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They took me to the woods, down by the bridge. They stripped everything off me. Flashlight in the eyes. Did you come to Women who fuck in serbia me? Arrest me then, but, do not beat me up. That makes Women who fuck in serbia worse. One squad came over, and they beat me senseless because of what I am. I came back all black and blue. They just have this hate. Sex workers described how in cases of deception, presumed clients would usually reveal their identity as policemen once services had been negotiated and exchanged, demanding the return of their money box 1, extract 1. This was described as a no choice situation, which for some had become routine: The risk of detainment, arrest, or fine or the threat of physical violence were given as the reasons whysex workers acquiesced to police demands for sex without payment.
Attempts to resist such demands were said to incite violence box 1, extract 3. We were given multiple examples of coerced sex involving violence perpetrated by those presumed to be police box 1, extract 3although condoms were reported to be used in most: Policing thus extended into private life. A striking instance of public shaming included police collaborations with national media, whereby police crackdowns and arrests of sex workers would be televised box 3, extract 2. Moral punishments for selling sex overlapped with other forms of social discrimination, especially towards Roma and transvestites: Police violence was described as especially brutal towards transvestites, all of whom in this study were Roma, and most Kosovo refugees box 3, extract 3.
Extreme violence reported towards transvestites and Roma was generally interpreted as driven by contempt for being of minority or deviant status box 3, extract 3. I could work freely. I would be up for HIV testing. Discussion Violence was reported as a primary risk concern of street based sex workers in Serbia and linked to coerced unprotected sex, breakages of condoms, and reduced capacity to negotiate sexual safety. Moreover, sex workers described being coerced into providing sex to police in exchange for freedom from detainment, arrest, or fine, and this was reportedly enforced by perceived risks, sometimes realised, of physical violence by police.
Reports of police violence, deception, coercion, and extortion towards street sex workers in Serbia seem to contravene the Serbian police ethics guidelines, ratified in and based on the European Union Code of Ethics for Police Forces This study has limitations. It is an exploratory study generating findings for testing in future research. Generalisability is inevitably limited to this specific sample and setting. Counter narratives are possible, and the study did not investigate accounts by the police. Also, what distinguishes excessive force from legitimate force in policing can be a fraught debate.
Reported coerced sex by police usually involved condoms, but the pervasive risk of violence contributed to a reduced sense of control over the negotiation of sexual transactions. Sex workers largely adopted a fatalistic acceptance to reported police demands for money or sex without payment. This study extends concepts of sex in exchange for money or goods to include coerced sex in exchange for freedom from police detainment, arrest, or fine. This study also identified possible policing practices with little basis in legal rationality but which acted as forms of moral punishment.
These practices discipline and stigmatise, positioning sex workers as having waived rights to respect or protection on account of having transgressed. Previous studies have noted excessive use of force when policing female or transvestite sex workers 17 20 and drug users. What is already known on this topic Violence can link with coerced unprotected sex and risk of sexually transmitted infections, but little is known about police violence towards female and transvestite sex workers What this study adds In Serbia, coerced sex was reported to be routinely provided to police in exchange for freedom from detainment, arrest, or fine, and was enforced by the perceived threat of violence, sometimes realised Policing acted as moral punishment through non-physical means but was also reportedly enforced through physical violence, especially towards transvestite and Roma sex workers Notes We thank those who participated in interviews or who helped by referring us to others, especially JAZAS, a non-government organisation working in HIV prevention.
The views expressed here are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of their institutions or those of the Republican AIDS Commission of Serbia who supported the study. TR designed and coordinated the study, did the analyses, and wrote the paper. MS and SB undertook the interviews and their coding for analysis. LP assisted with analysis. BZ oversaw local coordination of the study. Department for International Development UK. All authors declare independence from these funding agencies. Provenance and peer review: Not commissioned; externally peer reviewed. Notes Cite this as: The association between history of violence and HIV risk: The intersection of HIV and violence: Soc Sci Med ; Client-perpetuated violence and condom failure among female sex workers in Southwestern China.
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Am J Epidemiol ; Sanders T, Campbell R. Designing out vulnerability, building in respect: Brit Seriba Sociol ; Stress in the sex trade and beyond. Crit Public Health ; Parker Sho, Aggleton P. Social and structural violence and power relations in mitigating HIV risk of drug-using women in survival sex work. Gender, violence, and HIV: Cult Med Psychiatry ; The third milestones of a global campaign for violence prevention Hot sexy big booty porn. Characterizing perceived police violence: Am J Women who fuck in serbia Health ; Blankenship KM, Koester S. Criminal law, policing policy, and Sergia risk in female street sex workers and injection drug users.
J Law Med Ethics ; Mapping duck and policing as an environmental-structural barrier to health WWomen and werbia availability among substance-using women in street-level sex work. Tuck J Ij Policy ; Choi SY, Holroyd E. The influence of power, poverty and agency in the negotiation of condom use for female sex workers in mainland China. Cult Health Sex ;9: The risks of street prostitution: Wojcicki JA, Malala J. Sex Transm Infect ; The government used its Witness Protection Law to protect only one trafficking victim during the year.
Serbian law allows victims to file civil suits against traffickers for compensation, but as of March no trafficking victim had been awarded compensation. Victims pursuing criminal or civil suits are entitled to temporary residence permits and may obtain employment or leave the country pending trial proceedings. The government awarded temporary residence status to a total of six victims in Identified victims are not detained, jailed, prosecuted, or otherwise penalized for unlawful acts committed as a direct result of their being trafficked. However, one NGO reported that authorities failed to identify some trafficking victims inresulting in their arrest, detainment, and subsequent deportation.
To address this issue, the government expanded its training program for law enforcement. Inthirty-seven trafficking victims were accommodated in two NGO shelters, 21 in a short-term shelter and 16 in transition housing including two babies. Reintegration services were provided to 47 women and four men including 22 children. During the reporting period, 11 new municipalities established social assistance teams composed of social workerspoliceand NGO staff to provide assistance to potential victims of family violence and trafficking. The government has yet to begin implementation of its December National Strategy to Combat Trafficking in Persons.
However, the government increased its educational prevention programs during the year, and inlaunched a fund-raising drive for the Agency for Coordination.