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According to the Research and Documentation Centre, this will affect one third of all sex workers. Parliament will vote on the law proposal before the end of the year. Most political parties have expressed their support of the law. Holland is moving more into criminalizing sex workers, violating their privacy rights and is moving away from Amnesty's proposal to decriminalize it and protect sex workers' rights. This country is really going crazy.

It is often the only option for sex workers who wish to work independently in a situation where cities consistently refuse to give out licenses to any sex worker due to stigma. By working unlicensed, sex workers also avoid the oppressive regulations and financially exploitative reality of the legal framework.

But now they actually want to throw sex workers in jail for not being able to get this impossible to get permit. According to Hella Dee, unlicensed sex workers face all the issues of working within a criminalised environment, especially regarding police harassment. Sex workers report an increase in police violence and intimidation. Police officers out sex workers to landlords and non-sex work employers, leading to eviction and loss of non-sex work income. Parents are reported to social services based solely on their profession.

Police officers enter sex worker homes without their permission and ask personal questions about their private sex lives - the proposed Act Regulation Prostitution WRP aims to legalise this practice. Tax office will demand high fines based on unrealistic assumptions about the number of clients sex workers see. PROUD also calls on the association of sex workers and allies to take action against this law. Thankfully just one arrest so far under Northern Ireland's new law criminalising men and endangering sex workers.

Sex worker support groups said that the figures, released under the Freedom of Information Act, proved that the measures could not be enforced. The legislation, which came into effect in June means that sex workers are no longer able to make basic security checks such as getting to know who their customers are.

Meanwhile it has the potential to destroy the lives of men and their families just for wanting to get laid. The Northern Ireland justice minister has said he disagrees with plans to make it illegal to pay for sex in the Republic after The Times reported that just one man was prosecuted under similar legislation in the North. David Ford said the laws, brought in after a vote in the Northern Ireland Assembly in June, were the result of populism rather than practicalism and are not useful.

Extreme health and safety rules will require diving suits for porn performers in California. The regulations would take effect likely during the second quarter of This isn't regulation; this is a complete shut down adult production, stated. Asking adult performers to wear goggles is up there with asking ballerinas to wear boots. It does not only not match the threat, and it effectively prohibits production in California.

French Senate votes against regressive law to criminalise men for paying for sex. Senators voted to against the bill. They have argued that many prostitutes' rights groups are against such a criminalisation of clients.

Sex workers and groups who have opposed the plan, say it can lead prostitutes to hide from police and go off the streets, exposing them to more violence and abuses. The bill to punish prostitutes' clients must therefore now be discussed by a conciliation committee to find a joint version for both Houses of Parliament.

If not, the National Assembly, which proposed the bill, will have the last word. The redesigned Playboy, 62 years after it was launched by Hefner, will still feature a Playmate of the Month and glamour pictures but they will be rated PG an advisory rating that cautions that material may be inappropriate for children under The Playboy website has already been given a makeover and made safe to read at work, resulting in younger readers and an increase in web traffic. The chief content officer of the magazine, Cory Jones, said the magazine would be more accessible and more intimate, admitting: Twelve-year-old me is very disappointed in current me.

But it's the right thing to do. The magazine's circulation has dropped from 5. So now we will see if anybody actually does read the magazine for the articles. Irish government decides to proceed with nasty bill to criminalise men for buying sex. It is unclear if it will or will not decriminalise sex workers in brothels or on the streets.

A group which calls itself the sex workers alliance of Ireland said it was a sad day for sex workers and that there are efforts in Sweden to decriminalise sex workers or soliciting by prostitutes.

New legislation on sexual offences criminalises paying for sex with prostitutes, but ensures the person offering sexual services is not guilty of a crime.

Presumably Ireland does not have laws against inciting people their customers to commit a crime. Minister for Injustice Frances Fitzgerald published the Criminal Law Sexual Offences Bill on Wednesday, claiming she was committed to addressing the very real and tragic crimes of trafficking and exploitation associated with prostitution. I am convinced that targeting the demand for such services is the way forward.

Ms Fitzgerald said her proposals mirrored the approach adopted in Northern Ireland and other jurisdictions which she said had seen a reduction in demand for the services provided by prostitutes. The Alabama House Ways and Means Committee passed the proposed porn tax in a vote for an extortionately high rate of tax to offset a massive budget shortfall. The tax will apply to any and all forms of pornographic or sexually explicit content purchased in the state of Alabama, including, but not limited to, pornographic magazines, adult videos, and online adult rentals.

Thanks to the state Senate, Alabama was able to avoid an anticipated First Amendment lawsuit over its budget proposal, which included an extortionate tax on pornography. As proposed, the tax on porn was clearly unconstitutional. The First Amendment protects artistic expression, even if pornographic.

Alabama, by taxing the specific category of pornographic material, is directly engaging in content-based discrimination, something the Supreme Court does not allow. Indeed, in the case Police Department v. Mosely , the Court noted that above all else, the First Amendment means that the government has no power to restrict expression because of its message, its ideas, its subject matter, or its content.

Thus, regulations that treat a category of content differently than other categories will be held unconstitutional unless it passes the exacting legal test of strict scrutiny. Strict scrutiny requires a compelling governmental interest that is narrowly tailored to be the least restrictive means of accomplishing that interest.

