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DAUGHTER OF THE GAME by Tracy Grant (Review)

Daughter of the Game is a sequel to Tracy Grant’s Beneath a Silent Moon and is, in my opinion, even better than the first book, which I read (but never got round to posting a review of) some time ago when I was actually in London – albeit a very different London from that of the early nineteenth century, immediately after the Napoleonic Wars and the Battle of Waterloo, though still often enough dismal and dark and misty and mysterious. 416 more words

Fiction (Historical)

Patriot's Owner Robert Kraft Palm Beach Trial Postponed

PALM BEACH (CBSMiami/AP) – The trial of New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, who is accused of paying for a sex acts at a massage parlor, has been delayed. 111 more words

News

Decriminalizing Sex Work.

As a feminist, I support and encourage the rights women have over their bodies. While there are laws set in place to prevent the legalities behind sex work, the law should not refer to sex workers as criminals for practicing independence over their bodies. 970 more words

Advocate

Nordic Model Now! statement on the RCN’s support for the full decriminalisation of the sex trade

Nordic Model Now! is deeply shocked that yesterday, 20 May 2019, the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Congress voted overwhelmingly for a motion that requires the RCN Council to lobby Governments across the UK for the “decriminalisation of prostitution.” 355 more words

Prostitution

An EMDR therapist on what she’s learned working with people who’ve experienced prostitution

Dana Levy is an Israeli prostitution survivor and campaigner for the Nordic Model in Israel, where a Nordic Model-style law has recently been passed. In this article, she talks to Dr Tal Croitoru, the CEO and founder of the Israeli network, EMDR Experts, about her EMDR work with people who’ve experienced prostitution. 2,345 more words

Prostitution

‘The silent indignity of sex work’

Port Elizabeth’s sex industry boasts many threats to the women who work in it, though none as demeaning as being disbelieved by the law.

Beyond Central’s Strand Street lies a sex industry fraught with feminine injustices that go unreported, with voices systemically stifled by more than just pimps and procurers. 1,227 more words