The European parliament has voted in favour of new prostitution laws that criminalize the sex buyer and seller but not the prostituted person
The vote passed Feb 26, 2014 with a large majority of 343 to 139. Mary Honeyball, the Labour MEP for London who put forward the resolution, said it would target “men who treat women’s bodies as a commodity without criminalising women who are driven into sex work”. Read a <a class="colorbox" …read more
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