Tell Lib Dems Porn-NO!


Tell Lib Dems Porn-NO! 

Copy and Tweet to the Lib Dems and their Richmond Candidate:

.@sarahjolney1 @libdems It's not just about Heathrow & Brexit. I could never vote Lib Dem with your pro porn/prostitution policies 

 

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The Richmond by-election on Dec 1st is being hailed as the chance for a come-back by the Lib Dems. But one fact is being left out of the debate, the Lib Dems pro-sex industry policies. Essentially written by pimps and brothel keepers, Lib Dems believe 16 year olds should take part in abusive hard core porn and that prostitution is merely 'work'.

No wonder a Lib Dem Councillor recently suggested prostitution should be a offered as a career choice to school girls. After all, if it's just work .. 

 

    


 

Women For Sale

 

Prostitution Lobby

 

The revelation that the Chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee on Prostitution, Keith Vaz (unbelievably now heading The Justice Committee), is a sex buyer explains some of the extreme bias of the Prostitution Committee. But it is barely the tip of the iceberg...

 

A shocking number of 'human rights' organisations, political parties and local police forces are pro-prostitution, adopting policies to legitimise the sex trade that have essentially been written by pimps, brothel keepers and even jailed sex traffickers rather than survivors of the most abusive industry on the planet. 


 

Not For Sale!

not for sale

Fortunately there are many, organisations and survivors, fighting back.

And we are thrilled to be co-signatory to the Nordic Model Now! response to:

Lib Dems Consultation on Sex 'Work'

UN Women Consultation on Sex 'Work'

Find out more here:

Nordic Model Now

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On Line Porn Not On for Kids

Porn No

 

At least Government policy is moving towards ending the Tsunami of internet porn available to children.

Earlier this year the Government Consulted on its proposals to make all internet porn age restricted - so stemming the flood of violent hard core pornography that underage children are acclimatised to, users of or even addicted to (nearly 10% of pre-teens, according to the NSPCC).

They have decided to go ahead with its plans despite the predicably fierce opposition from sections of the porn lobby.

Thank you to everyone who took part in the consultation. It really mattered - over half of those who respondended said they did not think porn should be age restricted.

 

Read the Government Consultation Response here