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Streaming opinion and analysis on the issues that keep everyday people up at night, produced in partnership with NowThis News. An editorial project that probes the local politics of mass incarceration and criminal justice reform. Can a district attorney teach men to stop buying sex? A Tennessee prosecutor plans to try. In the ongoing battle against sex trafficking, Assistant District Attorney Tammy Meade of Davidson County wants men who buy sex to know they are both a problem and a potential solution.
But according to experts, the schools fail to take into the needs and perspectives of the sex workers themselves. As an added benefit, participation fees are funneled into services for trafficking survivors, including services for the very women who teach the class. Apologetic men reportedly approach her after every class. Last year, arrested clients outed sex workers in Davidson County. John school is painted as a win-win for men and women alike: fewer men will end up with a criminal record and fewer women will be preyed on and purchased if they participate.
Meade is not the only prosecutor to latch on to the diversion option for men who buy sex. In , a Department of Justice study concluded john school students in San Francisco were less likely to purchase sex than those who did not participate.
A study of john schools in British Columbia found that participants reported a change in attitude toward prostitution. In Sweden, the criminalization of clients is linked to an increase in violence against sex workers , as well as negative health outcomes. If people are deterred from buying sex due to the threat of an arrest, workers have fewer options to choose clients they feel comfortable with and are, therefore, more at risk of encountering someone who could put them in danger.
They are more likely to move to isolated areas that are less familiar and less safe. A study in Vancouver found that violence against women remained stagnant after the government embraced a demand-centered approach to policing. Sex workers there also said the focus on clientele endangered them and stripped them of options.
Prosecutors do not usually seek input from advocacy organizations when deing their john schools, the Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women reported in It is also not clear that these schools are equipped to help sex workers. Sam Mellins May 19, Sam Mellins May 17, Piper French May 03, Joshua Vaughn Apr 12, Prosecutors Criminal Justice sex work Tennessee. More in Prosecutors. The Las Vegas D. A Manhattan D. Will Other D. National Newsletter daily.
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