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“Migrant sex workers incur the highest risk of abuse and robbery, and they often do not report police misconduct or crimes against them out fear of being jailed and deported,” says Lee.Zi Teng would like support groups to be able to report cases on behalf of individuals.HONG KONG—From the outside, the Fuji Building is an unprepossessing facade, no different from thousands of skyscrapers in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay district.Passers-by could easily remain oblivious to the 18 floors of “one-woman brothels” it houses.


“If sex work is decriminalized, the stigma against sex workers will likely decrease and they will be able to operate more openly, and more safely.” The immediate goal is to push lawmakers to write ordinances that more comprehensively lay out the law, stating clear reasoning that remains separated from stigmatizing morality in court.

Inside, a line of young to middle-aged men queue for the elevator. The bewilderment on the men’s faces increases as we ride to the 22nd floor with them.

The elevator doors open to reveal a hallway spilling over with pink light, mirrored walls, and a thin strand of Christmas lights.

“Most of the regulations put sex workers in unstable positions where the law cannot be of service.” For example, having a security guard or partnering with another prostitute could warrant charges of “living off the proceeds of prostitution.”Regardless of their effectiveness, in locales like the Fuji Building these laws are not irrelevant.

On the 22nd floor a single room is “available.” I ring the silent doorbell; the door opens revealing a young, pale-skinned Chinese woman in a white negligee. My translator explains that I am a writer and we’d like to ask her a few questions.

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