‘Every Woman Has A Right: Not To Be Prostituted’ – by Coalition Against Trafficking in Women – Asia Pacific

We have the right NOT to have to sell ourselves. What a radical idea.

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“Debates on prostitution rage on, as they have for over a hundred years. But if the commerce of sex was once a more hidden or at least discreet business, today there’s no ignoring the bombardment of sex sales talk; we live, it has been said, in a culture of pornography. With the worldwide explosion in recent decades of industries based on the production, sale and
consumption of sex primarily personified in women’s bodies, there is an even more pressing need to understand the commodification of sex in the range and diversity of forms that pornography, “sexual entertainment” and prostitution are taking, and for feminists to analyze the significance of and impact of these developments on women’s status…”

Author(s): Coalition Against Trafficking in Women – Asia Pacific

Source: Off Our Backs, Vol. 31, No. 3 (March 2001), pp. 7-9

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