More prostitution or less for South Australia?

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Ask your local MP to reject the fifteenth attempt to decriminalise prostitution and pursue a better way…

While decriminalisation has been found to increase prostitution, criminal activity and abuse – the Equality/Nordic model of prostitution reform has proven to reduce prostitution and trafficking, increase safety for women, and provide meaningful exit strategies for women.

SA Police Commissioner Grant Stevens has said decriminalising prostitution would place community safety at risk and allow organised crime to flourish. The Adelaide City Council also opposes the decriminalisation of prostitution.

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Since prostitution was decriminalised in New Zealand, prostitution has grown exponentially. Street work has shifted to residential areas and waste is left in the streets and on private property.

The Equality/Nordic model is the most progressive and just prostitution law in the world. It has been adopted in Canada, France, Ireland, Sweden, Norway, Northern Ireland, Iceland and Israel.

It targets the men and pimps that profit through exploiting women – not the victims. It decriminalises the selling of sex and criminalises the buying of sex. Most importantly it provides meaningful exit strategies for those who want to leave the trade.

Please email your local MP now to ask them to vote against decriminalising prostitution, and instead to enact the Equality/Nordic Model for prostitution law reform.

Take action today

Using the form below, please write an urgent email to your local MP – it will only take a couple of minutes. Some wording has been provided for you, but feel free to adjust it as you see fit. Be concise and respectful.

Please note: the salutation at the start and your name at the end will both be appended automatically. Please don’t add these to the letter below, eg please do not address the email “Dear MP’s name”.

When you complete your name and address in the box below, your letter will be directed to your local MP. 

Thank you for standing up for vulnerable women in SA.