The term sex workers' rights encompasses a variety of aims being pursued globally by individuals and organizations that specifically involve the human, health, and labor rights of sex workers and their clients. The goals of these movements are diverse, but generally aim to decriminalize and destigmatize sex work, and ensure fair treatment before legal and cultural forces on a local and international level for all persons in the sex industry. Thus giving me a chance to meet Midnight Blue on Migrants Pride last Sunday.
Midnight Blue is a non-profit organization committed to developing a mutual support network for male and transgender sex workers in Hong Kong. The two main challenges that the sex workers they're working with face are the stigma of Sex work and the Law against the sex worker. The sex worker is suffering from the stigma. When the sex worker is facing the bullying from the bad customer, most of the sex workers will not ask for help from others, because of the fear of the disclosure of their sex worker identity. Being a sex worker is not illegal, however, the law is restricting the sex work. The police is abusing the law to arrest the sex worker, like soliciting .