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Dutch people signed our initiative to illegalise prostitution
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In the Netherlands prostitution is legal.

Our government puts in a lot of effort, time and manpower to maintain prostitution and normalize it. 

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Physical abuse                    70%
Rape                              60%
PTSD                              68%
Drugs or alcohol             39 – 60%

——- Dutch research ——–

Physical abuse                    60%
Sexual violence                   78%
Economical abuse                  58%
Social-economical abuse           93%

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TOTAL COST                   30.000
             people in prostitution

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People in prostitution pay the bill of this policy.

We can better invest in the heart of the matter: buying sex should be punishable.

 

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TOTAL COST                   30.000
             people in prostitution

13:31 10/04/19

Thanks for your payment to
Candymachine B.V.

Aforementioned costs have
been paid by: Nienke

50.000 Dutch want new prostitution policy in the Netherlands: 

1. Buying sex is illegal

2. Third parties that make profit of prostitution are punishable.

3. People in prostitution aren’t punishable and get all opportunities and help to get out.

Does such a new policy work?

This approach to prostitution and human trafficing has been in act and proven effective in countries such as:

Norway

Sweden

France

Will you contribute to a safer and healthier policy for people working in prostitution in the Netherlands?

Few sex buyers (- 80%)

Smaller market for prostitution

Fewer people who end up in prostitution

Less human trafficking

Less street prostitution

In Sweden and Norway, after implementing new legislation:

Fewer internet ads for prostitution were placed*

No increase of violence against people in prostitution**

No evidence that prostitution has been moved to a so called ‘hidden market’**

* = Ads are necessary to find customers
** = Research doesn’t provide any evidence for this

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