market has grown rapidly. The number of foreign sex workers, either voluntary or involuntary, has boomed; ninety-five percent of them come from the former Soviet Union Countries. Even though both involuntary and involuntary sex workers have similar living conditions in their home countries, some of these women become victims of sex trafficking, some of them make money and work in the sex market within their free will.

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