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Demand Abolition: A Brief Review of the Evidence on the Consequences of Legalizing or Decriminalizing Prostitution

Fact Sheet on Decriminalization Demand Abolition

The idea that legalizing or decriminalizing commercial sex would reduce its harms is a persistent myth. Many claim if the sex trade were legal, regulated, and treated like any other profession it would be safer. But the research says otherwise. Countries that have legalized or decriminalized commercial sex often experience more human trafficking, pimping, and other related crimes. The following research affirms that legalization or decriminalization is not the answer to reducing the harms inherent to commercial sex.

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