Absent those factors, a law will be deemed unconstitutional. Dutch sex workers get a new red light area The new prostitution zone will be very close to the former sex boats on Zandpad -- between the gas station and sewage treatment plant. The window brothels on the Nieuwe Zandpad will open in at the earliest. There will be space for up to sex workers. Another bill has been introduced into the South Australia's Upper House to legalise prostitution.

Labor MP Steph Key is in charge of the bill's drafting and has introduced similar legislation several times in the past, but ultimately without success. In a strategic move, the bill is this time being introduced in the Upper House so its opponents are confronted sooner than later. Independent Scottish MSP proposes a member's bill to promote sex worker safety and the decriminalisation of prostitution. The plans include allowing more than one prostitute to work from the same premises and giving sex workers more employment rights in the workplace.

It is based on New Zealand's arrangement for legal prostitution. Sex workers have been systematically ignored while laws which expose them to violence and stigma have been preserved or extended.

These proposals take on board not only the experience and concerns of sex workers, but also reflect a growing international consensus that what sex workers most need is safety and labour rights, not the risks which come from criminalisation.

The purchase and sale of sex is currently legal, but in general, the law prevents sex workers from being able to work safely, and that must end. There is no reason why sex work should only be permissible if a single person works alone in their flat, for example. That law leaves sex workers vulnerable to violence and exploitation, as do the current laws on street-based sex work, which also seriously hamper sex workers' ability to move on to other work.

Fundamentally, we would welcome any proposals that make women - and anyone involved in prostitution - safer, healthier, and more likely to enjoy a full range of human rights. We believe that giving them access to safety, protection, healthcare and support, as well as economic independence are of paramount importance. By Dr Catherine Hakim. New evidence from international sex surveys show large and continuing differences between male and female perspectives on sexuality in all cultures.

Male sexual desire is manifested at least twice as often as female desire, and men would like to have sex twice as often as women. This gap in sexual desire between men and women is growing over time and cannot be dismissed as an out-dated patriarchal myth as argued by some feminists. The sexual deficit among heterosexual men helps to explain many puzzles, including why men are the principal customers for commercial sexual entertainments of all kinds.

It is no surprise that sex workers male and female cater to men almost exclusively. Male demand for sex invariably outstrips female demand.

Demand for commercial sex is therefore inevitable and the sex industry is likely to continue to flourish in the 21st century. Not only does male demand for sexual activity greatly outstrip non-commercial female supply, but economic growth, globalisation and the Internet facilitate access to the world's oldest profession. Several factors suggest that the male sex deficit will not disappear, and might even grow in the 21st century.

Women's increasing economic independence allows them to withdraw from sexual markets and relationships that they perceive to offer unfair bargains, especially if they already have enough children or do not want any. Changes in national sex ratios towards a numerical surplus of men helps women to reset the rules in their own favour in developed societies. A key objection to the sex industry is that it damages women and that the presence of porn, lap-dancing and prostitution in a country promotes rape and other violence against women.

However, although there are too few rigorous studies to draw definitive conclusions, all the available evidence points in the direction of prostitution and erotic entertainments having no noxious psychological or social effects, and they may even help to reduce sexual crime rates.

In many countries, including Britain, it is perfectly legal to sell sexual services; however any third-party involvement is illegal. The aim is to prevent exploitation by pimps or madams. The effect is to criminalise the industry and brothels, to prevent girls working together in a flat for their mutual protection, to prevent anyone from lawfully supplying services to a sex worker or even rent a flat to them.

The commercial sex industry is impervious to prohibitions and cannot be eliminated. Countries that criminalise buyers such as Sweden simply push demand abroad to countries with a more sex-positive culture. Policies that criminalise sellers directly, or criminalise third parties who supply them with services, simply push the sex industry underground, increasing risks for sex workers.

The sex industry is estimated to be worth over four billion pounds to the British economy. It should be completely decriminalised. Alabama lawmaker thinks that a massive tax on adult products will bail out the state. Any book, magazine, newspaper, printed or written matter, writing, description, picture, drawing, animation, photograph, motion picture, film, video tape, pictorial presentation, depiction, image, electrical or electronic reproduction, broadcast, transmission, video download, telephone communication, sound recording, article, device, equipment, matter, oral communication, depicting breast or genital nudity or sexual conduct.

The tax hike would be in addition to the state, city and county sales taxes already in place, which usually runs up another 10 percent in costs. We have created a class of products in this state that you have to be 18 to purchase and they have excise taxes on them. The state is broke. Montgomery insiders say it has a realistic chance to pass, as Williams has accrued 26 co-sponsors for his bill, including Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard.

See article from extremetech. See article from opendemocracy. Sex workers in Milan set to fall victim to mayor making up health safety and rules to enforce moral agenda. The sex workers should be treated as employees who work on road construction and forced to wear clothes that make them visible. Sex workers caught a second time without the right highway clothing will be hauled into the police station.

We are almost ready with the definitive draft of the document. I hope to have it [the ordinance] up and running by the start of September, Sinigaglia told teh newspaper Corriere Della Sera. See article from dailymail.

