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About sharing image captionThe university made it "clear" it does not promote sex work A university has insisted it is not promoting kn after a sex workers' support group was given a stall at its freshers' fair. Feminist campaigner Julie Bindel called the decision "beyond disgraceful". But student union president Tomi Ibukun said it was there to provide support rather than to advocate sex work.

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View original tweet on Twitter Swop is part of the Brighton Oasis Project charity and has described itself as a "discreet and confidential" service for women in the sex industry. It promoted its attendance in a series of tweets, in which it said: "1 in 6 students does sex work or thinks about turning to sex work. We can help.

But critics of the idea have included feminist campaigner and writer Julie Bindel, co-founder of law reform group Justice for Women. She said: "This is beyond disgraceful. It makes me so angry that the sex trade's become normalised and pimped to women as though it is a harmless and respectable way to earn a living.