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


  • 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!!!

  • John H.
    06/11/2019 14:13

    Does anybody remember the Mustang Ranch open Sparks County Nevada why don't they just legalize prostitution like old Joe conforte a did but this is really going to blow your mind the IRS was basically blackmailing Joe because of taxes so our Uncle Sam try to run the ranches and they couldn't even do that right I could get a senior in high school they could do that properly

  • 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:

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