Amnesty International votes for a policy calling for the decriminalisation of sex work. The human rights group is set to review its internal policy document on sex work at a meeting in Dublin next month. But the Coalition Against Trafficking in Women CATW said that if the new policy was adopted, Amnesty would in effect advocate the legalisation of pimping, brothel owning and sex buying that forms the basis of the lucrative global sex industry. Amnesty is reviewing its policy amid evidence that criminalising adults for consensual sex work can lead to greater abuse against sex workers.

The charity is in the final stages of receiving feedback on the draft policy but stressed that no decision had yet been made. See article from vice. You might have noticed a shit-storm around sex work in your newsfeed this week: Amnesty was accused of being onside with pimps, there were lots of open letters and there were even more opinions.

The Guardian's high priestesses of PC speak in favour of a violent and exploitative environment for sex workers. Obviously, Amnesty is right to say that sex workers have human rights and that these should be respected The broadest coalitions unite around the narrowest agendas.

A call to legalise sex work is a distraction from Amnesty's core mission, and dangerous to it too. Read the full article. Amnesty must stand firm on decriminalising sex work. What should matter to Amnesty's directors and members is the strong, growing and undeniable evidence collected by academics and international organisations such as the World Health Organisation , Human Rights Watch and the Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women that criminalising any aspect of sex work makes sex workers more vulnerable to sexual and other forms of violence, forced rehabilitation, arrests, deportation and contracting HIV.

What should matter even more is the voice of the sex workers themselves, who from every corner of the world are organising -- often in the most difficult environments -- to advocate for their rights and to change laws and policies that harm them.

Amnesty International votes to support the decriminalisation of all aspects of consensual sex work. Men just want to get laid, whilst the sex workers just want to earn a bit of money to feed their kids. Yet some would like to see all these innocent people get jailed, just so that extremist feminists can feel good about their gender equality. And it's good to see that Human rights group Amnesty International has also come out against the persecution and jailing of innocent people by voting to support the decriminalisation of prostitution at their biennial International Council Meeting.

Delegates from around the world gathered in Dublin for the meeting, and voted to adopt a resolution that will allow the organisation to develop and adopt a pro-decriminalisation policy. The resolution recommends that the full decriminalisation of all aspects of consensual sex work is supported by the organisation. We recognise that this critical human rights issue is hugely complex and that is why we have addressed this issue from the perspective of international human rights standards.

These groups see the stigma and criminalisation that surrounds prostitution as roadblocks to stopping abuse, trafficking and the spread of diseases like HIV and AIDS. History has just been made. The world's leading human rights organisation, Amnesty International has finally, belatedly, accepted that sex workers are people with rights, and has called for their trade to be decriminalised. For liberals, this kind of decision would once have been a no-brainer. But liberalism has become infested with puritanical, authoritarian ideas, and many liberals are highly illiberal when it comes to core issues of individual liberty -- most of all, when sex is involved.

Almost 4 years ago, I began to wake up to this, and wrote a piece about the Guardian's sexual hang-ups. My observation that the secular left and the religious right had almost blurred into one entity was one of the catalysts that ended my Guardian subscription, and began my growing disenchantment with the increasingly conservative political left. Court bans sex workers from the streets of Dortmund citing that the trade has become to popular.

Prior to the EU expansion of there were about 60 sex workers on the streets of Dortmund, but with the entry of Bulgaria and Romania, the numbers swelled to in the first year and a year later. See article from telegraph. In December the UK introduced new regulations to censor online videos.

Tony Bear explains the new rules to Lady Bear. She doesn't like it. If you don't like it either, find out more at Backlash. PornHub introduces a premium subscription service along the lines of Netflix. The service will complement the company's free offering. While Pornhub describes the new site as Netflix for porn , a more apt point of comparison is Spotify, which also offers a free, ad-supported version to go along with its core paid product.

Considering the challenges unique to its space, if Pornhub finds a way to convince users to cough up cash every month, it will pose an instructive model for the rest of the digital content industry.

New Institute of Economic Affairs paper identifies the benefits of decriminalising Britain's sex industry. The sex industry should be fully decriminalised, as all attempts to regulate prostitution are ineffective, ill-informed and a waste of public money. The demand for commercial and professional sexual entertainment is growing steadily world-wide, as economic growth drives demand for luxuries, the internet creates new meeting places for sexual encounters both amateur and professional , and globalisation makes sexual markets international in scope.

Recreational and non-marital sexuality is becoming just as important as reproductive and marital sexuality, and the distinction between amateur and professional sexual encounters is becoming increasingly blurred. In a new report for the Institute of Economic Affairs, leading academic Catherine Hakim identifies large and continuing differences between male and female perspectives on sexuality, finding that they are pervasive in all cultures, even in Scandinavia. Male sexual desire is manifested at least twice as often as female desire, with the gap growing over time.

Given this sexual deficit among men, it is no surprise that men are the main customers for commercial sexual entertainment, and that sex workers, both male and female, cater to men almost exclusively. Sex surveys around the world show a substantial gap in sexual desire and motivation between men and women. This cannot be dismissed as an outdated patriarchal myth as argued by some feminists.

