While the government agreement was a massive legal victory for Samantha and fellow sex workers in Guatemala, practices on the ground remained relatively unchanged. Rocio Samayoa of the Legal Network and Observatory on Human Rights, HIV and Populations at Risk for HIV and AIDS says that changing the law was only half the battle.
Throughout Guatemala, police were still demanding that women get their health cards stamped. Complaints were flooding in from sex workers in Escuintla, Chimaltenango, and other departments across the country up until as late as early 20
Originally posted by The Black Podcast/Wine Cellar Media on 2019-02-26 10:36:22