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A group representing sex workers says the jailing of two women in Kildare proves Irish prostitution laws are not fit for purpose. The two women, one of whom is pregnant, were jailed for nine months at Naas District Court last week.
Adrina Podaru, 25, and Ana Tomascu, 20, were living in Newbridge when it was raided in November last year. This is not justice gone wrong, this is how the law was designed to work. Brothel-keeping laws have proved especially contentious as many workers the majority of whom are women would prefer to work in a shared property with a friend for safety reasons, however this practice would amount to a brothel under law, and see those involved arrested.
It is rather chilling that we were assured by Gardai that there are more days of action planned — which means more surveillance and more opportunities to prosecute women. Statistics from UglyMugs. When will the Government recognise the rights of sex workers and protect them?
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