TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY ALIX RIJCKAERT A German prostitute, called Eve, waits for clients behind her window in the red light district of Amsterdam on December 8, 2008. Under a plan called Coalitions Project 2012, unveiled on December 6, 2008 by the city council, Amsterdam plans to halve the number of prostitution windows and cannabis-vending coffee shops in a revamp of its historic center aimed at curbing rising crime. Prostitution was legalized in the Netherlands in 2000             AFP PHOTO/ANOEK DE GROOT        (Photo credit should read ANOEK DE GROOT/AFP/Getty Images)

Amnesty International has pimped itself out

There is no argument fiercer in feminism than the argument about prostitution. Say you want to ban it and the libertarian feminists denounce you as a ‘whorephobe’. Say you want to legalise it, and radical feminists denounce you as the tool of the patriarchy.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Always fall on the side of legalization that way anyone can opt in or opt out.

  • As with all things in the feminist movement; you are always a misogynist.

    I care not one dead rat. When some woman plays the feminist card, I exclude her from my world as fast as possible.

    This applies to all of the “victims” groups. I am sick of it all.

    • Exile1981

      Or any group that claims not endorsing their ideals makes me a racist/hater/ insert derogatory term of the day here.

  • tom_billesley

    To upset all feminists, say that it’ll be legalised only for male prostitutes.

  • Everyone Else

    Amnesty International was cursed with success and now has more money than it can responsibly handle. Maybe decriminalizing prostitution is the least bad cause they can find to use up donor cash.