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Prostitution is illegal in Adelaide, but that doesn’t stop more than 1000 sex workers operating in secret in what is called the world’s oldest occupation.Sharon Jennings has been involved in the sex industry for just over 10 years.You could say a significant difference between dating then and now is the induction of online dating.Progressing past the boundaries of the original website profiles and matches, we now introduce the ‘swipe right’ ‘swipe left’ method, that is, Tinder. Originally it was viewed as a hookup/casual sex app because it finds your potential matches based on their proximity to you.

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You simply download the app to your smart phone, link to your Facebook account (don’t worry, nothing about Tinder will ever be posted to Facebook), choose up to six photos of yourself, and write a brief bio. Tinder finds your location using GPS, and shows you photos of singles based on your preferences (gender, age range and preferred distance).Although her practice was illegal, Ms Jennings’ business was registered with an ABN. After seven years as a sex worker she was introduced to the Sex Industry Network (SIN), a support network for people in the business, and now manages the organisation.“We are supported wholeheartedly by SA Health and by the government in general but obviously we are still operating in a criminalised environment and that is our major stumbling block.”In her time in the sex industry, Ms Jennings has seen just about every stereotype about the industry debunked.The image of a drug-addicted woman standing on a street corner, too scared to report an assault to the police in case she gets arrested, is not reality.Staff at the Wilderness School in Adelaide, South Australia, allowed Year 12 girls to create a collage of young men in their lives they had 'hooked up with' and deemed the exercise as 'innocent and acceptable'.The young women were forced to take the collage down as well as the social media campaign – but some are labelling the delayed action against the blatant sexual objectification as proof of double standards.The holy grail of dating apps often gets a bad rap, but for every casual fling there seems to be a burgeoning relationship.