It’s not legalization! It’s decriminalization!
They are two different thing, IDIOTS!
“There is no official definition of legalized or decriminalized prostitution. Those who are not familiar with the contemporary discussion about prostitution law reform usually use the term ‘legalization’ to mean any alternative to absolute criminalization, ranging from licensing of brothels to the lack of any laws about prostitution. Most references to law reform in the media and in other contemporary contexts use the term ‘legalization’ to refer to any system that allows some prostitution. These common definitions of legalization are extremely broad. Conflicting interpretations of this term often cause confusion in a discussion of reform….” (Prostitutes’ Education Network, in the article “Prostitution Law Reform: Defining Terms” posted on its website (accessed Feb. 12, 2007)
Also unless you can eradicate poverty that was caused by the problematic social problems such as unemployment etc. There is NOT A CHANCE that sex work will leave the scene until poverty is gone with the wind. So recognize that there are sex workers who say yes to sex work with own free will and give both the forced and the voluntary the help they need the most.
Original by Erik Magnusson published at sydsvenskan.se on 8 May 2014
Counter-proposal on sex purchase
Malmö. Swedish Amnesty goes against the positive view of purchasing sex expressed by Amnesty International.
At its annual meeting in Malmö this weekend, the Swedish section took a clear position against legal prostitution.
Last winter, Amnesty International caused an outcry among Swedish women’s organizations when its International Secretariat in London presented a proposal saying the organization should advocate the decriminalization of the buying and selling of sex.
According to the proposal, it is a human right for both men and women to prostitute themselves and legally sell sexual services.
Legalization is described as a way to grant prostitutes greater autonomy.
Ever since the proposal was presented, the Swedish section of Amnesty International has worked on a consultation response that goes against the parent organization’s proposal. Swedish Amnesty International has endeavored to anchor…
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