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We decided to draw up a proposal regarding the empowerment of sex workers by measures to combat stigma through participatory audiovisual praxis. According to the literature and evidence review that we carried out, a successful way to acknowledge and fight stigma is to use participatory methods.
These authors defined sex work as one or several services in which sex is exchanged for money or goods. Of all these types of work, street workers have been most severely depicted as deviant due to them sometimes having drug related dependencies and practicing drug abuse. However, it is a common myth that sex workers fund their drug use through their work.
Studies suggest that sex workers are likely to start or increase their drug use in order to deal with distress caused by activities associated with their occupation including social pressure or discrimination Burnes et al. By empowerment, we refer to the process through which people gain control over their lives, organizations, and community.
We argue that sex work can be a form of self-determination for women rather than a source of stigma and discrimination Burnes et al. Conceptualizing sex work as exploitative endorses victimization and powerlessness.
Moreover, stigma is seen by others as something inherent to the person or inside the person, rather than something that can be placed on that person or imposed by others.