University gives advice to students on how to juggle SEX WORK with lectures

STUDENTS are being given advice on how best to juggle sex work with lectures — from their university heads.

A guide called the “Student Sex Work Toolkit” offers support for scholars who become escorts, porn stars, webcammers, strippers, phone sex talkers and “sugar daddy companions”.

Uni chiefs say they want to cut the stigma associated with selling sex to stop undergraduates being bullied or harassed.

Staff have been told to be “non-judgmental” and to “ensure any students who are sex workers are positively supported”. 

But the guide was today branded “glorified pimping” on social media. 

Staff have also been advised not to “assume the student wants to leave sex work” and not to “listen to or perpetuate myths regarding sex work”, and to offer “focused guidance”.

Leicester University’s guide includes handy tips on “how to juggle sex work and study time/assignment deadlines”.

A poll last year by the Save the Student group found four per cent of undergraduates had done sex work to pay for courses.

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Services included selling intimate pictures — the most common practice — and even prostitution.

Barrister Charlotte Proudman said the university was “advertising prostitution as a job for students to pay their fees”.

The university said it put “student well-being at their core.”

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