But sex-worker-rights campaigners say the proposal would be "a disaster". The group adds that a small of sites "dominate the marketplace" and have named two in particular : Vivastreet and Adultwork.
Three organisations - the Sex Worker Advocacy and Resistance Movement Swarmthe Hendersonville hole escort Collective of Prostitutes ECPand the xTalk collective - are planning a demonstration outside Parliament at the time of this Wednesday's debate to protest against the suggested law change. Opposition Both Vivastreet and Adultwork make money by charging those who post "adult" adverts rather than the people who then make use of them.
New platforms The debate follows a report into sexual exploitation in England and Wales, which was published in May. About sharing media caption'Website ban would make prostitutes unsafe' Calls for "prostitution websites" to be banned in England and Wales will be made at a House of Commons debate. A cross-party group of MPs says the owners of such sites "directly and knowingly" profit from sex-trafficking and wants the Aduktwork Office to intervene.
It concluded that prostitution procurement websites were "the most ificant enabler of sex-trafficking in the UK".