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26 October 2010

No spike in advertised paid sex

There was no spike in supply and demand of sex workers advertising online and in newspaper during the World Cup, a new study found.

There was no spike in supply and demand of sex workers advertising online and in newspaper during the World Cup, a new study found.

The study was commissioned by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in response to the media speculation prior to the World Cup that between 40,000 and 100,000 sex workers were needed for the projected half a million soccer fans who would travel to South Africa.

 
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