Critique of an article in the Manchester Evening News, praising a so-called 'sex workers' charity' which offers prostituted women hot drinks – BUT calls them “sex workers” and claims that they are just doing a “tough job” like “any other worker.” We OBJECT to irresponsible media referring to the sexual exploitation of women as a “job”. The MEN article blames women for their own abuse and covers up the culpability of the men who use/abuse prostituted women. We OBJECT.Read More
Gemma Oldman describes her experience of a pop-up brothel setting up next door. She took extensive notes and reported her concerns to the police and a human trafficking helpline. Is enough being done to help victims of sex trafficking in the UK? We don’t think so. There are no consequences for the punters, the men who buy and rape the victims. We OBJECT.Read More
OBJECT recently held our 15th Annual General Meeting in London. On our way to the venue, we removed 64 prostitution ads from 3 phone boxes. These ads displayed women’s bodies like meat on a menu, available for men’s consumption. We OBJECT.Read More
OBJECT Essay Prize 2018 awarded for an essay entitled “The Environmental Impact of Prostitution.”Read More
The British Medical Association voted against the full decriminalisation of prostitution in July 2017. We agree; we must continue to argue against the commodification of women's bodies.
The ECP (English Collective of Prostitutes) does not represent the interests of prostituted women; it operates on behalf of those who profit from the sexual slave trade. Here are our reasons not to trust the ECP.Read More
I, DANIEL BLAKE’s portrayal of prostitution
This review discusses the role that prostitution plays in the life of Katie, the young single mum in Ken Loach’s 2016 film, ‘I, Daniel Blake’.Read More
Why is Pokemon Go like prostitution?.
Pokemon Go is a game in which you capture little monsters inside balls and trade them for candy or use them to fight other Pokemon to gain points.Read More