Smart journalists have good ideas all the time. And the inspiration could come from anywhere, as this piece shows. If Sweden’s model of prosecuting the men who solicit sex from prostitutes has worked so well in Sweden, then why are other countries with similar problems debating the application of those same laws vigorously?
The idea is to prosecute those people who solicit sex from prostitutes and view the sex workers as victims entitled to social services. Seems simple, right? So why isn’t this what happens in Australia, the US and other places with similar systems?