Obviously no reform would be ideal but my real feeling is that the reforms are coming anyway. Our only real hope is to influence to how far the reforms are taken.
Sweden outlawed the purchase of sex in 1999. This has reduced on street prostitution but the reality is there are still many ladies working indoors, isolated from society and at greater risk of harm.
The UK brought in the Crime And Policing Bill in 2009. It criminalises the purchase of sex from anyone who had been controlled. (This equates to trafficked, not working for an agency etc) The control element is not something the client has to be aware of. It still remains legal to be an Independent escort.
I think that the UK model is adequate. It means that clients must do all they can to check that the lady is here of her own free will, but it also means some protection for those who may not be. It also allows freedom of choice. Agencies will suffer, but perhaps that is only right.
What do you think?