Sexual Exploitation: Press Releases

Bribery, Corruption and Now Prostitution. Is South Africa a Soft Target?

Media Release Embargo: Immediate release Date: 2016-05-19 Enquiries: Vaughan Luck Cell: 078 748 9884 Office: 032 481 5550 Email: vaughanluck18@gmail.com South Africa seems to be going in the opposite direction to the rest of the world on the issue of decriminalizing

0 comments

What Amnesty Did Wrong: by Anna Djinn

Sexual Exploitation: What Amnesty Did Wrong: by Anna Djinn At a meeting in Dublin on 11 August 2015, Amnesty International’s International Council adopted a resolution to authorise their International Board to develop and adopt a policy on “sex work”. Here

0 comments

Amnesty International or Impunity International?

Amnesty International’s International Board is developing a policy document that it is believed will support full decriminalization of prostitution. Decriminalization of prostitution is one of the world’s most disastrous approaches to the sex trade because: 1) it is a gift

0 comments

LifePlace Team

Firstly we would like to thank everybody who has supported the LifePlace project in any way. As many of you may know, LifePlace in Durban has closed due to a conglomeration of various factors. In spite of this, the outreach

0 comments

Life Place

Prostitution is not a job which anyone deserves. Despite what many may tell you, it is not a job regardless of the physical location in which it occurs (street, brothel, massage parlor, car, private home, strip club, restaurant etc). Prostitution is inherently

0 comments

Concern about South Africa’s first all-black porn film (press release)

South Africa has produced its first all-black pornographic film, of which the producer stated the intention to help promote safe sex and combat HIV/AIDS. Mapona – which means naked in Sesotho – was made by members of a local amateur

0 comments

Human Trafficking Conviction First for SA (press release)

The first conviction for a human trafficking offence in South Africa needs to be applauded. We congratulate the prosecutors of the National Prosecuting Authority and the investigating team of the South African Police Services for a job well done. It

0 comments

Doctors Concerned about Promotion of Prostitution (press release)

Doctors for Life is concerned with the continuous marketing of prostitution by the media, and wonders if they won’t eventually wake up to having been complicit in human trafficking. According to international statistics, the majority of trafficking victims are females

0 comments

Watching Porn is viewing Bruised, Drugged Prostitutes (press release)

The recent debate about a possible 24/7 porn channel on national television, with lack of strict and clear guidelines on pornography in South Africa is a matter of grave concern for Doctors For Life International (DFL) .A growing mountain of

0 comments