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Our reporter reveals how prostitution is thriving in the Limerick. Ms Vaughan explained that traders had started noticing sex workers in the area intimidating visitors in the last two years. The owner of a fast food restaurant near Catherine Street who did not want to be identified said that he had a few problems with the girls.
Limerick Councillor and former Mayor Maria Byrne said that she had received a number of complaints about the issue and she had met with gardai to tackle them. They also will be banned from the area for two years. Doras Luimni, an organisation, which runs a street outreach programme in conjunction with the Red Ribbon Project, provides support to women affected by prostitution in Limerick city.
They are concerned that these women are victims being exploited by traffickers or pimps, and that criminalising them will only drive this vicious trade underground and further risk their safety. Many of the women that we meet during outreach have been prosecuted for soliciting or loitering.
An anti-human trafficking expert has warned that our attitudes towards prostitution need to change. He explained that many people still have false ideas about prostitution and do not see it as abuse. Does it make you think of fallen women, poor students, troubled women? By Adelina Campos. Get the biggest daily stories by email Subscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights.
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