This stands in opposition to recent Swedish research on the sexual health of men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender people (TG).
As a result, Swedish sexual health interventions have traditionally focused on women and utilised face-to-face interventions and exit strategies.
Unmistakably, interventions targeting male and/or transgender sex workers that utilise harm reduction approaches or low threshold on-line interventions remain marginalised or non-existent.
In conclusion we illustrate how a broad coalition between organised and non-organised sex workers, LGBTQ organisations, academics and the health care system is essential for creating a sustainable platform of multi-disciplinary knowledge to improve the sexual health and legal rights of sex workers in Sweden and globally.
(RFSL Stockholm) work to design an HIV prevention intervention based on the voices of male and transgender sex workers, two groups generally absent in the Swedish discourse around sex work.
RFSL Stockholm was officially an organisation for lesbian, gay and bisexuals.