The idea that full decriminalising of kerb-crawling and brothel-keeping would make prostitution safe is based on the bizarre misapprehension that the only thing making prostitution unsafe is the law. Actually the thing that makes prostitution unsafe is men
Italian 48-year-old allegedly hid pornographic home videos in covers bearing the names of popes
Officer sacked for demonstrating 'clear conflict in personal and professional interests'
It gives women the opportunity to reclaim profits from the traditionally male-dominated pornography industry, but is enough being done to protect performers?
It’s the oldest profession in the world and Kandapara brothel in Tangail is the oldest in the country. Kenneth Dickerman on the daily lives of a sex workers in Bangladesh (Photographs by Sandra Hoyn)
23 suspects during significant crackdown by police and FBI on abuse of children
‘We have to equip ourselves to be prepared, Mount Vesuvius is a problem of gigantic proportions’
The country is moving to tighten regulations in efforts to protect prostitutes
Leicester East MP alleged to have paid for the services of two male escorts and told them to bring 'poppers'
Vaz has spoken out about the criminalisation of poppers, has appeared to take a relatively stern line about the dangers of illegal drugs, and has led the committee’s inquiry into prostitution laws. There's a pretty strong argument that reporting this story is in the public interest
He's already broken the first rule, but if Vaz takes control of the media, he can still claw this one back
How on earth is the Home Affairs committee chair to acquaint himself with the ins and outs of male prostitution, if not by having affairs at home with male prostitutes? How better to investigate the impact of cocaine than by offering it to guests, and observing its effects on mind and body close-up?
Wider society still tends to stigmatise those who provide commercial sexual services
University, however, says contextualisation of professor's research is 'regrettably' omitted from coverage
In her controversial new book, Kat Banyard claims that the sex trade – increasingly tolerated and regulated by governments – is inherently sexist
Migrants from Syria and Afghanistan becoming sex workers in Athens' red light district