Several factors suggest that the male sexual deficit will not disappear, and is even growing in the 21st century. Women's increasing economic independence allows them to withdraw from sexual markets and relationships that they perceive to offer unfair bargains, especially if they already have enough children, or do not want any.

Changes in national sex ratios towards a numerical surplus of men also help women to reset the rules in their own favour in developed societies. Male demand for sexual entertainments of all kinds is thus growing, and ineradicable.

Decriminalisation will lead to better outcomes for women. A key objection to the sex industry is that it damages women and that the presence of pornography, lap-dancing and prostitution in a country promotes rape and other violence against women. However, all available evidence points in the direction of prostitution and erotic entertainments having no noxious psychological or social effects, and they may even help to reduce sexual crime rates.

Whilst it is perfectly legal to sell sexual services, any third-party involvement is not. This serves to criminalise the industry and brothels, not only preventing girls working together in a flat for their mutual protection, but also stopping anyone from lawfully supplying services to a sex worker or even renting a flat to them.

Countries that criminalise buyers such as Sweden , simply push demand abroad to countries with a more sex-positive culture. Policies that criminalise sellers directly, or criminalise third parties who supply them with services, simply push the sex industry underground, increasing the risks for sex workers. It is estimated to be worth over four billion pounds to the British economy alone.

Commenting on the paper's release, its author Catherine Hakim, said:. Internet dating has fundamentally changed meet markets and sex lives in the last three decades. Laws on prostitution are now outdated, misinformed and redundant. The very concept of prostitution is no longer workable in today's fluid sexual markets, where anyone can meet anyone, on whatever terms they choose. Decriminalisation is the only workable way forward.

The proposal to copy Sweden and criminalise customers in the sex trade is a complete waste of public money, unforgiveable in a time of austerity. Another Windows 10 warning as it searches through your best porn pics and displays them to all as a screen saver. Those who have used Windows Phone will be familiar with their photos appearing in the scrolling tiles on the phone's home screen, but those who are new to Windows 10 might not be prepared for the exposure the operating system will give their snaps.

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Extra marital dating service gets hacked with the intention of outing the clients. Now life could be even shorter for some users, after the website was hacked with the intention of outing users. According to Bloomberg Business , the site's hacking will potentially expose names, addresses, and sexual preferences of millions of members.

The site was hacked by someone or a group identifying as The Impact Team. The group has put a message right on the site saying that we have taken over all systems in your entire office and production domains, all customer information databases, source code repositories, financial records, emails. The hacker or hackers say that they will release all customer records, profiles with all the customers' secret sexual fantasies, nude pictures, and conversations and matching credit card transactions, real names, and address.

They hack also includes sister sites: Established Men sugar daddy hook ups , Cougar Life a dating website for cougars , Man Crunch a site for gay dating , Swappernet for swingers , and The Big and the Beautiful for overweight dating. There's a new craze in Portland, Oregon as hundreds of dildos appear hanging from overhead cables. The white and bright orange dildos have appeared in recent days across Portland, Oregon, sparking laughter, blushes and a lot of photos. So as to be able to throw them up and wrap them round cables, the phallic toys have been strung together in pairs.

Portland Office of Neighborhood Involvement spokeswoman Lisa Leddy said the department had received numerous reports of the x-rated sights. A spokesman for public utility Portland General Electric said he did not believe the products posed a fire hazard. The woman responsible for stringing up dildos all throughout Portland has finally explained herself. In an anonymous interview with VICE , she says that she and her friends wound up with over 10, defective dildos after a local sex shop realized they couldn't sell them.

So they did the only thing they could think of doing with 10, dildos It had to be done. I have no idea why, but it had to, she says. Dick-tossing is an exercise in happiness. It was just a fun, hilarious thing to do. Dennies Pettersson, who had acquired the Swedish rights for streaming videos on a foreign website, sent bills to people he claimed had watched the clips, demanding payment ranging from tens to hundreds of euros.

For those who refused to pay, he raised the amount and threatened to call the police or publish their names on an online porn blacklist detailing which videos they had watched and then refused to pay for. Pettersson admitted to 31 cases of aggravated extortion and to cases of attempted extortion. The offences date to and Two accomplices were given suspended terms while another three were given prison sentences ranging from 12 to 18 months.

Although users never left their contact details on the site, Pettersson was able to trace them through a list of IP addresses he bought from Sweden's largest internet service provider. Russia proposes a new twist to criminalising paying for sex, fines are higher for married men. Oleg Mikheyev of the center-left 'Fair' Russia party wants to amend the administrative code with a new article specifically describing using sex services for money as an offence.

The proposed penalty is in the same range as the fines for prostitution itself and Mikheyev said in press comments that one of the reasons he wrote the bill was the desire to make the conditions equal for the workers and customers in the sex industry. See article from themalaysianinsider. See article from thedailybeast. Other such media have long been banned during the daytime, and real books that are violent or erotic are kept under the counter of bookstores.

But a new ruling means that eBooks will be treated like films or TV, and so can only be sold during the night time window. The 10pm to 6am window was originally instituted in a law -- Jugendmedienschutz-Staatsvertrag, or Youth Media Protection Act -- that was intended to restrict adult cinemas from showing films in the day.

