This qualitive study deals with the subject „Female sexwork and relationships with conveniences in the context of `Wiener Wohnungslosenhilfe´“
Homeless women or women who are likely to lose their homes, are trying to hide these challenging live situations by going into the so-called hidden homelessness. That means, that they are living in precarious and insecure living conditions and circumstances, which are based on dependency and obedience in relationships. In these relationships the women are experiencing an unbalanced arrangement of power, but this situation could also be seen as a self-determined effort to handle the situation. This bachelor thesis focuses on clients of the „Wiener Wohnungslosenhilfe“, who are using their sexuality to arise financial and tangible hedge. In other words, it is about women who are working as sexworkers or women who live in a context of an unbalanced and maybe even abusive relationship, that they – on the other hand side - highly benefit from. This paper presents empirical evidence and hypothesises on female sexwork and relationships with conveniences in the context of “Wiener Wohnungslosenhilfe”.