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The Immigrant Council of Ireland has said there was no doubt men would “make the short journey over the Border in order to escape the law”.
“There may be an element of truth in the thinking that it will drive demand over the Border,” Lord Morrow told “This is something I flagged up about three years ago.
Within months, she had returned to work as an independent escort. Lee cuts through our preconceptions of prostitution. I don’t know any of my friends who leap out of bed on Monday morning and go, ‘Yes, work! Some are soldiers back from the frontline who are experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder. “I had one client who passed away from liver cancer last year, and I held him tight and asked him, ‘Are you scared?
Others are men with physical or intellectual disabilities, autism, Asperger’s, depression or body dysmorphia. ’ When he said yes, we both held each other and cried,” she says.
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It has been suggested that the new legislation will force more prostitution south of the Border and that there is already evidence of this happening, based on the number of women advertising sex services in counties Louth and Monaghan.Concern has also been raised over the safety of such sites, which are not regulated by the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority because, as a study by Helen Croydon for The Mirror has revealed, all communication is considered to be private between two consenting adults.So while regulated HFEA clinics - which charge £2,000 per cycle - screen all donors for STDs and hereditary conditions, 'free' sperm donation websites do not.The Human Trafficking and Exploitation Act 2015, introduced in the North following Lord Maurice Morrow’s Bill, includes a clause making the purchase of sexual services illegal.If convicted, a person could be fined, sentenced to a maximum of one year’s imprisonment, or both.
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The way to counteract that, I believe, is for the Irish Republic to have a similar law to what we have now here in Northern Ireland and that leaves no place to run in either the Republic of Ireland or Northern Ireland, so Ireland as a whole then becomes a cold house for human trafficking and exploitation.