But many have pointed out that applying the rule on the internet, where products can be bought at all hours of the day, is impractical. None of the sites selling selling such material are yet shutting down in the day, according to reports. The German booksellers' association is looking to provide a way that eBook stores can be sure that they're not selling the books to young people without having to check through the contents of every book that they sell, according to Boersenblatt the website for the German book trade.

Such systems might require publishers to say whether books are erotic, and then place them in a special section of the website that ensures that they can't be seen by children. French sex workers protests against the criminalisation of their customers. Late last month, sex workers from eight different countries--including countries where clients are criminalised, such as Sweden, Norway and Northern Ireland--gathered in Paris' Human Rights Square alongside NSWP member group STRASS and the migrant Chinese sex worker group, Steel Roses to commemorate International Sex Worker Day and the year anniversary of the occupation of the Saint-Nizier church in Lyon, as well as to protest the proposed criminalisation bill, which will be discussed on the 12th of June in a second reading in the Assembly.

Punishing clients will exacerbate the situation, pushing sex workers into more precarious situations, he said. Pye Jakobsson told the press that in Sweden, where clients have been criminalised since , sex workers are even more stigmatised. Sex workers in France have been fighting attempts to criminalise their clients for years. The issue was first discussed in the National Assembly in December when a non-binding resolution was adopted supporting the introduction of the Swedish model.

This was later followed by the introduction of a formal Bill by the ruling French Socialist Party. The Bill proposed to introduce fines for anyone caught paying for or soliciting commercial sexual services and was passed by the Assembly in December The bill then went to the Senate but was first considered by a Committee, which removed the clause containing the provisions to criminalise clients in July However the proposal in now back on the table with a bill due to be discussed in the Assembly on the 12th of June.

In Paris, the Chinese sex workers are particularly vulnerable because they can not speak the language, are often undocumented and victims of police harassment, which prevents them from reporting if they are attacked by a client, said Ajing, President of Steel Roses. French parliament restores nasty measure to criminalise people who pay for sex.

With the bill returning to its repressive original version, senators will once again discuss the matter. In the case of an impasse, the lower chamber will have the final word on the proposed law. According to a Nest Movement report released in May, between 30, and 44, people work in France's prostitution industry full time, with part time sex work being much more difficult to evaluate.

Only 30 percent of those in the industry work in the streets, while 62 percent engage customers online and 8 percent through hostess bars or massage parlors.

Austrian brothel offers free sex as a tax protest against harassment by the authorities. The Kronen Zeitung tabloid reports that the news has spread like wildfire, with punters lining up to get inside.

The stunt has been great publicity for him and he says that he plans to continue it for four to eight weeks. The problem is, the tax office wants more and more, and they are not cracking down on illegal street and apartment prostitution.

He also complained that officials come to check up on the business at Pascha every 14 days. He said that the summer special would be offset by any profits made in his other establishments, and that Pasha would not be liable for any tax during the special offer.

Presumably the tax is levied on turnover or profit. In Christian Christian's own words, and through his thoughts, reflections, and dreams, E L James offers a fresh perspective on the love story that has enthralled millions of readers around the world. Christian Grey, enigmatic hero of best-selling erotic novels Fifty Shades of Grey , is getting his own sequel.

Author EL James has announced that she is publishing a new version of her sexually explicit novel written from the point of view of the tormented tycoon and not the shy, young object of his desires, Anastasia Steele.

The new book, entitled Grey: Fifty Shades of Grey as Told by Christian, will be published on June 18, the fictional character's birthday. Law to jail men for buying sex comes into force on 1st June From 1st June, a new law in Northern Ireland criminalising the purchase of sex will come into effect. This will make Northern Ireland the only region of the United Kingdom to adopt the repressive Nordic model, after a similar bill failed to pass in Scotland in The bill was passed in Northern Ireland's Stormont assembly by 81 votes to 10 last October despite research commissioned by the Department of Justice in Northern Ireland that concluded that Northern Ireland's adoption of the Nordic Model would not be in sex workers' best interests.

More than a third of clients surveyed believed that paying for sex was already illegal. A press release from the Northern Ireland Executive was published on 20th May.

Under section 15 of the Human Trafficking and Exploitation Criminal Justice and Support for Victims Act Northern Ireland , it will become an offence to obtain sexual services in exchange for payment, either by paying, or promising to pay, any person directly, or through a third party. This replaces the offence of paying for the sexual services of a prostitute subjected to force, where it is currently unlawful to pay for the sexual services of a prostitute who has been exploited by a third party using force or threats.

Under the new law, it will be illegal to obtain, for payment, sexual services from anyone, whether or not there is exploitation. The sexual services which will be illegal must involve the buyer being physically present with the seller and there must either be physical sexual contact or the seller must perform sexual acts where they touch themselves for the sexual gratification of the buyer.

Under the legislation, payment includes money or the provision of goods or services. Anyone convicted under the new legislation can be sentenced to a maximum of one year's imprisonment, or a fine, or both. It is not an offence to sell sexual services. The new law also removes criminality from loitering or soliciting for the purposes of offering services as a prostitute in a street or public place.

