The French Model (En)
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Yesterday France became the fifth country in Europe to adopt the Nordic Model, which penalises the buyers instead of the sellers of sex. Feminists have hailed this as a landmark step for France and the fight for gender equality as a whole, but outside the French parliament sex workers were protesting the new measures. Why?
France’s ‘Non’ to the Notion of ‘Sex Work’ Is a Blow Against the Exploitation of Women By Janice G. Raymond The passage of a law that criminalizes sex buyers and decriminalizes those who are prostituted sends a powerful rebuke to Amnesty International, which has taken a misguided stance on an issue of human rights. - 2016/04/12
"Pimps only exist in order to respond to a demand. Without customers to buy prostitutes there is no market and so no pimps or human trafficking, which only exist through them and for them. It is then illogical that only pimps be prosecuted while they are only in the second rank of causality. Customers are the reason and principal cause of the system of prostitution and of the violence which flows from it. They are directly responsible for pimps and the trade which have no other object than keep