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Radikalfeministenes uredelige symbolkamp

Amnesty International vedtak er en støtte til sexarbeidere som kjemper mot en stadig mer repressiv prostitusjonspolitikk. Forbudslinjen rammer alle men de mest marginaliserte sexarbeiderne, aller hardest.

Astrid Renland

Eksternt Media

New Zealand 'the best country to work as a prostitute', says sex worker advocacy group»

For almost a decade and a half, sex workers in New Zealand have been protected by the Prostitution Reform Act 2003, which sought to decriminalise prostitution.

No sex please, we're Thai »

How about decriminalising it altogether and bringing sex workers under the labour law? That way they can at least get some social welfare and get the same treatment each human deserves.

Inside the ethical brothel»

Dressed in trousers and a loose-fitting shirt, holding her baby to her breast, ­Antonia Murphy is a far cry from pop culture expectations of a brothel madam.

REPUBLIC OF IRELAND: NEW BILL CRIMINALISE CLIENTS OF SEX WORKERS AND INCREASE PENALTIES FOR INDOOR SEX WORKERS »

This Bill introduce the criminalisation of clients as well as increase the penalty for sex workers working together for safety. The Bill also allows the authorities to confiscate the earnings of sex workers as 'proceeds of crime'.

What unites sex workers’ rights and abortion rights movements?»

The Abortion Rights Campaign (ARC) and the Sex Workers’ Alliance Ireland (SWAI) are part of a larger, integrated movement for sexual rights and bodily autonomy.