It remains an offence to keep or manage a brothel. The page draft, proposed by the state's Division of Occupational Safety and Health, blends thick regulatory definitions with graphic language as it outlines how adult film performers and others on set can protect themselves from bloodborne pathogens and other bodily fluids.

It underscores the use of condoms as a way to protect against HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. During a hearing and public comment period, adult film performers and their supporters said the regulations which include wearing protective eye gear go too far. These are regulations designed for medical settings, and are unworkable on an adult film set, or even a Hollywood film set,. Duke said her organization and several other groups would prefer to see the proposed regulation amended with input from both performers and public health officials, in ways that protect adult film performers without stigmatizing and shutting down an entire industry.

See article from techradar. This legislation would allow website owners to be charged as sex traffickers if any trafficking victims are found to have been advertised on the site--whether or not the website owner had any knowledge of this happening. Sponsors of the bill have specifically stated that their intent is to shut down , or at least seriously cripple, advertising spaces for sex workers, such as Backpage.

See article from independent. I well remember Soho from my time as a very poor student in London. The only way I could pay for my tuition was to go a couple of times a week to Jazz band, remember?

There were always lads playing poker and somehow I always managed to win. See article from mirror. Glasgow councillors urge government to tackle the root cause of prostitution. Glasgow City Council has long been a hotbed of PC extremists who advocate that jailing men and destroying their families is a price worth paying so that councillors can feel good about their 'equality'.

Councillor James Coleman has called upon Justice Minister Michael Matheson to make a public commitment to target and challenge men's demand for paid-for sexual services. We support the current Human Trafficking and Exploitation Scotland Bill but believe it is limited by the fact it does not adequately address the cause of commercial sexual exploitation.

We are also fully supportive of the Scottish Government's 'Equally Safe' strategy, which recognises prostitution and trafficking as forms of commercial sexual exploitation that ultimately harm women. The city council agreed to call upon the Justice Minister to address the issue of demand, and to introduce comprehensive legislation in Scotland to criminalise the purchase of sex and to decriminalise and support those exploited through prostitution.

The motion, which was seconded by SNP group leader Susan Aitken, was agreed at a meeting of the full council. Scottish Parliament decides that its latest trafficking bill is not the right vehicle for the criminialisation of paying for sex. Moralist campaigners inevitably called for the buying of sex to be criminalised as part of the legislation. Churches and Christian organisations proclaimed that the Bill offers a golden opportunity to make the purchase of sex illegal.

But others such as Amnesty argue that conflating human trafficking and prostitution within one piece of legislation will not do justice to either issue. Justice secretary Michael Matheson said earlier this year that he would meet campaigners on both sides before the Scottish Government comes to a final position on the matter.

But after taking evidence from a range of groups and organisations, the committee concluded the legislation was not the right vehicle for addressing the issue of criminalising the buying of sex. See article from spiked-online.

Swingers set up the first church in history that actually abides by the rule, 'love your neighbour'. The swingers club recently tried to open before city and state moralists moved swiftly to ban it. So the owners now plan to open a church that caters to their club members. It's going to be a place where people can meet and enjoy fellowship. There is no sexual activity that will go on there. I assume if someone meets there and wants to do something of a sexual nature, they'll go to a hotel or a motel or go home.

A church renovation plan was approved through the city's review process, allowing a work permit to be issued, although other inspections are yet to come. Floor plans for the club, and now for the church, show the same room layout with several label changes. The club's themed dungeon room will now be for the choir. A dressing room has become the sacristy. The move comes after state lawmakers tried to ban private sexual swinging clubs by dreaming up restrictions preventing them from locating within 1, feet of schools, churches, daycares or parks or commercial areas.

Metro Zoning Administrator Bill Herbert said the department takes applicants at their word, so inspectors are treating the building as a church. As long as the United Fellowship Center is in compliance with codes, it will receive permission to operate.

Anti-prostitution laws are designed to make the lawmakers feel good about their gender equality, but results in sex workers feeling A series of police raids on saunas in , known as Operation Windermere, was seen as signalling the end of Edinburgh's traditional pragmatic approach to prostitution.

Now sex workers are also giving up on condoms, with saunas refusing to stock them because police can use possession of them as evidence of selling sex. The report for the city council's health and social care committee, which draws together evidence from various agencies involved with sex workers, also said many women had moved away from saunas and now operated from other venues, like flats or lap-dancing bars.

The report also said:. There is no evidence that the number of women selling sex in Lothian has reduced, but they are not attending for support from NHS Lothian in the same volumes as in previous years. Anecdotally, we hear of women now selling sex in other venues, such as lap-dancing bars, and more women are informing us that they are working from flats and advertising on the internet. Chlamydia had increased by two per cent and cases of hepatitis B and C were also up.

The problem of unprotected intercourse may have been precipitated by fear of being found by the police to be in possession of condoms, which can be used as evidence to indicate the selling of sex. NHS Lothian supplies condoms to saunas, but since Operation Windermere, many managers of these premises are reluctant to have condoms stored there. Compounding this risk is the problem that these venues are quieter, and some reports have indicated that women are consequently competing for work and will practice unprotected intercourse in order to generate a larger income.

