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22-Mar-2020 17:26

But most of those who attend are simply trying to keep themselves safe and under the radar while earning a living.After Denise, comes Chantelle, another escort, in her mid-40s, who wears heavy make-up and a grey track suit.And the ratio of indigenous to foreign prostitutes now stands at .“The needs of the foreign workers are quite different,” says Scott.On West Port, the Western Strip Bar, with its saloon-style facade, has a board reading “Stag Parties Welcome”; across the road, Baby Dolls, No 1 Showroom, all flaked paint and neon tube signs, faces off against Burke and Hare, its name conjuring up slabs of meat on an autopsy table.Here, though, the women are treated with respect; the clinic may have a tight budget (the examination couch in the room next to Scott’s is a dental chair) but there is a wealth of empathy for the lives of the women and the problems they face.Behind a blue curtain in Dr Alison Scott’s consulting room at the Spittal Street sex workers’ clinic in Edinburgh, pretty Romanian prostitute Denise kicks off her black ankle boots and climbs on to the examination couch.

Feminists and law-makers are split into two polarised camps: those who see prostitution as a legitimate career choice and those who see it as a form of violence against women.Asked about any recent changes in her life, Denise mentions her mother’s diabetes. Housed in a converted church, alongside NHS Lothian’s harm reduction team and the Edinburgh Access GP practice for the homeless, it takes a holistic approach, combining sexual health screenings with other services: a needle exchange, psychological counselling, and the Scottish Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders’ (Sacro) initiative Another Way, which provides advice on housing, benefits and exiting the sex industry.But then Scott notices a photograph of a little girl on her phone. Just a block away lies Edinburgh’s notorious pubic triangle, a junction on which three lap dancing clubs vie for seediness.” “Yes.” After she has gone, the exchange continues to play on Scott’s mind. “More likely, she needs it to reassure a married punter.”READ MORE: Police and health home visits to help sex workers Back in the mid-2000s, Scott became concerned about the number of women whose lives were too chaotic for them to make it to a pre-arranged appointment at the general sexual health clinic so she put pressure on NHS Lothian to set up this one.In the early days, it was aimed at drug addicts and prostitutes – anyone at raised risk of STIs and unintended pregnancies – but prostitutes quickly became its main clientele; not unsurprisingly they feel more at ease having check-ups in a place where they will not be judged.

Feminists and law-makers are split into two polarised camps: those who see prostitution as a legitimate career choice and those who see it as a form of violence against women.Asked about any recent changes in her life, Denise mentions her mother’s diabetes. Housed in a converted church, alongside NHS Lothian’s harm reduction team and the Edinburgh Access GP practice for the homeless, it takes a holistic approach, combining sexual health screenings with other services: a needle exchange, psychological counselling, and the Scottish Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders’ (Sacro) initiative Another Way, which provides advice on housing, benefits and exiting the sex industry.But then Scott notices a photograph of a little girl on her phone. Just a block away lies Edinburgh’s notorious pubic triangle, a junction on which three lap dancing clubs vie for seediness.” “Yes.” After she has gone, the exchange continues to play on Scott’s mind. “More likely, she needs it to reassure a married punter.”READ MORE: Police and health home visits to help sex workers Back in the mid-2000s, Scott became concerned about the number of women whose lives were too chaotic for them to make it to a pre-arranged appointment at the general sexual health clinic so she put pressure on NHS Lothian to set up this one.In the early days, it was aimed at drug addicts and prostitutes – anyone at raised risk of STIs and unintended pregnancies – but prostitutes quickly became its main clientele; not unsurprisingly they feel more at ease having check-ups in a place where they will not be judged.British, but of eastern Asian ethnicity, she is worried because a condom has split.