But in a cigarette-scented hotel room near a Chicago airport, more than a dozen men come and go with wet cheeks and quivering lips. No one had died, no national tragedy had occurred— they had just been caught trying to buy sex. Across the country, cops are implementing a strategy that has long been debated in Europe: targeting the men who buy sex while trying to help the women who sell it. Some police and scholars say that focusing law enforcement attention on sex buyers reduces demand for prostitution, which strangles the sex industry and curbs human trafficking. But some human rights organizations, most recently Amnesty International, advocate for the decriminalization of all aspects of sex work, including buying sex.
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WHEN Peter James boards the plane for his summer holiday to San Antonio this summer, he won't be thinking about the sun, sea and sangria awaiting him. The year-old computer engineer, is focused on one thing - how many prostitutes he can sleep with while he's there. That stat is all the more shocking when you consider that tens of thousands of UK prostitutes are sex trafficking victims. In , 1, women were identified as sex slaves, a number the National Crime Agency says represents just a fraction of those trafficked into the country. Despite prostitution being legal, cases like this coming to light mean most men don't admit buying sex. Marketing manager Peter James, 25, is currently single and lives in Bristol. There were a dozen of us and we all went to sleep with a prostitute.
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Illustrations by Craig 'Questions' Scott. I recently happened upon a website called The Amsterdam Diaries. Initially, it just seemed to be a chronicle of one British guy's visits to the city's red light district — another coarse vaginalogue written by a creepy, monosyllabic "punter". But I soon realised there was more to the site than the many others like it. There's a noticeable political slant, research into the history, laws and culture of prostitution, and the stories, written with finesse in the first-person, actually contain more than faint traces of humour and humanity.
November 11, pm Updated February 27, pm. Gwyneth Montenegro, 39, from Australia, spent 12 years in the industry and has now written a book revealing the surprising things that men will pay for. Wanted badly by a horny woman. It is their ultimate fantasy after all.