Get Support for Sexual Exploitation

Sex ‘Workers’

Assistance for women who ever provided sexual ‘services’ – whether online, in a brothel, on the street or other.

Help for Sex Work

Trafficking or Forced Sex

Help for victims of the crime of being forced, bought or sold, controlled or exploited for sex.

Help for Trafficking

Partner Forces Sex

Support for women being forced to have sex by a boyfriend, partner or spouse.

Help for Forced Sex

Sex and Porn Addiction

Support, counselling and program for women and men not in control of their use of sex or pornography.

Help for Addiction

Get Help for Someone Else

Refer somebody else to Pink Cross if they need help – a friend, co-worker or someone else you know.

Refer Someone

Safe House

Information about safe houses for victims who are at risk of danger, abuse or homelessness.

Safe House Info

You came to this website because you want to change your current situation. Perhaps you currently work in the sex or adult entertainment industry, or maybe you did in the past, and you are now looking for change and healing.

We are eager to provide support and services no matter your religious beliefs, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, nationality, social position, or culture.  You won’t find discrimination here. Please don’t hesitate to make contact. We are here to help!

 We can support you if any of these situations apply to you:

Sex ‘Work’

  • You work or have worked as a ‘sex worker’ (whether that be in a brothel, on the street, online, or somewhere else), ‘escort’, or in a massage parlour where you are asked to provide sexual services.
  • You have participated in filmed ‘sex work’ (aka porn, or webcam modelling, such as Only Fans)
  • You work or have worked as a stripper or ‘exotic dancer’.
  • You have been or are in a ‘Sugar Daddy / Sugar Baby’ dynamic, whereby you have been paid to accompany or provide ‘companionship’ to a man or men, that may or may not include full sexual intercourse. 

Sex Trafficking

You are having full sexual intercourse with friends, family members or ‘clients’. The person who finds those people and brings them to you, or decides when and how it will happen, takes payment in exchange for you having sex with other people.

Whether this is your father, brother, uncle, a carer, a friend, or someone else, this is not ok.

If you are in Victoria, this is only legal if you take all your earnings home with you and decide on how you spend it. You cannot be forced or coerced to give this money to those you are close with, or to your boyfriend, husband or family member.

You have the right to feel safe.

You may have been forced by a friend, family member, pimp, or ‘manager’ to be paid to have sex with men you don’t know.

You may have been brought to Australia and your passport was taken from you. You were obliged to provide sexual services as payment for your journey and/or for the return of your passport.

We are here to help you.  Please get in touch via info [@]

How Can I Get Help?

We are here for you. We offer friendly, confidential, non-judgmental support and referrals tailored to your needs. We can communicate with you via email, phone, text, or in-person. As a first step, please complete our referral form.

Contact us:

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Never forget that you are loved, beautiful, and worthwhile! We will do anything we can to walk a positive journey of change alongside you. There is no problem too big or small for us to help with.

The Pink Cross Foundation Australia Team

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If you live in Australia and any of these situations apply to you, we can help you!*

*Due to the nature of our organisation, we cannot personally help those outside of Australia. However, please do get in touch and we will direct you to organisations in your country.

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