Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt said on Monday that people buying sex in Sweden should be sent to jail as the law suggests, rather than being slapped with fines.
Zsolt stands in front of St Stephen's basilica in Budapest's city centre every night from 8pm until the early hours. His job is to direct passing tourists towards a nearby "gentleman's club".
A substantive response to Meaghan Tyler’s “Myths”
Whereas I suggested that Meaghan Tyler’s “10 myths about prostitution, trafficking and the Nordic model” is opportunistic in relying on “straw-man” arguments, Tyler has replied to my comment:
The French parliament early on Saturday backed a reform of the country's prostitution law that will impose a 1,500-euro ($2,038) fine on anyone paying for sex. A second offense would double the fine.
A report commissioned by the Swedish government showed that the number of people involved in street prostitution in Sweden’s three largest cities dropped from around 730 in 1999 to 300-430 a year in the 10 years after that.
A panel of four experts on human trafficking fielded questions from nearly 100 interested community members during a recent fireside chat sponsored by Leadership Redding.
The 90-minute discussion took place Nov. 5 at the McConnell Foundation headquarters on Shasta View Drive in Redding.