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The Act criminalises the purchase of sex and decriminalises sex-work. It remains an offence however for more than one person to do sex work under one roof as this is regarded as a brothel-keeping. They described reluctance in reporting violence and feeling they would not be as respected as other members of the public reporting harm.
The legislation means sex workers are regarded as operating outside of the law, says the report. Participants described feeling vulnerable as they could not work in twos or three in apartments, but had to work alone due to brothel-keeping legislation. The report calls for the law to be repealed, to recognise the reality of sex work and keep those involved in it safe.
A spokesman for the Department of Justice said the deadline for making submissions to the review had been extended until 19th September. Thinking Anew. Please update your payment details to keep enjoying your Irish Times subscription. Report calls for law on purchasing sex to be repealed Maynooth university report warns sex workers feel less safe since law introduced Thu, Sep 10, Kitty Holland Social Affairs Correspondent.
Several women said the law did not protect them but judged them as victims. English Soccer. High Court.
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‘Framing figures’ and the campaign for sex purchase criminalisation in Ireland: A Lakoffian analysis