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Rimini, Italy, and an incredibly brave action by a survivor of prostitution: Prostituted women in Rimini are criminalised because of their "revealing clothes". That's the reason why Adelina took off her clothes in front of Rimini's town hall to protest against this horrible injustice. This is what it her board says: "Women in the streets are bodies for sale offered by traffickers and it is clear that you can fight this only by criminalizing organised crime and johns".
The point is clear: Fight the demand, and never criminalise the women who are exploited and killed by traffickers, pimps and johns! Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility help. Email or Phone Password Forgotten account? Sign Up. See more of Abolish Prostitution Now on Facebook. Log In. Forgotten account? Not Now. Related Pages. Feminist Current News and media website. Men Can Stop Rape. RadFem Collective Political organisation. Personal blog. Women's Liberation Front Political organisation.
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