Since the introduction of Lord Morrow’s law making it illegal to purchase sex in June 2015, Northern Ireland has seen radical change to the sex industry, but not in the way it was sold as a measure to “End Demand”, tackle human trafficking or even obliterate the industry completely. Trafficking was and is already an offence in its own right. Rather, the only people to have suffered have been sex workers, you know, the group the law was supposed to “save”. So what’s changed? Continue reading Laura Lee Blog – Repeal the Morrow Law, Now!
A tide of decadence is nearing the Republic of Ireland. Doors are being locked, shutters closed and children tucked safely in bed for fear of what is coming: hordes of scantily-clad prostitutes accompanied by a marching army of pimps, the distant sound of hydraulics like a chorus of war drums to the ears of the virtuous. Continue reading Calling bullshit on the ICI’s ‘escort immigration’ figures