Kršenje človekovih pravic, pravice do dela, kršenje pravic spolnih delavcev; zadnji primer Marina Spa
Kot predstavniki industrije za odrasle kateri branimo zakonitost in pravičnost spolnega dela v Republiki Sloveniji ponovno opozarjamo o izredno spornem in zelo verjetno tudi nezakonitem postopanju Slovenskih organov pregona in sodstva.
Depeša je bila poslana predstavnikom:
Poslano pa je bilo tudi v vednost:
Kot nepristranski strokovni opazovalci poudarjamo da je potrebno samo upoštevati zakonodajo in omogočiti prosto pot spolnim delavcem do zaposlitve.
Poklic bo standardiziran kot ostali poklici, omogočena bo zaposlitev in s tem se bo takoj močno zmanjšala prostitucija z elementi kaznivih dejanj.
Z tem primerom želimo opozoriti pristojne službe katere izvajajo nadzor nad delom na črno ter sive ekonomije da spolni delavci, ki to izvajajo kot fizične osebe (neprijavljeno) so lahko pomotoma obravnavane kot žrtve prisilne prostitucije pri tem pa kot posledica nepoznavanja zakonodaje lahko nastane nepopravljiva gospodarska in družbena škoda.
Dear ICRSE, we have a problem!
We are writing to you as representatives of the adult industry, and consequently also as representatives of sex workers in Slovenia.
In February and March we open representative offices in the countries of the former Yugoslavia (population of 30 million inhabitants).
Sex work in slovenia:
– 2003 decriminalized prostitution
– 2005 Declaring sex work as a craft activity (for opening a company)
– 2007 Declaration of sex work as a job (employment of workers)
In the event that a sex worker opens a personal company – with a flat tax (4% tax)
Sex workers in Slovenia have all social transfers and protection.
When a worker declares himself as a sex worker, this is not disclosed to public information, as sex work is recorded under the activity OTHER, among 27 other unrelated activities.
By doing this, sex workers are not stigmatized.
Where is the problem?
In Slovenia, 98% of sex workers are not declared sex workers. Therefore, all potential victims of forced prostitution, even if they work voluntarily.
When in all countries there are also bad sides of sexual activity, but in the 21st century and in Slovenia, very rare.
The mission of our organization is to raise awareness and information about sex work and laws in the Republic of Slovenia.
Overcoming human rights and unlawful intercourse in the sex industry:
On January 23, 2019, the Slovenian authorities carried out a police action in a business facility that offered space in the form of erotic wellness for adults in all areas of the legislation of the Republic of Slovenia.
Guests, as men, as women, freely come to the wellness facilities and socialize privately (which is not forbidden) in temporarily enclosed spaces.
Wellness was protected by a security service that took care of the safety/safety of all guests.
Personally, as a representative of the adult industry, in the summer of 2018 I worked as a rescuer from the water where I monitored and watched the activities. During the period of one month, I did not detect any errors and my rating was AAA.
Police action was based on solving the victims of forced prostitution. According to the report of the security service of which it operated during the police raid, none of the potential victims of the declarations were victims. Also, according to the employees’ reports, the girls were, as guests, leaving the facility with a crying and asking whether the building is really closed.
According to our data, not one of the female guests in a view of criminal exploitation did not asked police for help, safe house or anything similar.
According to our information, this is a politically organized campaign which has nothing to do with forced or organized prostitution.
The media does not listen to us and ignore our opinion.
Also, politically motivated “humane societies” are still demonizing the branch, preventing and intimidating people, and suggesting that prostitution is a behavioral disorder.
Please, we would need the support of Europe and the world to finally end the agony and intimidation of those responsible who do NOT WANT to comply with the legislation on which the democratic Republic of Slovenia is based.
President of Dobra Družba
Žiga Sedevčič Ljubljana, 27.01.2019