I think we all agree that what some people refer to as prostitutes or that interpretation of the term "sex worker" should never face arrest for what they do.
There have been numerous accusations that voices against the decriminalization of the rest of the prostitution industry are drowning out the voices of sex workers who are a minority.
Sex workers if interpreted in the most restricted sense are a minority, but the voice of the Sex Industry is loud and insistent.
People against legalized pimping and brothels are consistently attacked as attempting to impose their morals on others.
Feminist voices (some) are being attacked as man-hating academic theorists.
As a group, we are accused of representing the Dominant Culture, but do we?
The view that prostitution (or sex work) should be legalized, regulated and taxed is widespread. The claim that it is a victimless crime is accepted almost without question.
So who's voices are being drowned out?