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On Oct. The sex worker was lucky when she was found groaning by one of her fellow workers and taken to the hospital. Barely conscious, she called for the withdrawal of the enforcement of the special law banning the sex trade, which put her out of a job that she has had for nearly 10 years. Because of these new enforcements she feels a victim of the new law. On the same day but earlier in the morning, a year-old girl fell into a coma after she swallowed scores of sleeping pills in a suicide attempt.
She was found groaning in her bed in a red light district called "Yellow House" in Sungui-dong, Jung-gu in Incheon. She left a letter complaining about the police crackdown on her profession. Hard pressed financially by the enforcement of the new sex trade law, hundreds of thousands of sex workers around the nation are driven out of their job, while some others are opting for a drastic way out as seen in the above cases.
Thousands of prostitutes and pimps have poured onto the street to protest the law that came into force on Sept. Kim Mun-Hee While government, particularly the Ministry of Gender Equality or Women's Ministry , argue that the strong enforcement of the anti-sex trade law can save sex workers from slavery, sex workers say that they are more victims of the law than recipients.
One of the sex workers recently told The Seoul Times what she and her fellow workers want in regard to the police crackdown on their work places and the newly introduced anti-sex trade law. Wearing a black leather jacket and blue jeans with light makeup on her face and red hair while holding a puppy close to her chest, Ms. Kim Mun-Hee said, "I had to take her with me, cause she has nobody to take care of her. She expressed her strong displeasure with the news media by saying that one of their representatives failed to appear on a TV program to voice their concerns due to an objection from one of the feminist groups.
She argued that mass media is siding with government and do not give them the right to express themselves. For the first time in her life on Oct. She moderated a protest rally held in Yeouido, which drew some 3, sex workers from around the country. She volunteered to lead sex workers of the Suwon area after her shop was closed by the new anti-sex trade law enforced on Sept. Sex workers are in a press conference in Seocho-dong in Seoul.