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There are specific laws covering prostitutes and other sex workers and their clients. Prostitution in licensed brothels is legal in Queensland, but street prostitution is illegal. Queensland has strict laws about sex and sexual activity. You can legally work as a sex worker in Queensland if you work alone from your home, unit, motel or hotel or if you work in a licensed brothel. There are many health and safety issues for people working as sex workers.
If you are in this situation you should get legal advice. Sex work and the law in Queensland Prostitution Licensing Authority. General offences relating to prostitution Prostitution Licensing Authority.
Sex work and the law in Queensland Respect Inc. YFS Legal gives legal information and advice to young people under Community legal centres give legal advice on a range of topics. Contact them to find out if they can help with your matter. Queensland Law Society can refer you to a specialist private lawyer for advice or representation.
Bravehearts provides counselling and support to children, adolescents and adult survivors of child sexual assault, as well as their non-offending family members. Zig Zag Young Womens Resource Centre has counselling, support, information, referral and other services for young women 12 to Brisbane Youth Service helps young people to find and maintain appropriate housing, address physical and mental health issues and establish successful relationships and support networks.
Family Planning Queensland has reproductive and sexual health services for women across Queensland. Queensland health sexual health clinics have a listing of sexual health clinics across Queensland. Indigenous youth health service has a range of services to address the health needs of homeless and at risk Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people aged years.