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Don't Criminalise Our Clients

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Don't Criminalise Our Clients is an article by Douglas Fox for The Guardian published on 2008 November 19. In it the author responds with sorrow to the fact that the British government has chosen to abandon sex workers's human rights recognised by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Article 23 (Right to Work). The author then points out that the step that was taken by the government is a step backwards rather than forward, and mentions that there were other models which could have been chosen.

The article is written in a very liberal language, and is intended to arrouse the sense of the fight for equality. No radical ideas or demands for larger social change are present.

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