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Sex is not a fundamental human need. Prostitution is not a fundamental human need.

The Prime Directive

Early this year, Amnesty International UK (which seems like somewhat of a oxymoron) had one of their policy documents leaked. As it turns out, Amnesty International is considering making the legalization of prostitution part of their platform. This is of course a woman-hating position and isn’t based on anything resembling reality, especially given the gravity of human trafficking, rape and murder in prostitution.

But the most outrageous statement from the document, which elicited some response from the public, was the following:

As noted within Amnesty International’s policy on sex work, the organization is opposed to criminalization of all activities related to the purchase and sale of sex. Sexual desire and activity are a fundamental human need. To criminalize those who are unable or unwilling to fulfill that need through more traditionally recognized means and thus purchase sex, may amount to a violation of the right to privacy and undermine the…

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5 thoughts on “Sex is not a fundamental human need. Prostitution is not a fundamental human need.

  1. How you connected prostitution and rape culture, and the “using people as a means to an end,” which is encouraging sociopathic and narcissistic tendencies in men.

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