Amnesty International have just voted to protect rights of pimps & johns worldwide. They better be ready for a 30 year fight, because I am.
— Rachel Moran (@RachelRMoran) August 11, 2015
Along w/ all of us who can still call ourselves women's rights organizations, must stand together now more than ever https://t.co/ATiaImghFT
— CATW International (@CATWIntl) August 11, 2015
— Sarah M Mah (@sarahmmah) August 11, 2015
Our statement about Amnesty International's vote today http://t.co/dPVST8D4oX
— nia (@nia_endingVAWG) August 11, 2015
— VancouverRapeRelief (@VanRapeRelief) August 11, 2015
— LDNAbusedWomenCentre (@endwomanabuse) August 11, 2015
— equalitynow (@equalitynow) August 11, 2015
A betrayal of women’s human rights: Amnesty condemned by charity specialising in supporting trafficked women and… http://t.co/CSrhAkDrnx
— womensviewsonnews (@newsaboutwomen) August 11, 2015
— SPACE International (@SPACEintl) August 11, 2015
Right all you human rights defenders that care about abused and exploited women over and beyond pimps and sex buyers. Let's never give up
— Julie Bindel (@bindelj) August 11, 2015
on my to-do list: agitate for repeal of the 1833 Anti-Slavery Act, because #abolition only drives it further underground (wherever that is).
— helen pringle (@helenpringle) August 11, 2015
— Heather Mallick (@HeatherMallick) August 11, 2015
.@Amnesty has voted to stand with pimps and johns- the exploiters, rather than the exploited. Seems human rights do not extend to women.
— Caitlin Roper (@caitlin_roper) August 11, 2015
Endorsing decrim of pimping & brothel keeping (aka commercial sexual exploitation) = historic failure by 2015 leadership of @amnesty.
— Kat Banyard (@KatBanyard) August 11, 2015
What's safer for women @amnesty? Holland where decrim resulted in 127 prostituted women murdered in 16 years or Sweden with 0 women murdered
— Megan Walker (@meggiewalk) August 12, 2015
Pimps and johns can celebrate their human right to buy and abuse women has just been given Amnesty's stamp of approval. #NoAmnesty4Pimps
— Anber Raz (@SheRa176) August 11, 2015
I have lost trust in #AmnestyInternational I will find another human rights organization that also supports the human rights of women.
— Elísabet Ronalds (@Betaer) August 11, 2015
Very upset, angered, hurt, devastated and confused by AI. So the prostituted are not human enough to have human rights. Shameful.
— Rebecca Mott (@RebeccaMott1) August 11, 2015
— Anna Djinn (@annadjinn) August 11, 2015
Amnesty no longer a Human Rights organisation. Clearly it's only men's rights they defend. https://t.co/sHsRS2r4qC
— StephanieDavies-Arai (@cwknews) August 11, 2015
Dear @AmnestyUK please consider this tweet as my signing off as a supporter. Seems you are more interested in men than women.
— Nimko Ali (@NimkoAli) August 11, 2015
— Inge Reed (@IngeReed) August 11, 2015
— Karen Ingala Smith (@K_IngalaSmith) August 11, 2015
— Otto (@Ottomaggic) August 11, 2015
— Sue Riley (@susanriley66) August 11, 2015
— Audioseal (@AudioSeal1) August 11, 2015
— That Big Old Moon (@Bigoldsupermoon) August 11, 2015
— Sasha (@Sasha_CA) August 11, 2015
— Linda MacDonald (@lindamacnst) August 12, 2015
We should vote to have all possible industries decriminalised and deregulated in the name of workers' rights. The market will protect them.
— ᵘᵐˡºˡ'ᵈᵘⁿⁿº (@umlolidunno) August 12, 2015
— RADFEM DALEK (@radfemdalek) August 11, 2015