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Working safely is very important in prostitution. It is crucial to keep your body healthy, not to contract any sexually transmissible infections (STI) and to feel good.

Below you will find information about various sexually transmissible infections, condoms, lubricants, how to take care of your body, what to do in case of abuse...

 

Did you know that
  • A high oestrogen dose does NOT lead to more distinct or faster feminisation.
  • Excessive oestrogen intake DOES increase the risk of dangerous side effects such as blood clots... Consult your doctor about hormone therapy monitoring.
  • There is no such thing as provoking abuse. No one deserves or asks to be abused. Are you a victim of abuse? Do not hold your tongue, but stand up for your rights.

Report abuse:

  • Emergency police assistance: call the toll free number 101 or 112. (24/7)
  • Institute for the Equality of Women and Men. You can download a complaint form from this website: http://igvm-iefh.belgium.be.

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STI

What is a sexually transmitted infection (STI)? How do I protect myself against STIs?

It is important to know how to work safely. Always protect yourself! Even a healthy and clean looking customer may have an STI.                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

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Lubricants

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Condom breakage

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Body care

It is important to take good care of your body. Read more about: vaginal hygiene; How do I protect myself against infections? What with hormonal agents? Which is the best depilation method?

Abuse

Transgender people are more likely to face abuse or discrimination. There are various types of abuse: physical, verbal (intimidation), and sexual abuse. In addition, transgender people often are victims of discrimination or stigmatisation. Discrimination and all forms of abuse are wrong and should not be tolerated.

While a victim is often left with a sense of guilt, it is important to know that the responsibility always lies with the perpetrator. There is no such thing as provoking abuse. No one deserves or asks to be abused.

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