Natural abolition of prostitution

A campaign has been raised on :-

This is essentially to put in place the process for the natural abolition of prostitution.

Why the contribution is important

  1. In order to protect young children, responsible adults and vulnerable (protected) persons the Sexual Offences Act 2003 should be strictly enforced in order to manage prostitution in a legalised way, and ultimately leading to its natural abolition.  This is also an opportunity to instil some real values back into the community.

by user815952 on November 24, 2013 at 05:51PM

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  • Posted by user920528 December 13, 2013 at 16:32

    What? Abolish the oldest profession? Get real.

    I am a woman, not part of the sex industry, and have no problem with it. However many of the women involved have problems which cause them to sell sex and it is THOSE underlying problems we should tackle so that they can find a better life.
  • Posted by user815952 December 27, 2013 at 20:49

    Agreed, that it is the underlying probelems that create the need for prostitution, that need to be addressed.
    This is why it titled "Natural Abolition of Prostitution." It will take time, but we should at least put in place the process now.
  • Posted by user815952 January 18, 2014 at 12:32

    There are currently several schemes and orgainsations working towards this cause. The consultation attached in the link below asks for peoples views on the proposals to reinstate Domestic Violence and Sexual Violence Services in Bristol, which also cover sex workers, and looks at addressing the root cause issues why people go into such work. A big thank you to all those involved! xxx[…]09660e-326c474428-353477829
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