…. happy to oblige. Actually, make that – unhappy. With sincere gratitude to all the great abolitionists out there who have written brilliantly, caringly and extensively on all of these isses, including the many I’m not quoting here … but … Weiterlesen →
In Lisbon, the City Council is set to implement a „regulatory“ model for „sex work“. If this goes ahead, other municipalities in Portugal may well follow. Please sign and spread this petition (Google Translate version, the petitition is in Portuguese): … Weiterlesen →
In international sex industry marketing, New Zealand is touted as the “new model”. The “German model” has lost its usefulness as the sheer brutality resulting from implementing the sex industry’s demands can no longer be denied (not that pro-prostitution lobbyists … Weiterlesen →
New Zealand is often touted as a kind, fair and good “sex work“ paradise. Let’s say – that might depend on a certain “conceptualization” of “paradise”. Survivors’ statements: Rae Story – Interview with prostitute survivor & feminist Rae … Weiterlesen →
Kofra – Kommunikationszentrum für Frauen is a women’s advocacy centre. Stop Sexkauf and Abolition 2014 are secular and feminist, advocating for the abolishment of prostitution via viable support for women in prostitution and the penalization of the buyer, as he … Weiterlesen →
In their call for submissions, UN Women mentions a number of documents: Question 1) The 2030 Agenda commits to universality, human rights and leaving nobody behind. How do you interpret these principles in relation to sex work/trade or prostitution? Question … Weiterlesen →
UN Women ruft folgende Einzelpersonen und Gruppen auf, sich zum Thema zu äußern:
„Verschiedene Personen und Gruppen, Agenturen und Organisationen, die ein Interesse and diesem Thema haben: Sexarbeiter_innen/Sexarbeitsgruppen, Ausgestiegene aus/Überlebende der Prostitution und Gruppen, die sie vertreten, feministische und Frauenrechtsorganisationen. Die Ansicht anderer UN Gruppierungen und von Mitgliedsstaaten werden auch gehört werden.
UN Women invites the following people and groups for its consultation:
Our work on policy positioning will include hearing from various people and groups, agencies and organizations which have an interest in this issue including: sex workers/ sex worker groups, survivors of prostitution and groups representing them, feminist and women’s rights organizations. The views of other UN entities and Member States will also be heard.
The pdf versions of the UN Women call for submissions („Consultation seeking views on the UN Women approach to sex work, the sex trade and prostitution“) are here:
Yes, indeed: being trafficked into engaging in prostitution under brutal circumstances being the victim of ‚dirigistive‘ pimping being sexually assaulted being kept prisoner in an apartment …. …. is no longer being the victim of a brutal crime. No. It’s … Weiterlesen →
Any discussion of prostitution soon finds itself confronted with various types of myths. Here is a typology – with examples. In the end, they all are toxic. Myth These are the primary myths around „sex work“ itself, still believed and … Weiterlesen →