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Life after death for La Dolce Vita star Anita Ekberg?

SHE’S about to find out now – the one question that eluded Swedish movie goddess Anita Ekberg.

Anita, the shining star of Frederico Fellini’s 1960 classic… 116 more words

Prostitution: Beyond an infantilising feminism

Bronze relief installed by an anonymous artist in Amsterdam’s Oudekerksplein (Old Church’s Square) in the heart of the city’s red-light district of De Wallen. Photo by… 2,697 more words

Prostitution Law

Matthias Lehmann reblogged this on Research Project Korea and commented:

“The last twelve years have shown that sex workers want to work independently and do not wish to be forcibly outed.” Criminal law professor Dr. Monika Frommel on conservative double standards, the dark sides of the Nordic women's movement, and plans to reform Germany's Prostitution Act.

Kuosmanen: La loi contre l’achat de sexe crée un faux optimisme

Questionnant la loi contre l’achat de sexe: Jari Kuosmanen, professeur associé au Département de Travail Social de l’Université de Göteborg, dit que l’offre et la demande pour des services sexuels en Suède n’a pas diminué depuis la fin des années 1990. 1,460 more words

The Swedish Model: Oppression, Scandinavian style

Alfred Nobel was a Swedish inventor born in 1833. Throughout his life he was an arms manufacturer, and was best known as the inventor of dynamite. 686 more words

Politics

Kuosmanen: Sex Purchase Act Creates False Optimism

Questioning the Sex Purchase Act: Jari Kuosmanen, associate professor in the Department of Social Work at the University of Gothenburg, says that supply and demand for sexual services in Sweden has not declined since the late 1990s. 1,133 more words

Swedish Model

Celian Chan reblogged this on The World of C.C. and commented:

Whilst Sweden decided banning sales of sex would enable gender equalities etc, it is important to understand that we are not just taken the options of livelihood and safety from people in general (safety as they have to speed things up without being able to be careful, livelihood: how are they to live if no income from customers, who avoid going down in fear of being caught?), but also the fact that more problems would be caused on stigmas and other matters.