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Sex Work Decriminalized in New York?

Will New York become the first state to decriminalize sex work? The answer is yes — if it was up to this group of advocates, lawmakers, and sex workers fighting to push through legislation to improve the lives of people in the sex trades.

03/30/2019 9:57 AMupdated: 04/03/2019 12:48 PM

8 comments

  • Jasmine J.
    06/19/2019 15:44

    I'm getting confused. Sex workers to have basic needs but then sex trafficking needs to be stopped. Ok

  • Marina B.
    06/17/2019 16:47

    Way too many women and children are kidnapped and trafficked for sex every day but this is the priority 😒😒😒 how about using your rescources as former sex workers to free those who are being enslaved and forced into that life? Never met a hooker who always wanted to be a hooker since she was a kid, that's not anyone's goal in life, it's a last resort...

  • Mercedes E.
    06/14/2019 03:44

    Oh for f*cks sake!!!

  • Joyce M.
    06/11/2019 13:18

    Uggg ):

  • Randale C.
    06/11/2019 05:03

    What is next?

  • Robert N.
    06/10/2019 22:23

    Are you kidding me. New York politicians have no idea what they're doing. They have no value on human life have no morals. I pray for their souls

  • Nini D.
    06/10/2019 18:18

    mad humans

  • Brut
    06/10/2019 16:11

    Special thanks to . For more on the legislation to decriminalize sex work: https://newrepublic.com/article/154111/new-york-bill-decriminalization-prostitution-sex-worker-rights