The Men Who Buy Women for Sex
Sex buyers are more concerned with the quality of the "sexual service" they receive than the fact that women they pay to exploit are not there by choice and are gravely harmed by being prostituted.
What it's really like when sugar daddies pay your way through university
Jessica Hyer, 24, says vulnerable girls are being lured into dangerous sex work by the promise of introductions to wealthy, generous mentors
One is not born, but rather becomes, a john: shifting the focus of the prostitution debate
Beatriz Ranea Triviño: Feminist activist, researcher for the Complutense University of Madrid and expert in prostitution a...
‘I paid for her, I can do what I want with her’: No you can’t saysTom Meagher at anti-prostitution campaign launch
Prostitution: We Don’t Buy It Launched this week in Ireland, ‘Prostitution – We Don’t Buy It’ is an Irish movement organised by The Reach Project, e
Purchasing Consent – A Male Choice
Tom Meagher A rejoinder to Minister Halligan and others. The sentence “it's not ok to pay for sex” is controversial and often unpopular, one that invites accusations of moralisng (as if the opposite position somehow exists outside our moral universe) and prudishness (as if it is simply sex and not the systematic oppression of women…
Punters: Thoughts & Notes
The following is from the eBook Notes From The Feminist Underground The question is usually asked by radical feminists, and often there is no answer, or an answer that seems logically unrealistic or insufficient. How important are punters in informing the prostitution culture and ergo, the culture at large? Why are they so often silent…
MYTH: Punters respect the women they buy
Any claims that punters respect the women they buy and never use those who are unwilling or appear to have been forced or drugged are exposed as a lie by the comments that punters themselves post on sites like Punternet. What they say makes it clear that they do not care a jot for the…
Men who pay for sex reveal what goes through their minds - but
The majority of people who pay for sex in Britain are men. In fact, according to research published last year, one in 10 British males have visited a prostitute.
Its in the Ignorance: Paying for Sex
Buying sexual service is always, by its very nature, morally problematic. When a punter rents a person's body for sexual use - irrespective of the tone of the advertisement or circumstance of the transaction - the only thing he can know with certainty about her is that she needs his money. However gushing her website is about loving men and loving sex (as…