Breaking the silence on prostitution and rape culture

When Pala Molisa argued in an article on E-Tangata that prostitution was a form of male violence against women that’s fuelling our rape culture — and that the government was wrong to legalise it in 2003 — he was accused of being “whorephobic”. Sex work was empowering, said his critics, and sex workers weren’t selling their bodies, but a service, much like the dentist or physio. Click here for Pala’s response to that.  

 

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