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On one end of the spectrum are the older 'seedy and sleazy adult shops', which still exist, though usually 'off the beaten track'.'In the middle you have corporate-style sex shops.
Here in Australia we have a range of different stores with chains throughout cities, including stores like Club X,' he says.'More recently we've seen the rise of "erotic boutiques", often owned by women and really geared towards female consumers.
He says there's been an increase in the number of adult shops, but they've also become more visible.'They've moved from the back streets into the main streets and into suburban shopping malls,' he tells .'There's also been a huge increase in the availability of pornography, particularly online.
At the same time, commercial sex work has shifted from being street based to being primarily online as well.'For example, Maginn says customers who would have visited brothels in the past may now be exploring their sexuality through websites instead.'Increasingly the world of "camming" has become a big facet of how people experience commercialised forms of sex,' he says, referring to the practice of watching adult entertainers perform on webcams.'They will perform and interact with their fans through the internet and provide sexual exhibitions.'Many of these trends are on a global scale, although Maginn says the industry's fortunes are playing out in different ways across Australia, depending on local laws.'If you are talking about sex work, you have a decriminalised model which exists in NSW, you have a legalised model which exists in Victoria and Queensland, and elsewhere sex work is in various status of illegality,' he says.'But adult retailing is perfectly legal in terms of the type of products they sell ...
In terms of selling adult toys and lingerie, they are all legal products, but in terms of the planning and land use within our cities there are differences and regional variations.'New attitudes driving growth in physical stores, online retail Adult stores started opening in Australia in the early '70s, and have become increasingly popular as attitudes to sex have changed.'Here in Perth, there are more than 40 adult stores across the metropolitan region.
In Sydney in the metropolitan region there are 60 to 70 adult shops,' Maginn says.'The growth of the adult retailing sector has been quite profound in terms of physical stores.But as brothels and sex shops become increasingly acceptable, they're also reinventing their business models to stay relevant in an age of ubiquitous online porn.stores have sprung up in the suburbs in the last decade, often situated side by side to hardware stores and pet food retailers.If not, features unlimited free previews for endless browsing sessions.The webcam offers a streaming video of the woman of your choice.There are new adult webcam services popping up almost every day.