Not for little sister
Laurie Penny finds only middle-class male fantasy in Billie Piper's call girl

Your money, my body
Following a series of murders of sex workers in Ipswich in December 2006, Red Pepper asked whether finally it was time to decriminalise prostitution. Juliet, a sex workers' rights activist, said it was. The anti-prostitution campaigners, Assumpta Sabuco Cantó and Charo Luque Gálvez, said it wasn't

No compromise over commercial sex
Gemma Novis says paying for sex can never be right

Dogmatic and deeply flawed
Sociologist Tim Davies argues against the radical feminist position on prostitution

Family allowance
Norman White explains why he pays for his son to see prostitutes

A woman’s choice
'I'm a woman and I have paid for sex. My decision, my choice.' Kirsty Travers explains why she sees nothing wrong in hiring a prostitute

Woman for Sale
The selling of women into prostitution has been growing across Europe during the past decade, but rather than solve the problem the international community has become complicit with the traffickers in Bosnia, reports John McGhie