Buying sex to be outlawed, after historic NI vote

In-depth report details economics of sex trade

Vt. lawmakers debate dated abortion, prostitution laws

House Republicans eye sex-trafficking legislation

FBI: Kids forced into prostitution for Super Bowl

Is “sex worker” a legitimate phrase?

Canadian Supreme Court Strikes Down Anti-prostitution Laws

Out of Business: Prostitution in Canada – Putting an End to Demand | EFC

Canada: “With sex-work ruling, Supreme Court can be on the right side of history”

New Prostitution Law Passes French Lower House

Prostitution: France Wants To Punish Clients

Revealed: India is home to nearly half of world’s 30 million modern-day slaves

10th Circuit: Utah sexual solicitation statute doesn’t violate First Amendment

MO: Gay Man Charged With Spreading HIV Claims 300 Partners

Who’s A Victim Of Human Sex Trafficking?

Switzerland opens drive in ‘sex boxes’ to make prostitution safer

‘Some girls have been married 60 times by the time they turn 18′

In Afghanistan, Fathers Barter Daughters to Settle Drug Debts

La. City Police Arrested Men Under Sodomy Law

‘Prostitution pledge’ ruling splits conservatives

When May the Government Require Groups to Endorse Certain Views in Order to Get Government Benefits?

Obama administration slaps Russia, China on sex slavery, trafficking

Prostitutes march ahead of landmark Supreme Court hearing

Bangladesh: Christian children still missing, enslaved

Unlikely coalition of liberals and conservatives is shifting the way we view – and treat – people who sell sex | Salon

    Salon: And now, with eight states handing down felony charges for prostitution — where non-violent, mostly female prostitution offenders are serving in state prison – a battle to lessen criminal penalties has been joined by an unlikely ally. Conservative lawmakers, looking at price tags, are also receptive to changing the way we see – and treat– people working in prostitution.


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Prostitution issue reaches Canadian Supreme Court

Greek Prostitution Soars By 150% As Youth Unempoyment Hits 75% In Some Areas

NY Times argues against anti-prostitution pledge as condition for gov’t grants

Supreme Court to hear arguments on ‘prostitution pledge’

Does requiring groups fighting HIV/AIDS to oppose prostitution violate the right to free speech?

Prostitution policy splits NGOs in top court AIDS case

Amicus Brief on Behalf of the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty and the Christian Legal Society in AID v. AOSI | Eugene Volokh

Supreme Court to consider prostitution and free speech | SCOTUS Blog

Maine’s supreme court to decide whether prostitution johns have a right to privacy

Sex Trafficking at the Super Bowl

Syrian girls ‘sold’ into force ‘marriages’

Legalized prostitution significantly increases human sex trafficking: study

    LifeSiteNews: A study of the impact of legalized prostitution has found that countries where prostitution is legal experience larger reported human trafficking inflows than countries in which prostitution is prohibited. Professor Eric Neumayer of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and a team of researchers analyzed data on human trafficking from a global sample of 116 countries in order to determine what effect a country’s domestic policy on prostitution has on trafficking, whether as a country of origin, transit or destination for victims.


  • Posted: 12/17/2012
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Zurich to open drive-in sex boxes

Brothel owner who employs 80 prostitute wins election as county commissioner in Nevada… and he’s a Republican

ACLU supports decriminalizing prostitution

Canada’s Top Court To Hear Brothel Law Appeal

Argentina Supreme Court amidst protest: Abortion must be allowed in case of prostitution victim

Canadian Supreme Court: Pro-prostitution group can challenge prostitution laws

The New Sexual Predators

How prostitution became France’s hottest social issue

Experts: Laws On Online Prostitution Need Updating

Australian Court Says Motel Can’t Ban Prostitute

U.N. Commission Calls for Legalizing Prostitution Worldwide

Houston’s Strip Clubs Hit by New ‘Pole Tax’

    Wall Street Journal: The City Council passed an ordinance Wednesday that requires strip clubs to pay a $5-per-visitor fee to help pay for the analysis of biological evidence collected from rape victims in hopes of identifying their attackers. . . . The Texas Supreme Court last year rejected a claim that the state fee, sponsored by Ms. Cohen as a state lawmaker, violates free-speech rights by infringing on a mode of expression: sexually suggestive dancing.


  • Posted: 06/28/2012
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Scotland: MSP to press ahead with bid to outlaw paying for sex

Trafficked: Mexican sex slaves seduced and sold to U.S.

Canada: Feds seek to appeal sex-trade ruling on bawdy houses

Afghanistan sees rise in ‘dancing boys’ exploitation

Sex Rights for Children = The Right to Child Rape

Brazilian court acquits child molester, says twelve-year-old girls were prostitutes

Judicial activism not limited to U.S.: Ontario prostitution ruling

Indiana leaders seek sex-trafficking crackdown

Google donating $11.5M to fight modern slavery

China rescues 178 children in trafficking bust

French lawmakers eye punishment for clients of prostitutes in bid to end ‘oldest profession’

Clinton orders review of visa program used for sex trafficking

Differing laws on trafficking impede US crackdown

South Korean credit policies responsible for increased trafficking and prostitution in the U.S.?

Italian Church Criticizes ‘Licentious Conduct’ of the Elite

Use Of Surrogate Sex Partners Rising Among Women

End Human Trafficking: A Contemporary Slavery

Prostitute ‘tax meters’ imposed in Germany

Italy ‘could recover billions in taxes by setting up licensed brothels’

Confronting Human Trafficking in Georgia