Decriminalization makes it harder to support prostituted women during the coronavirus pandemic.
The woke left don’t believe their own hype, and the sooner you get honest, the sooner you get free.
In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with
The New Zealand Prostitutes’ Collective response to COVID-19 highlights the fact that full decriminalization of prostitution does not actually protect women.
Last week, 22-year-old Marylène Lévesque was murdered by a 51-year-old man named Eustachio Gallese. Lévesque was in prostitution, employed by a Quebec “massage parlour,” where men paid her for sex. The Montreal Gazette…
Women’s motivations for paying for sex are notably different than men’s, and demonstrate we are a long way from female sexual liberation.
Raquel Rosario Sanchez speaks with four women who participated in a recent event looking at the experiences of women of colour in the sex trade, and the connection between racism and prostitution.
Thousands of migrant women and girls are being silently smuggled into the UK for sex trafficking every year — the UK government needs to ensure its immigration laws aren’t making it harder for those women to escape their abusers.
The porn industry drives prostitution, which means critics of pornography cannot challenge one without challenging the other.
Another research paper promoting the legalization of prostitution as beneficial has been released. Titled, “Associations between sex work laws and sex workers’ health: A systematic review and meta-analysis of quantitative and qualitative…
I am never relieved when evil men die. Rather, I feel angry — ripped off. Those men never got their comeuppance. Today, a king among evil men died too soon. Just 24…
The sex trade lobby disrupted a recent conference on sexual exploitation — Caitlin Roper and Sabrinna Valisce recount what happened.
There is an unresolvable contradiction when a rape crisis centre supports “sex work.”
Women in impoverished countries are exploited by Western men who publicly declare solidarity with women but behave differently in private.
In giving official honours to women who have advocated for the legalization of prostitution, the Queen effectively legitimizes the sex trade.