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5 Reasons We Must Decriminalise the Sex Industry – And Fast Human Rights 

5 Reasons We Must Decriminalise the Sex Industry – And Fast

(NM) – I am not a pimp or a trafficker. I am neither a rape apologist nor someone who excuses violence against women. I do not believe men have a right to buy sex, or that anyone, of any gender, should be forced to sell sex. One might have thought these things go without saying, and yet they are examples of some of the vitriol levied at us – those that advocate for the decriminalisation of the sex industry. In recent weeks, the establishment media has provided a platform – an ‘everywhere-you-turn’ kind of platform – to anti-prostitution feminists. Julie Read More

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More Pop-Up Brothels Crop Up in Britain Featured Unaimed 

More Pop-Up Brothels Crop Up in Britain

England (Sputnik) – The problem of pop-up brothels continues to crop up in British towns and in newspaper headlines, with police in Wiltshire being the latest force to reveal it has an issue with temporary-run sex houses opening and closing in Swindon. Officers say they are dealing with around 30 pop-up brothels based in residential areas just six months after a Romanian gang were busted for opening brothels in the town and more than 40 potential victims of human trafficking were identified. Reports across the UK of temporary #brothels, where rooms r rented for just a few days before women are swiftly moved on to evade detection — Read More

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