Strange confluences: Radical feminism and evangelical Christianity as drivers of US neo-abolitionism
This edited volume focuses on charting the rise of neo-abolitionism and offering a critique of the idea, its logics and consequences. A model of state policy which aims to abolish prostitution through legislation, Neo-abolitionism criminalizes the buyer of sex but not the seller. It is currently law in Sweden and other Nordic states and dominates the framing of policy debates in many other Western liberal contexts
Brents, B. G.
Strange confluences: Radical feminism and evangelical Christianity as drivers of US neo-abolitionism. In Eilis Ward, & Gillian Wylie (Eds.),
Feminism, Prostitution and the State: The Politics of Neo-abolitionism
New York, NY: Routledge.