Sex workers 'should have access to support fund' But during the lockdown she is urging other escorhs in her position not to meet clients for these kind of services. Ms Bowen-Thomson said: "This is a heartbreaking choice for women to have to make, it's essential that these women get the support they need to stay at home.
She also sometimes carries out physical acts. Coronavirus pandemic image copyrightGetty Images A charity has changed the way it works to keep sex workers at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
Safer Wales said the introduction of lockdown measures left clients faced with the difficult choice of northh with no income or continuing to carry out sex work at a risk to their own and others' safety. It added: "I can assure you that most of these escorts will not stop working during the pandemic as without income from escort work they would simply be unable to survive i.
It is her only source of income. She said depending on the week, she could meet about two men a day. This nortth more than five times the amount than during the same period in Please just look after yourself, you don't know how clean they are, you just don't know them.
But in those few minutes, they could still give you the virus. She is now offering her services online only, but said men still pressure her to meet her in person. The charity said this was vital to ensure women could access support and information and also helped women to know "they are not alone, even though we may not be physically close.
It said a "minority of professional full-time escorts are still working independently in Cardiff". In a statement, the website said it had seen a big increase in people using the platform during lockdown. Safer Wales has been running the StreetLife project sinceaimed at helping woman trapped in prostitution.
Just be careful. Chief executive Bernie Bowen-Thomson said: "We recognised that the essential outreach work we do shouldn't come to an abrupt halt because of Covid, but had to move to a virtual form.