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The European Parliament — where just four years ago "people were actually laughing about the Swedish legislation," said Persson — endorsed the model in February.A French Senate committee this week is considering a bill based on Sweden's law, after the lower house approved it in December.
In the fight to stamp out transactional sex, the Swedes have flipped the prostitution paradigm on its head. Women (or men, for that matter) can sell all the sex they want.Inside Sweden, differing opinions on the legislation divide progressive groups that are often otherwise allies, and critics of the legislation say they are under pressure to conform to a rigid sense of political correctness.And outside Sweden, health organizations and even some human rights organizations wonder if the Swedes actually have it all wrong.But these wild variations make it difficult to know with confidence what the real number of men buying sex may be.
In fact, on almost all fronts, "it's very hard to tell" how well the law is working, said Kristina Ljungros, of the Swedish Association for Sexual Education (RFSU)."There's still a lot of demand, a lot of clients, of course, but at the same time, I would say the situation is better here than in many other countries."That's especially true, many Swedish government officials say, if you look at figures for sex trafficking.