Northern Ireland Escorts, Belfast Escorts, Derry Escorts
Northern Ireland consists of six historic counties: County Antrim, County Armagh, County Down, County Fermanagh, County Londonderry, County Tyrone
Northern Ireland Sex Buyer Law
Most sex workers in Northern Ireland are indoor Escorts. Street sex work is very low, recent research suggests there are only 20 or so street sex workers in the country. The country has recently passed the Sex Buyers law making it a crime to purchase sex. At the same time street sex work has been decriminilised. It will be interesting and sad to see if indoor sex work reduces and outdoor increases causing more harm to sex workers and the community. This law change is an unjustified social engineering experiment . Already sex workers in Norther Ireland are finding it difficult to screen abusers. Their life is at risk with this law. After well over a year there have been no prosecutions of sex buyers.
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Northern Ireland sex work in the news.
28th September 2016 Northern Ireland's prostitution laws to be reviewed after sex worker'w legal challenge
Laura Lee has been granted leave for a judicial review of the sex buyer law. This case is likely to be heard in eraly 2017. The news comes amid renewed debate into the legislation and legalisation of sex work. Last year, human rights group Amnesty International announced support for decriminalisation. The House of Commons Home Affairs Select Committee is currently conducting a review into UK legislation on sex work