These findings come as no surprise to Scot-Pep who have long campaigned against aggressive enforcement action taken by Police Scotland against sex workers. Since the police raided saunas in Edinburgh, the situation for sex workers has worsened dramatically.

Many have disclosed they feel increasingly threatened by law enforcement and the risk of arrest. Welfare agencies continue to work in co-operation with the police, which makes sex workers distrustful of them and reluctant to engage.

This is reminiscent of the experiences of Glasgow-based sex workers who have been working in a context that has prioritised zero-tolerance over a harm reduction approach for a number of years. Traditionally, sex workers in Edinburgh felt better protected by the police than those working in Glasgow but with the enactment of Operation Windermere, where police raided sex worker premises and in some instances strip-searched women, this trust that they could rely on the police for protection has gone.

I felt very bad, so violated. I've never been so humiliated in my life. Police Scotland also routinely use condoms as evidence in prosecuting sex workers, as the council has noted. This flies in the face of all international guidance and must stop. In yet another conflation of sex work and human trafficking, the Canadian province of Saskatchewan will no longer allow licensed strip clubs because of supposed concerns about human trafficking and sexual exploitation.

The Premier of Saskatchewan, Brad Wall announced last month that his government would reverse its decision to allow licensed strip clubs. On January the 1st , provincial liquor laws were revise to allow stripping in bars for the first time in years. Wall said he believed it had been a mistake and tweeted in March: Any increase in opp for org crime or exploitation of young women is not worth it.

In this program, several candidates must sing a song they learned off by heart and not to be distracted by the young lady who is beside them and is masturbating them, sometimes with her hands, sometimes using her feet.

These candidates must carry a tune in absurd conditions, without being distracted and if possible until ejaculation. In the video above, this is the winner of the show, who achieved a score of 74 out of and won a lot of products and sex toys, gel, etc.

US state of Georgia imposes morality tax on strip clubs justified by claims of them supposedly causing child trafficking. The funds will apparently go towards a new commission responsible for coordinating services for victims of child trafficking, although details on this are very vague.

Representative Tom Weldon made the bold and probably libellous claim that strip clubs cause child sex trafficking, claiming:. These are not legitimate businesses. These are strip joints. They are illegitimate and they need to pay for the problem and the cancer they have brought to each community in our society. The text of the bill claims that strip clubs are a point of access for children to come into contact with people who would abuse them but offers no evidence of how this conclusion was arrived at.

Alan Begner, an attorney for several of strip club owners responded that there was no evidence linking strip clubs to child prostitution or trafficking. He said that he will sue if the measure is passed into law. Both measures must return to the Senate for consideration after revisions were made.

According to WABE, voters would still have to approve the fee because the state constitution would be altered if it passed into law. Killjoys whinge about St Trinians Night events at Bristol strip club. Urban Tiger, a strip club in Bristol, promoted their St Trinian's style evening by using dancers dressed in white shirts, short tartan skirts and high boots intended to look like school uniforms.

Another similar image was posted to the club's Facebook page, asking punters: Like women in school uniform? If you've got the sexualisation of children through adverts it does help to create the context where schoolchildren are being seen as sexual objects.

Relevant entertainment shall not include any word, action or imagery that endorses or depicts, or might reasonably be taken as endorsing or depicting, or be promoted as including, any conduct which, if taking place in reality, would amount to a criminal offence. Killjoy Sally Lewis, from the Independent Chair of Bristol Children's safeguarding Board, said this is an issue that may never have been thought about before , and that they want to raise awareness.

We aren't trying to be killjoys or ruin anyone's fun. I don't think films like St Trinian's should be banned or anything. We have to look at this in context, she added. I can't think why any right-minded person would think this was appropriate. South Korea's Constitutional Court reviews law criminalising protitution. The antiprostitution law was enacted in The law stipulates that both purchasing and selling of sex carry a penalty of up to one year in prison or a fine of up to 3 million won.

It gives exemption to people forced into prostitution, leaving only voluntary sex workers -- many of whom oppose the law -- subject to the punishment.

A woman accused of selling sex for , won filed for a constitutional review of the law in The woman argued that punishing voluntary prostitution, especially when the sex worker has no other means of income, was a violation of fundamental human rights.

Those who are against the antiprostitution law claim there is little evidence that punishing sex workers is effective in curbing the sex trade. According to government data, the number of female sex workers increased by 3. Lawyers file case calling for the legalisation of prostitution in California. Their argument centers on people's right to do what they want as long as it's legal. It's legal to have sex, so why should it be illegal to pay for it? O'Connor compared it to having the freedom of the press but making it illegal to sell newspapers.

It's really a constitutional issue, we think. We're talking only about consenting adults here. Our whole theory is that any law based on morality has no place in this country. Morals are different for different people. Legislation should not be determined by morality.

Because you exchange a dollar rather than dinner, why should it be made illegal? Sirkin hopes to get a ruling by late summer, but he expects the case to be taken to higher courts after that.

Amsterdam sex workers protest about their windows being closed down by the council. Amsterdam city council will be debating the controversial project that evening. Project is an urban regeneration project that wholly ignores the presence of sex workers in the city center.

