I was referred to these developments by my loyal readers Nico and Highwayman.
The sexual trade union appears to have won two further victories lately, but suffered one encouraging set back in Canada.
Politicians and feminist lobby groups in Spain – headed by that country’s biggest mangina (Mr.Bean look-a-like prime minister Zapatero) – have effectively forced newspapers to stop running advertisements for the sex trade.
A week after Spain’s prime minister angered many of the country\’s newspaper publishers by calling for a ban on lucrative prostitution ads
Sex ads stop carrying advertisements for prostitution Spanish media told
The Spanish journalists’ federation FAPE on Wednesday backed a call by parliament for the media to stop carrying advertisements for prostitution.
Parliament on Tuesday adopted a proposal urging Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero’s government to take action against the practice within four months.
Further bad news was then relayed to me by Highwayman – Switzerland, proudly independent for hundreds of years, has now become just another sexual colonialist outpost of the EU femi-nazi superstate. It has raised the legal age of prostitution from 16 to 18.
Sex with prostitutes under 18 to be illegal
The government has approved a parliamentary proposal to raise the legal age of prostitution from 16 to 18 in Switzerland.
This aligns Swiss law with the Council of Europe convention on protecting children under 18 from sexual exploitation and abuse.
Better news from Canada though, where an Ontario court struck down a Canadian law that effectively criminilized prostitution. The challenge to the law was made by a sex trade worker, clearly suffering from false consicousness of her own terrible abuse and exploitation…lol.
TORONTO – A sex-trade worker who challenged Canada’s prostitution laws hailed Tuesday as “emancipation day” after provisions that effectively criminalize prostitution were struck down as unconstitutional by an Ontario court.
Laws against keeping a common bawdy house, communicating for the purposes of prostitution and living on the avails of the trade “are not in accord with the principles of fundamental justice,” the Ontario Superior Court ruled.
They put sex-trade workers in danger, the court said.
Of course any such ‘pro-sex’ victory these days can only be made by pointing out the obvious – that such feminist/religious laws are not about actually protecting the supposed female or child ‘victims’, but rather they are clearly endangering them. However, we’re still a few hundred years from living in a society which can recognise that a law can be evil and injust simply because it criminalizes a man and restricts his freedom to have a happy sex life (unless it can be demonstrably proven that a victim is harmed).
It is important to briefly state why fighting against the feminist war on both prostitution and pornography is so important. During the next couple of decades virtual sex will become not only a reality, but likely the preferred option of most men. Already, for example, there are pornography companies developing virtual sex toys that will allow you to have sex with their webcam peformers. In fact, theoretically, one webcam performer could have virtual sex with dozens, or even thousands, of men simultaneously. Developments in pornography and sex toy technology are very soon going to have an effect on the free sexual market that will likely be many times greater than the social upheavels wrought by the introduction of the contraceptive pill. In five years time millions of people will enjoy super fast broadband and will be connected to the web via ultra high definition 3D Google TVs with built-in HD 3D webcams – quite possibly of the autostereoscopic variety (not requiring glasses). In ten years time, the first holograms will be appearing in homes (and bedrooms). In fact holography as part of the adult entertainment business is already a reality (http://www.ereleases.com/pr/digital-illusions-unveils-americas-holographic-nightclub-38146).
It is inevitable that feminists will try to incorporate High-definition 3D webcam performers, holograms and sexbots, and the whole promise of virtual sex, into current and future anti-prostitution laws. Somehow, we have to stop them.