Members of a Bosnia wheelchair basketball club are launching a campaign to legalize prostitution in the country to help disabled people "achieve their right to love."
Marinko Umicevic, president of the club Vrbas, said Wednesday that Bosnia had to catch up with 21st century Europe, where he said some people with disabilities "even get state subsidies to pay for sex."
Umicevic said some of his players had never had sex and legalizing the sex trade would help people like them achieve their basic rights. Club members were organizing a petition on the proposal in Banja Luka.
Unfortunately, 21st century Europe may not be so progressive as these disabled men would like to believe. A care home in the UK is 'under investigation' after reports that staff allowed prostitutes to brighten the lives of its disabled residents :
A spokesman for East Sussex County Council said: "We plan to examine allegations of prostitutes going into a care home."
A multi-agency team, including the council, set up to protect the safety of vulnerable people, will investigate the allegations, he said.
"They will see if the allegations are true and whether or not there are any concerns surrounding them," the spokesman said.
Ian Macrae, editor of the website disability now, defended the right of disabled people to enjoy such visits.
"Disabled people have a right to spend the money the government gives them on whatever they like, including sex, but this does open up a wider debate about society’s attitude to sex and disabled people in general," he said.
Naturally, the psychopathic feminists who make anti-prostitution laws and regulations don't care for the voices either of the sex workers or the disabled men fighting for their right to enjoy the only sex they can hope to get. The sex workers are 'trafficked' and 'exploited' whatever they may say, and the disabled men are either being taken advantage of or are guilty of 'supplying the demand' for trafficked women.