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Niki Adams cautions against ‘the Swedish Model’ and raises concerns about the role of the religiously-motivated, State-funded Irish pressure group ‘Ruhama’. Olaf Tyaransen, 27 Feb 2014 “To the moralist, prostitution does not consist so much in the fact that the … Continue reading

Protest criminalisation & police raids vs sex workers TOMORROW 11am


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STOP CRIMINALISATION: SAFETY FIRST PROTEST AGAINST RAIDS, EVICTIONS AND CRIMINALISATION. Walkers Court, Soho. Wednesday 26 February, 11am-12pm.         A motion by MEP Mary Honeyball to criminalise sex workers’ clients is being voted on in Europe tomorrow Wednesday … Continue reading

Mon 24 Feb – Film & discussion with The Association of Hungarian Sex Workers


The English Collective of Prostitutes invites you to a film & discussion with The Association of Hungarian Sex Workers  Where: Crossroads Women’s Centre,25 Wolsey Mews,Kentish Town,London, NW5 2DX When: Monday 24th February 2014, 7-9pm  Film: WHERE IS THE JUSTICE? – Sex … Continue reading

Good article in Irish Times re criminalising clients


Sex workers’ reality is no toy for religious or other moralising Fionola Meredith Irish Times 28th December 2013 Feminists and religious fundamentalists shouldn’t mix. If they do find common cause, it’s often a sign that one-dimensional moral or ideological fanaticism – … Continue reading

Canada’s Supreme Court strikes down prostitution laws


Canada’s Supreme Court strikes down prostitution laws.   UK sex workers hail ruling ‘a victory for decriminalisation everywhere’. We have just heard that the Supreme Court of Canada has unanimously struck down the prostitution laws because they make it “dangerous” for … Continue reading