Instead of 'saving' sex workers, it is necessary to listen to them. And what they unanimously say is: Hands off our work spaces! Project claims to fight abuses in the sex industry by closing windows.

But displaced sex workers do not stop working. It was naive of the responsible Social Democratic party in the city council to think that this would ever work. Sex workers didn't stay home but moved to other cities or work from the Internet. PROUD explains how closing windows leads to a worsening of the work conditions of sex workers. Window brothels are one of the safest work places in prostitution. Each window has an alarm in case of danger. The police are always nearby.

Health and service organisations frequently monitor the windows. These back up services are simply not available at other sites. By closing windows sex workers are forced to work in more dangerous environments. It also demands the reversal of the window closures.

For its primary target group Project has been an utter failure. Sex workers are victims of a costly, misconceived project that is ruining Amsterdam's unique historical center. It is high time that stubborn officials begin to respect the rights of sex workers.

The demonstration will leave Thursday April 9 at Sex workers and everyone who supports them are all welcome! To respect their anonymity some sex workers will wear masks. The media are invited to interview sex workers anonymously. With hundreds of sex workers marching through the streets of Amsterdam today, the sex workers made a clear statement: Stop the closure of prostitution windows!

Since the city has closed down prostitution windows, and they have another 94 windows scheduled for closure. But in recent years criticism has been rising regarding the project, because the project was being sold as a project to fight forced prostitution , claiming they would reduce human trafficking by closing down windows.

In reality however about sex workers have already lost their workplace, and another girls are going to loose their workplace, and nobody knows where those girls end up. I'm sure that helps possible victims a lot! With a bigger turn up than expected, the masks we provided for the girls for the demonstration weren't enough for all the sex workers that showed up.

An estimated sex workers turned up for the demonstration, and another large group of supporters joined us in our march to city hall, to hand over the petition signed by sex workers and supporters to the mayor to stop closing down prostitution windows in Amsterdam.

In total sex workers from the Red Light District and some sex workers from the Singel area in Amsterdam signed the petition. So if ever anyone still claims that I would be just one woman , here's the proof of all the women I represent.

A little bit more than the 40 girls from Jojanneke I'd say. And with only windows in those two areas together, the signatures of sex workers prove that a huge majority of the sex workers don't agree with the plans to close down the windows. Furthermore it also proves that behind each window is at least one woman that doesn't agree with it. And an additional supporters signed our online petition, bringing the total amount of people that signed the petition to people that don't agree with closing down the windows.

With a much bigger group than expected, also the media turned out to be much more than we expected. Media from all over the world came to Amsterdam to report about this unique protest in one of the world's most famous prostitution areas.

Widening out the policy to all internet porn will not do anything to make age verification practical and so the only possible outcome is that all internet porn will have to be blocked by the ISPs. Perhaps a few sites with a massively comprehensive selection of porn think porn Amazon may be able absorb the administrative burden, but they will for sure be American. Imagine a year-old-boy being allowed to walk into a sex shop and leave with a DVD showing graphic, violent sexual intercourse and the subjugation of women.

You would, quite rightly, ask whether society should allow such a young mind to view hard-core pornography. I'm sure we'd all agree that the answer would be an emphatic no. Yet each and every day children right across our country are being exposed to such images.

And it's happening online. The internet has been an amazing force for good in so many ways. But it also brings new threats and challenges for us to contend with.

I'm a father of four young children and I know all too well that the online world can be a worrying place for mums and dads. After all, even the most attentive and engaged parents cannot know for sure which websites our children are visiting and what images they're seeing. Culture and Media Secretary Sajid Javid is setting out plans to shield youngsters from easy access to hardcore online pornography. In anyone, regardless of their age, is only ever two clicks away from the kind of material that would be kept well away from young eyes in the high street.

And allowing young people to access pornography carries alarming consequences both for individuals and for society. It can lead to children pressuring each other to try out things they've seen online, and sharing inappropriate sexual pictures and videos. And it can lead to children having unhealthy attitudes towards sex AND relationships. It is because of these types of concerns that we have long restricted and regulated adult content in the offline world -- whether that is magazines, TV programmes, DVDs or video-on-demand content.

Such protections are taken for granted, and, as the Daily Mail has argued for years, it's time our approach to the online world caught up. So today we are announcing that, if the Conservatives win the next general election, we will legislate to put online hard-core pornography behind effective age verification controls. Of course adults should be perfectly free to look at these sites. But if websites showing adult content don't have proper age controls in place -- ones that will stop children looking at this kind of material -- they should and will be blocked altogether.

No sex shop on the high street would be allowed to remain open if it knowingly sold pornography to underage customers, and there is no reason why the internet should be any different. An independent regulator will oversee this new system. It will determine, in conjunction with websites, how age verification controls will work and how websites that do not put them in place will be blocked. One thing is absolutely clear: For the past five years we have been working with industry on A voluntary basis, an approach that led to the creation of default-on family filters.

But filtering is just one way in which we can keep our children safe online. Now we can -- and must -- go further to give our children the best start in life. There will be some who say that this exercise is futile, that websites and children alike will find ways to get around this law.

And I agree that there are always people who try to avoid legal restrictions. But we must not let the best be the enemy of the good.

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