Nobody cares about needy sexless men, whose happiness is greatly increased by a chance to have sex. It also has clearly been shown, that prostitution, and porn availability gives men an outlet and thus reduces true violent sex crimes.
European parliament backs the ‘Nordic model’ of prostitution, which legalizes the selling of sexual services, but criminalizes buying it. Thus it makes sure that women never are at fault and all criminal responsibility goes to men, for their sex drive and for their wish to have sex with a consenting women, for money.
In "EU’s Zero tolerance policy and the Swedish State – The Coming Censorship‘, Lucian Vâlsan describes how centralized EU mandates trickle down to the EU countries, mandating "gender equality", ending violence against women (but not against men) at the cost of abolishing due process
Sweden pioneered the approach of criminalizing the user and police say the number of street prostitutes working in the country has fallen by two-thirds, to about 1,000, since the law prosecuting sex buyers was introduced in 1998.
Norway followed suit – as did France last week. Belgium and Ireland are considering moving in the same direction and even the Netherlands, famously permissive and home to the best-known red-light district in Europe, is making a shift to tighten laws around prostitution. Currently prostitution is allowed anywhere unless the municipality restricts it with a licence, but a new proposed law trying to make it past the senate would make it illegal to have a premises for prostitution unless a permit was granted by the local authority – turning the current situation on its head.
Corinne Dettmeijer, the Dutch rapporteur on trafficking, called it a "huge change".
"I’m amazed that no one has yet brought forward legal action against this government because current policy on prostitution does so little to live up to our own EU commitment on trafficking," he said. "We have to recognise that prostitution is a deeply exploitative trade that has a massive impact on gender equality. We have to change social attitudes, but in my opinion you can’t do that without changing the law."
The most radical feminist ideology got in power and more than one million men have been accused of violence, deprived of their homes, their children, their income, marginalized by the state and treated as plague spreaders. A small fraction may indeed deserve condemnation, but the great majority of them are innocent victims of defamatory falsehoods taken at face value by the judiciary. The saddest thing is that the consequences are paid by hundreds of thousands of boys and girls who deprived of their fathers. Is it just an ideology? Of course not, it’s a business. 4