MYTH: Legalising Prostitution Reduces the Stigma
If legalising prostitution made it safe and reduced the stigma for the women, we would expect to see these benefits in the state of Victoria, in Australia, where the sex trade has been completely legal for the last 33 years. Jacqueline Gwynne draws on her experience as a receptionist in a high-end legal brothel in…
Meme about rape in New Zealand since the full decriminalisation of the sex trade
Nordic Model Now! recently shared a meme on Facebook and Twitter saying, "Since full decriminalisation of the sex trade in 2003, New Zealand has seen a huge increase in domestic violence and rape. This is related to the normalisation and acceptance of women as objects for use, abuse and discard." This post explains evidence that…
Legal brothels linked to international sex trafficking rings
LEGAL brothels in NSW and Victoria are operating unchecked despite police investigations implicating them in human trafficking, sex slavery and organised crime.
The NRA tactics of Australia’s ‘sex work’ lobby
Following the death of Michaela Dunn, Australian “sex worker rights” advocates disseminated arguments designed to confuse the public about the cause of her death – arguments to distract and dissuade public-policy action against the country’s lucrative sex industry as a profiteer from trafficking, degradation, injury and death. Sound familiar?
Sex offender released from WA prison and given conditional access to sex workers
Edward William Latimer has spent most of his adult life in prison for offences including sexual assaults and wilful exposure
J’AI ETE RECEPTIONNISTE DANS UN BORDEL LEGAL …
Et ça m’a fait comprendre que la prostitution est tout sauf un travail normal PAR JACQUELINE GWYNNE Jacqueline Gwynne a écrit des articles pour « Collective Shout » et « Nordic Model Now ». Son histoire figure dans le livre « Prostitution Narratives » édité par Melinda Tankard…
This is what really happens when prostitution is decriminalised
The hardest battle I have ever fought as a feminist campaigner against male violence is against the expansion and normalisation of prostitution. During research for my book, in which I seek to expose the truth about the sex trade, I encountered a twisted version of reality – propagated by the so-called “sex worker’s rights” movement – that rebrands and sanitises the sex trade