Hollywood Stars Recoil As Amnesty Suggests Prostitution Is A Human Right

Amnesty International has sparked a glitzy Hollywood backlash from its usual left wing fan-base by submitting a draft policy calling for prostitution to be legalised in order to promote the human rights of prostitutes.

Hollywood actresses Lena Dunham, Emma Thompson, Kate Winslet and Meryl Streep are among thousands who have called on the NGO not only to vote down, but to withdraw altogether a draft policy on sex work calling for the human rights of sex workers to be upheld by making prostitution legal.

  • BillyHW

    You’ve come a long way, babies.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Hollywood feminists have for years endorsed the legalization of sex work including their unionization. Goes to show you you give people what they ask for and they flip out.

    • Half of them have played hookers with a heart of gold I bet;)

      • Petey

        All prostitutes have hearts of “gold”, don’t they?

      • Hard Little Machine

        Be that as it may, the idea that feminists suddenly want to decree what women do with their own bodies is somehow, priceless.

        • k1992

          Rather ironic indeed, but then again, they do tend to be rather … flexible … in their thinking. Something is only right or wrong if and when they say it is.

  • Maurixio Garcia Sanchez

    That’s the oldest job some woman can do.

  • Dan Howe

    I am generally in favor of legalization, but unfortunately, it would increase the number of hookers enslaved by pimps and racketeers.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    I favor its licensing and regulation to keep the criminal element out and to keep it from being a public nuisance.

  • DMB

    That is probably were these woman got “discovered” by Hollywood casting producers/directors before they became famous.

  • FactsWillOut

    Prostitution is a human right. Any person who wants to sell themselves for sex has the right to do so.