The European parliament has voted in favour of new prostitution laws
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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