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The arguments for decriminalisation are based on evidence (Himel 2010).

To increase regulation the Left would have to criminalise clients (Sweden, now a honey pot for corruption), ban porn (like in Malaysia), give the abolitionists policy jobs in Government (like in the US), filter the internet (like in China), and ignore sex work organising.

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Apples for heartburn relief apples for heartburn relief. invited Elena Jeffreys, of Scarlet Alliance, to participate in a debate in our print journal that proposed that the Left should support stricter regulation of the sex industry.Unfortunately, for various reasons, the debate didn’t come to fruition.However, Elena gave us permission to publish her initial argument here on the blog. Over-regulation is the problem Elena Jeffreys There is nothing ostensibly more or less ‘wrong’ with sex work, porn, stripping, online web cam, phone sex or BD/SM that isn’t wrong with any other industry and workplace under capitalism. Those who want to rescue the world from sex work, and the moving and still images that the sex industry produces, are essentially arguing that we, sex workers, should not work in this job.The argument for increased regulation, and the research it quotes, is based upon advocacy.

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If you are not supporting decriminalisation of the sex industry, that is, a in the regulation of sex work, then you are not supporting sex worker organising (Harcourt, O’Connor et al 2010). The current wave of formalised sex worker organising began thirty years ago and is conducted by funded and unfunded member organisations of the sex worker led and run peak body Scarlet Alliance (Saunders 1999).