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HIV counselling and testing (HTC) services for sex workers The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends at least annual voluntary testing for sex workers.Gender and Society : 16079.Although the Delhi High Court in Harvinder Kaur 35 and the Supreme Court in Saroj Rani 36 upheld the statutory provision, overturning Saritha it is a matter of satisfaction that at least to this limited extent dominance analysis was made in these cases.4, this was seen as a strong measure to prevent the spread of venereal disease, and most of the military was opposed to the Act.
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Return to Text Sheela Barse.3, women working in chaklas were often required to undergo medical examinations once a week, in order canary wharf escorts to examine them for traces of venereal diseases.3, thus social and individual responsibilities for feminist cause are contemplated in addition to democratic solutions.Where sex workers are criminalised, they can be difficult to reach or unwilling to cooperate for fear of being arrested.One study conducted among trafficked people in Mumbai brothels in India found that almost a quarter of trafficked girls and women were living with HIV.