Sex law ‘stops us doing our jobs’

Prostitutes’ clients will con­tinue to be fined – to the dismay of sex workers who say it hinders their ability to work.

The Conseil Constitutionnel – France’s top administrative court – upheld a 2016 law, saying it wished to “safeguard human dignity... public safety and the prevention of crime”.

Sex workers’ union Strass, one of nine groups that questioned the law’s constitutionality, said the court put “politics and moralising” above the freedom ...

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