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These are external links and will open in a new window. Sex workers in Scotland can join a trade union for the first time. The GMB union has launched a new adult entertainment branch, which will invite members from across Scotland, and include transgender and BME representatives.
The sex workers who fought for the creation of the branch now hope to shape future prostitution legislation. She told the BBC Scotland news website: Sex work is work and it should be safe.
Ms Wolfson said there was huge support for sex workers to collaborate on making the industry safe and to improve working conditions. The union, and the sex workers it represents, believe that Scotland has harmful laws on brothel-keeping which isolate sex workers and leave them without protection.
An indoor sex business becomes an illegal brothel when it involves more than one worker, meaning sex workers have to operate alone. In the Scottish government voted to adopt the "Nordic model", replicating Scandinavian laws where individuals who pay for sex are criminalised, but those who sell sex are not. Selling sex is not illegal in Scotland but there are strict laws against "soliciting" street prostitution and brothel-keeping. She said it was "about giving workers the autonomy to be able to run their business however they see fit, as long as it is safe".
The GMB's adult entertainment branch is open to anyone in the adult entertainment industry, including strippers, burlesque and go-go dancers, video cam workers, people who make pornography - any form of sexual labour. Ms Wolfson hopes this is just the beginning of a conversation which actually involves those working in the industry.