The prohibtionist trade in dead hookers and appalling photo editing ...

How much for that dead whore in the window? 

No bloody idea to be honest but if you ask Mouvement du Nid I'm guessing a badly edited over photoshopped mock dead whore shot is a must have for the prohibitionists for profit these days. If pimps apparently profit off the prostituted then prohibitionists profit from death and questionably choice in editing.  Trigger warning; the photo editing is woeful, can't believe these muppets won an award for this photographic nonsense.

This is an extract from an article to be published soon. The tame version to be published on an academic site and the more passionate I blame you people for the murder of prostitutes, I'm not letting you off the visual hook version in the magazine.  If their intentions were not so vile, the editing would be laughable. They don't look dead they look liker they need B12 injections and a bit of sun.

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The French anti prostitution organisation Mouvement du Nid, created a fake escort website (http://girlsofparadise.sex) with the aim of deterring men from paying for sex. The site a perfect example of why the dead whore is such a powerful visual marketing tool.   Mouvement du Nid argue they are fighting violence against sex workers by using violent images, completely oblivious and ignorant to the way photography gives justification to the violence Mouvement du Nid claim to want to stop.   So ignorant,  they celebrated upon being awarded a prestigious advertising award for doing nothing more than promoting a stereotype.  For an organisation that claims to save sex workers, an image of a dead prostitute is essential for bringing in cash donations. 


                                                  

The uncharitable bastards at the Salvation Army also understands the financial benefits of maintaining the visual status quo. They were forced to make a public apology after sex workers complained over the representation that vilified them as bad mothers.  Although the Salvation Army issued an apology over the offensive material, and lacked the photographic balls to use the dead hooker look,  other campaigns that visually depict sex worker as hapless deviants continue to form   part of their fund raising strategy.  Perhaps, one should ask them how much for that dead whore in the window?  No, that is not a rhetorical question, as I'd love to know the amount of money a dead hooker photo is worth in so called charitable donations.