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Author Topic: How likely in your view is the Nordic Model to be introduced in the U.K.?  (Read 1383 times)

ana30

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Re: How likely in your view is the Nordic Model to be introduced in the U.K.?
« Reply #15 on: 06 February 2022, 09:53:01 am »
The thread has actually been inspired by Bindel who has recently enjoyed the spotlight on a YouTube podcast and ridiculed the sw movement aa “just handing out condoms and a cup of tea” and sw activists as “non representative tourists”. There was zero pushback from the hosts and she wasn’t even called out. The public watches this and I am concerned they’ll just swallow this crap at face value and the public approval for the NM will grow. Remember many people also see our jobs as a vice that shouldn’t exist at all to begin with, so for them any way to eliminate it is good. Whores are in the wrong in the first place, so if this NM pushes them to quit and find “real jobs”, then that’s a good outcome isn’t?

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I love to listen to Julie Bindel telling me what's best for me and who (and why) gets access to my vagina. I'm a dumb little brainless twat with no opinion so I'm glad someone cares for me and lets me know what and whatnot I should be doing with my private parts. This is what the patriarchy has been doing for ages and now we got the feminazis jumping on board too.

Can I just decide for myself who gets access to my vagina, when and how?
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northernstar

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Re: How likely in your view is the Nordic Model to be introduced in the U.K.?
« Reply #16 on: 06 February 2022, 11:20:50 am »
Can I just decide for myself who gets access to my vagina, when and how?

No. Because they cannot imagine fucking for money, this means nobody else can possibly have chosen this on their own volition. You’ve got false consciousness and just “coping” with “trauma”. You have zero agency Ana, and need someone to tell you what’s better for you.

Aha, and when you disagree then you’re indirectly endorsing human trafficking and don’t care about all those prostituted women as long as it financially benefits you.

*sarcasm*

One More Rodeo

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Re: How likely in your view is the Nordic Model to be introduced in the U.K.?
« Reply #17 on: 07 February 2022, 11:03:23 am »
On a more hopeful note - there will be an exhibition at ICA "Decriminalised Futures" between 16th Feb and 22nd May.
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ana30

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Re: How likely in your view is the Nordic Model to be introduced in the U.K.?
« Reply #18 on: 07 February 2022, 06:26:05 pm »
No. Because they cannot imagine fucking for money, this means nobody else can possibly have chosen this on their own volition. You’ve got false consciousness and just “coping” with “trauma”. You have zero agency Ana, and need someone to tell you what’s better for you.

Aha, and when you disagree then you’re indirectly endorsing human trafficking and don’t care about all those prostituted women as long as it financially benefits you.

*sarcasm*

I'm not coping with childhood trauma, my childhood was relatively happy. Regarding the human trafficking this happens to exist in most unskilled trades. last year I read in the news that 50 rumanian roma people were being held against their will in some locked shed in the midlands and forced to pick apples for a two pence. It was a big police operation and I'm very very glad we have laws against explotation and human trafficking that set them free. No one, absolutely no one went ballistic against the agricultural industry and threatened with a law that bans people from eating apples. So far we're all eating apples and yes, unfortunately there's still pockets of explotation in agriculture and immigrants locked up in sheds working for a two pence in this country. Which makes me think this nordic model has more to do with whorephobia (on the feminists side) and the good ol control of women by the patriarchy.
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northernstar

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Re: How likely in your view is the Nordic Model to be introduced in the U.K.?
« Reply #19 on: 07 February 2022, 10:18:05 pm »
I'm not coping with childhood trauma, my childhood was relatively happy. Regarding the human trafficking this happens to exist in most unskilled trades. last year I read in the news that 50 rumanian roma people were being held against their will in some locked shed in the midlands and forced to pick apples for a two pence. It was a big police operation and I'm very very glad we have laws against explotation and human trafficking that set them free. No one, absolutely no one went ballistic against the agricultural industry and threatened with a law that bans people from eating apples. So far we're all eating apples and yes, unfortunately there's still pockets of explotation in agriculture and immigrants locked up in sheds working for a two pence in this country. Which makes me think this nordic model has more to do with whorephobia (on the feminists side) and the good ol control of women by the patriarchy.

I was just mocking their narrative, no way I was being serious.

Agree with all the above.

MsRedhead

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Re: How likely in your view is the Nordic Model to be introduced in the U.K.?
« Reply #20 on: 07 February 2022, 11:47:49 pm »
I think support for the Nordic Model is more of a niche left wing activist kind of thing, I can't imagine this current Tory govt pushing for it. I certainly don't think the man on the street has any strong opinions about it.

I think the British public is quite liberal in that sense, for example it's very rare that you hear an MP in the news talking about abortion, we just don't have that debate the same way as they do in countries like the USA. People aren't interested.

I also note that the last attempt at getting this through in Parliament (Diana Johnson's bill) failed. It didn't even get past the second stage. [link removed - please don't post these here].

1) part of the UK still doesn't have any abortion provision
2) The NM support is definitely not confined to "left wing" people