Others, like Hill, get into the industry for financial reasons. Since it is so widespread, the use of drugs has become normalized in the exotic dance scene. The government should not have a say in what they do for work, and if they want to sell their bodies it is their own decision. Unionizing exotic dancers can certainly bring better work conditions and fair pay, but it is difficult to do at times because of their dubious employee categorization. In most countries, even those where sex work is legal, sex workers may be stigmatized and marginalized, which may prevent them from seeking legal redress for discrimination e. They face biological, personal, relational, and structural risks that all increase their chances of getting HIV. Often, the work of performers does not possess the obvious attributes of employees such as regular working hours, places or duties. There is also concern with the legitimacy of sex work as a career and an activity that merits formal organizing, largely because of the sexism often present in sex work and the devaluation of sex work as not comparable to other paid labor and employment. Biological factors include incorrect condom usage because of erectile disfunction from hormones taken to become more feminine and receptive anal intercourse without a condom which is a high risk for developing HIV. Each year in London The Sexual Freedom Awards is held to honor the most notable advocates and pioneers of sexual freedom and sex workers' rights in the UK, where sex work is essentially legal. Sex workers may also experience strong resistance to condom use by their clients, which may extend into a lack of consent by the worker to any sexual act performed in the encounter; this risk is magnified when sex workers are trafficked or forced into sex work. In addition, sex workers themselves have disputed the dichotomous nature of abolitionism and nonabolitionism, advocating instead a focus on sex workers' rights. The studies also showed that legalizing sex work lead to an increase in sex trafficking, which is another reason people give for making sex work illegal. Prostitution law Depending on local law, sex workers' activities may be regulated, controlled, tolerated, or prohibited. Some people who sell sexual services told TIME that they have posted their MeToo stories anonymously to avoid potential legal repercussions. Briq House, a sex worker, intimacy coach and communications director at the Sex Workers Outreach Project, underscored that consensual sex workers were having these conversations long before MeToo. Sometimes, clients become violent.