Commercial Sex Worker (CSW)
Definition - What does Commercial Sex Worker (CSW) mean?
A commercial sex worker refers to a person who works in the sex industry. It is a broad term, and is not limited to prostitutes and escorts. It includes people who work in businesses and institutions that sell sex and/ or any form of sexual behavior. It includes pornography actors and models, phone-sex agents, pimps, and the like.
Kinkly explains Commercial Sex Worker (CSW)
The sex profession is legal in only a few parts of the world. This is one of the disadvantages of being a commercial sex worker. Since the work is illegal, they are often threatened with fines, incarceration, and other legal sanctions. A commercial sex worker is also more prone to physical abuse and other forms of abuses. He or she is also more at risk of acquiring sexually transmitted diseases.