Danes strongly opposed to feminist attempts to ban prostitution

A recent survey has revealed that Denmark’s residents are strongly opposed to a ban on prostitution.

The news comes this week via a new study commissioned by the Jyllands Posten news agency and conducted by Ramboll Analyse/Danmark. Results from the survey revealed an overwhelming majority of Danes think such a ban would only bring additional danger for those working within the sex industry.

Figures showed that 67% of respondents were against a prostitution ban, whilst only around 20% said they would be in favour of such legislation.

Despite the findings, some Danish lawmakers predictably continue to push for changes to legislation. Rasmus Horn Langhoff of the Socialdemokraterne party said in an interview with Jyllands Posten:

I agree that ratifying a ban will take a lot of work, but we must send a clear message that it is not okay to buy sex because of how negative it is for the women.

However, officials from the Gadejuristen (the Street Lawyer) law agency, which works with sex workers on a regular basis, said that a ban would only make the current situation worse. Lawyer Nanna Gottfredsen said on behalf of the firm:

It’s completely wrong if you think that you can solve serious social issues by criminalising them. Doing this will only worsen the situation. You push the sex workers further into a grey zone. They will hide themselves and their activities and social workers will no longer be able to contact those in need of help.


Meanwhile, a leading Irish escort agency has pleaded with the government to listen to the voices of sex workers themselves rather than the jealous old hags of the sexual trade union :

Miserable Irish politicians considering banning prostitution have been urged to back off by a leading escort agency. MPs and senators mulling over new laws to outlaw customers paying for sex have even been invited to visit the offices of Escort Ireland. The web firm submitted a lengthy appeal to the Leinster House committee looking at law changes.


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How Prostitution Abolitionists Substitute Ideologies for Facts

A supporter of the rights of sex workers delivers a critique of the prostitution abolitionist viewpoint (the sexual trade union viewpoint) :


(excerpt) :

In their Factum to the appeal court, the intervenors are very fond of repeating certain phrases and ideas as if they are the gospel truth when they are nothing more than unsupported ideology. Numerous examples of ideological assertions masquerading as facts appear in their Factum — even some in their “Statement of Facts” section (Part II, pages 4-9). For example, Fact #8 reads:

The sexual exploitation, coercion, and violence that define prostitution are practices committed overwhelmingly by men against their social and economic subordinates, women and children. (p. 4)

The view that prostitution is “defined” by exploitation, coercion, and violence is purely subjective, and was soundly repudiated in the Himel case by a wide range of testimony from sex workers, academic experts, and police. The court found that the laws against prostitution prevented workers from taking certain safety measures, which means that the laws contribute to making it unsafe. Even so, most sex work is still conducted consensually, safely, and civilly. Therefore, violence, coercion, and exploitation are not intrinsic properties of prostitution — they occur under certain conditions that can be improved or fixed, such as by working indoors with others, taking the time to screen clients, or hiring a driver.


A sexual trade unionist responds in the comments section with this diatrabe :

What is a ‘prostitution abolitionist’ and who describes themselves thus?

Prostitution is not going to end. The selling of sex is never going to stop. But let’s not equate working as a cashier with selling time to men during which they insert their penis into women’s bodies. Let’s not ever make the laws such that some women who cannot get other kinds of work will be encouraged, legally, or perseuaded, or forced into prostitution.

This topic – and the efforts of women to decriminalize it, cannot be rationalized. The world is a not a rational place but is filled with contradictions, especially where sex is concerned. Unfortunately, or should that be fortunately, prostitution has to stay exactly where it is. If anyone wants to introduce more health benefits, fine. But don’t make this act of male penetration (and whatever else) into what might be an unwilling participant, legal.

What she appears to be saying is that she cannot understand why the author of the article (I assume a woman) is going against the collective interest of her gender by supporting prostitution. Perhaps she is not middle-aged and ugly (see photo of commentator ‘Sue McPherson’ below)? The world might not be a rational place, but it doesn’t help when feminists fill it with ideological lies and crap, all thinly disguised rationalisations of the primal needs of their aging vaginas in a free sexual market.

Sue McPherson

Ukranian Police Crush Naked Feminist Demo

Feminists in the Ukraine have been demonstrating against prostitution, ahead of the European football championships to be held there next year.  You know what that means, of course – the usual 100,000 trafficked women world cup/olympics/super bowel figure plucked out of femihag’s lying arseholes.
Only this demonstration was a little bit different. The women in this feminist activist group – ‘Femen’ – are not only young, but they have a habit of demonstrating with their tits out for the lads. Whilst not as pug ugly as your typical garden variety feminist, they only appear relatively non sick bag requiring because they are Ukranian, and the average Ukranian female is 1 or 2 notches above her foreign counterpart.  So even the plain, sexually disadvantaged young Ukranian woman is better looking than an American/British 6 or 7. And of course because they are young and naked. But judge for yourself :

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Ukraine women activists strip to protest prostitution Euro 2012

KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukrainian women’s rights activists have staged a topless demonstration at Kiev’s Olympic Stadium to protest what they say are attempts to legalize prostitution during the 2012 European Championship.

Five members of the Femen group chanted slogans and displayed banners criticizing tournament organizer UEFA.

Femen spokeswoman Inna Shevchenko says UEFA is “trying to influence our government” to legalize prostitution during the June 8-July 1 tournament. UEFA is making the draw Friday.

