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Etterlysning: Stortingsmelding om prostitusjon

I 2014 bebudet justisdepartementet en stortingsmelding på prostitusjonsfeltet. Fire år senere er meldingen lagt død. Hvorfor vet ingen.

Astrid Renland

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Who’s Afraid of a Sex Workers’ Union?»

OTRAS calls this abolitionist opposition “the industry.” “They live really well off of their discussions, books, workshops, conferences, without ever including sex workers,”

From brothels to independence: the neoliberalisation of (sex) work»

In the last decade, working in flats and saunas has become increasingly risky and difficult. This is in part due to increased immigration raids, neighbourhood gentrification, and the closure of many premises by police with the help of abolitionist feminists. It is also partly a consequence of the broader incorporation of informal service work into the online, freelance, customer-reviewed ‘gig’ economy.

Op-Ed: Why decriminalizing sex work is central for gender equity, public health, and racial justice»

Sex workers are important members of our communities and, most importantly, we are human. We are worthy of compassion, support, equal justice, and protection of the law. The law shouldn’t call me a criminal for exercising autonomy over my body.

Sexarbeider seiret over arbeidsgiveren»

– Vi har vunnet et veldig viktig slag for rettighetene til alle personer som selger sex i Norge, mener Lilith Staalesen.