TUC Says NO to Pimps!

The TUC has voted resoundingly against a motion to decriminalise pimps and punters.

The motion was brought by train driver's union Aslef (95% male members), backed by the GMB, who had already been lobbied hard by the sex industry. Clearly getting the TUC to support the legitimising of the sex trade is a key goal of the industry.

This is despite the fact that the TUC's own Women's Conference support the diametrically opposite stance and call for the criminalising of pimps and punters as the only way to end the sex trade and all the abuse associated with it.

Congrats and thanks to all (including Nordic Model Now! who were busy talking and flyering ASLEF and TUC delegates).

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Nordic Model Now! exposes the flaws in the motion and misrepresentations at the TUC Congress fringe meeting

Harriet Harman on why she opposed it

Kat Banyard, a leading authority on laws around prostitution


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Hospital Shops withdraw The Sport

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Supporter, Cheryl, contacted us upset that the shop in the hospital where she worked was selling The Sport.

The Royal Voluntary Service (RVS) runs most hospital shops in the UK.

We contacted RVS and they called back within the hour, saying they would withdraw it from sale immediately.

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Tweet: . @LibDems I just can't join the #LibDemFightback with your pro-porn, pro-prostitution policies

The Lib Dems endorsed these policies at 2017 Conference:

No to Protecting Kids from Hard Core Porn..

Yes to Porn Violence Against Women..

Sex Industry Policies written by the Sex Industry ..

Tell the Lib Dems 'Porn NO' Here

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Filia logoJoin us at Feminism in London, one of the UKs largest International Conferences on Women's Rights, with speakers like Bianca Jagger and Shami Chakrabati!

Come and find out how you can challenge strip clubs at 'La La Land' (Sat AM) - with prominent campaigners from across the UK, including Not Buying It

And come see us at our stall!

Feminism in London, spread over 2 days, with some 1,000 delegates has speakers from across the globe, from academics to activists talking about every issue you can imagine (and some you possibly can't)

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