It is inevitable that such ideas are recommended and implemented, once feminists become the primary moral/legal framers of the prostitution issue.
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A leading organisation helping women affected by the illegal sex trade says it's concerned at the sharp rise in invisible or in-door prostitution.
Ruhama's latest report shows it assisted over 340 women in the past two years alone and more than half of these were being forced to work from private apartments.
It says it's becoming increasingly difficult to find these victims and is calling on the government to criminalise those who pay for prostitution in an effort to combat the problem.