You are wrong in every way that it's possible to be wrong. Sexworkers want rights, not rescue. https://t.co/dqMVTlz7UD— Mistress Matisse (@mistressmatisse) December 23, 2019
NO Andrew, you should not consider this. Sex workers do NOT want the Nordic/Swedish model. We do NOT want our clients arrested. Listen to US!!! We want full decriminalization of all adult consensual sex work!! #decrimnow #rightsnowrescue— Mistress Scarlet (@WIMissScarlet) December 23, 2019
You should consult with sex workers because the language here is all wrong. We want FULL decrim, not just for the seller, but the buyer too. There’s no situation where criminalizing clients is good for sex workers (& we’re not all victims!)— Sydney Leathers (@sydneyelainexo) December 22, 2019
Entrepreneur and 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful Andrew Yang said Sunday that “we should consider decriminalizing sex work on the part of the seller,” as this would be “helpful in combating human trafficking.” Presumably, Yang is talking about prostitution—the form of sex work that is illegal in the U.S. even when all parties involved are consenting adults.