Opposition to Prop K Post at change.org

Editor’s Note: Yesterday, we heard from sex worker and activist Karly Kirchner about why she believes Proposition K – which would decriminalize prostitution in San Francisco – is right for the city. Today, anti-exploitation activist Kristie Miller argues that the measure is a step backwards.

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  1. I read Kristie Miller’s post, and it’s deja vu all over again. The anti’s keep making claims that contradict evidence. For example, she said that sex trafficking skyrocketed in New Zealand, Germany, and the Netherlands after they decriminalized prostitution. In New Zealand where prostitution is decriminalized, the five year report that came out earlier this year found no evidence to support the claim that decriminalizing prostitution increased human trafficking in the sex industry.

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