A sex worker is a person who engages in consensual, non-commercial sex with clients or customers.
Sex tourism is the act of taking someone’s money, physical possession or other goods for purposes of sexual gratification, especially when the person or property is paid for through a credit card or PayPal.
The difference between these two terms is the legal definition of what is considered a sex work, but they are different to the type of prostitution that is regulated in Australia.
Legal definitions of sex work Legal definitions Sex work includes all types of commercial sexual activity such as commercial sex, paid sex, escort work, and massage.
It includes both men and women.
There are different legal definitions for each type of sex.
For example, sex work can include any sexual activity, including vaginal, anal, oral, and vaginal-to-anal penetration.
There is also a difference between prostitution and sexual services provided through a place of work, such as a massage parlour or a strip club.
In general, sex workers are classified as: a person in Australia who engages sexually in an arrangement for a fee, typically a fee for the use of the premises or facilities, with a client or a customer; or