Kiev police arrived at the gates of the downtown stadium five minutes later.

The women were dragged into a police vehicle and driven away.

Femen has established an international reputation for staging protests in Ukraine and abroad.

Most of the pictures above were taken from Bild.de.

LA billboard companies refuse message disputing claims that sex workers are trafficked or enslaved

From press release from swaay.org

swaay mobile billboard advertAfter being rejected by every billboard company in Los Angeles, the sex workers’ rights project SWAAY (Sex Work Activists, Allies, and You) has launched their public awareness campaign with a mobile billboard, which will be running for eight days between November 1 and November 9, 2011.

SWAAY’s text-only billboard reads, Sex worker: a person who consensually exchanges their own sexual labor or sexual performance for compensation. Sex work is not the same as forced sex trafficking or sex slavery. Learn about the people and facts behind sex work at SWAAY.org.

Any variation of the group’s message was banned by Clear Channel, CBS, Lamar, Regency, Van Wagner, Avant Outdoor, LA Transit Authority, and Outdoor Solutions, but was finally picked up by a mobile billboard company.

SWAAY was founded in June of this year to address the public’s misconceptions due to the lack of factual and accessible information about sex work, and to fight against the outright lies and junk science statistics pushed by moral and religious crusaders who advocate for further criminalization and stigmatization of sex workers.

A sex worker is a person who exchanges their own sexual labor or sexual performance for compensation, such as an escort/prostitute, porn star, stripper, dominatrix, phone sex operator, sensual masseuse, or web cam performer. Sex workers are part of the larger sex industry – which includes adult movie directors, club owners, webmasters, retail stores, and more – but are distinct because their job involves making money off of their own sexual labor, not writing about, photographing, managing, or selling the sexual labor or performances of others.

Bad laws and hurtful social stigmas work together in a vicious cycle that makes life more dangerous and difficult for the people who engage in sex work, says Sabrina Melmoth, a volunteer with the group. SWAAY seeks to chip away at both problems by sharing non-sensationalized, first-person information about life as a sex worker, and advocating for the full decriminalization of sex work.


After the brutal murders of at least 3 prostitutes, police and sex workers call for debate on legalisation – silence from feminists

In the week that a British serial killer who murdered at least three prostitutes was jailed for life, the Association of Police Officers called for a debate on the relaxation of prostitution laws.


There is more chance of hell freezing over than the sexual trade union ever allowing men easier access to cheap, anonymous sex.  What on Earth, in their selfish brood mare eyes, has preventing the slaughter of sex workers got to do with  promoting the ‘rights’ of women??

some people involved in sex work want more fundamental changes to the legislation surrounding prostitution, such as designated red-light zones or decriminalised brothels.In the UK selling sex in itself is not illegal, but brothels and street prostitution are against the law.

“It means the people that are there to protect you, can also arrest you,” said Rosie Campbell of the UK Network of Sex Work Projects, “so [sex workers] can be reluctant to go the police.”

In Blackpool the authorities have been cracking down on prostitution.

Joanne Andrew, who owns a massage parlour in the town, was recently convicted of running a brothel.

The law only allows one person to sell sex in a property. To avoid a further prosecution she says women have had to leave the relative safety of her building, to work on the streets.

“I had a girl who worked for me a while ago, who was assaulted and dragged into a van by three guys,” said Ms Andrew.

“She came back and asked me for a job but I couldn’t give her one.”

No one from Blackpool Council was available to discuss the issue of safety but in a statement they said: “We are committed to cleaning up Blackpool and that includes a zero tolerance approach to illegal activities such as prostitution.

“This will involve taking the strongest possible action, including prosecution.”

For most police forces prostitution is not a priority.

With shrinking budgets the police tend to concentrate on cases where they suspect people have been trafficked or forced into sex work – although different forces have different strategies.

Swedish Feminists Claim Success in Raping Men

A Swedish report last week declared their government’s prostitution law, which criminilizes men who pay for sex, to have been a great success.  I haven’t started to put the report through Google translation so I’m not yet in a position to properly critique it (at least Swedish femi-nazi ‘research’ appears to be published online – unlike British and American Government sponsored trash).  Judging from the link she provides in her Guardian article, I doubt if the British sexual trade unionist Julie Bindel has read it in translation either.  But there’s no doubting the fact that she is delighted enough with the study’s reported findings, delighted enough to predict that they will be enough to force a similar law to be passed in the UK.

Miss Julie certainly has read the countless British academic studies and papers that have already been published criticising the Swedish law – she’s only too happy to mention them, sure in the knowledge that the conclusions of an ‘independent commission’ are enough to negate each and every one of them. Except that the ‘independent’ commission was, ahem, appointed by the Swedish government and its femi-nazi justice minister Beatrice Ask (54) – the same minister who recently caused outrage even in feminist Sweden for calling on wives and daughters to name and shame fathers  merely suspected of paying for sex with prostitutes.

By what criteria has the Swedish law been a success?  Julie Brindle’s article hasn’t got much to say about any possible reduction in alleged human trafficking in Sweden (probably because such trafficking was minute in the first place), but she does gloat that it has halved the number of men paying for sex with street hookers.  In other words, the law has been a success because Swedish men seem to understand that if they seek cheap anonymous paid for sex over a committed and faithful relationship with a woman as ugly as the average feminist, they face being beaten and raped in the local sex offender unit.

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