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'''Anti-prostitution feminism''' refers to [[feminism|feminist]] activism focused on ending women's exploitation through the sex trade.  Anti-prostitution feminists support the [[Nordic Model]], which sees prostitution as being inherently exploitative and an affront to women's human rights.  Notable anti-prostitution feminists include [[Melissa Farley]], [[Rachel Moran]], [[Andrea Dworkin]], [[Julie Bindel]], [[Sheila Jeffreys]], and [[Gail Dines]].  Anti-prostitution overlaps with [[anti-pornography feminism]], which focuses on the harms of the [[pornography]] industry, including the effects of pornographic media on society.
 
'''Anti-prostitution feminism''' refers to [[feminism|feminist]] activism focused on ending women's exploitation through the sex trade.  Anti-prostitution feminists support the [[Nordic Model]], which sees prostitution as being inherently exploitative and an affront to women's human rights.  Notable anti-prostitution feminists include [[Melissa Farley]], [[Rachel Moran]], [[Andrea Dworkin]], [[Julie Bindel]], [[Sheila Jeffreys]], and [[Gail Dines]].  Anti-prostitution overlaps with [[anti-pornography feminism]], which focuses on the harms of the [[pornography]] industry, including the effects of pornographic media on society.
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Anti-prostitution feminism refers to feminist activism focused on ending women's exploitation through the sex trade. Anti-prostitution feminists support the Nordic Model, which sees prostitution as being inherently exploitative and an affront to women's human rights. Notable anti-prostitution feminists include Melissa Farley, Rachel Moran, Andrea Dworkin, Julie Bindel, Sheila Jeffreys, and Gail Dines. Anti-prostitution overlaps with anti-pornography feminism, which focuses on the harms of the pornography industry, including the effects of pornographic media on society.