Financially supporting a lifestyle is the most common cause for students to enter, or consider entering, the industry.What comes next is the belief that they would enjoy the work.It looks at the experiences of “direct” and “indirect” sex workers.Direct sex work is popularly understood to be prostitution, while indirect sex work is that which does not involve intimate contact with a client, such as erotic dancing, webcam services, porn acting and glamour modelling.Dr Tracey Sagar, who led the study, told the Guardian: “Sex work is widely but wrongly perceived to be an occupation that is predominantly taken up by women and this means that males may fall through the student support net because they are not associated with sex work occupations.” She continued: “We now have firm evidence that students are engaged in the sex industry across the UK.
This is higher than for female students – 1.3% of whom are involved in direct sex work, and 2.7% indirect.
The project, carried out over a year predominantly in Welsh universities, made some surprising discoveries.
It found that 5 percent of men identified themselves as sex workers compared with 3.4 percent of women.
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