The right of men to buy sex appears to be paramount, according to Amnesty.
No love, that’s not it at all.
It’s the right of consenting adults to do as they wish with their fiddly bits which is paramount. Anal, blow jobs, troilism, straight old missionary two backed beast, these are all things which are entirely legal for any combination of consenting adults to do (except, weirdly, I think still, three or more men with no women present in the UK) in private and often enough in near public too.
That the consent is rented from one or more of the participants for cash money does not and should not change this legal position.
It’s not to my taste, and I’m under the definite impression that it’s not to Ms. Bindel’s. But this is rather the point of this freedom and liberty shtick, that what other consenting adults wish to consent to isn’t any of our damn business.
And there, really, is an end to the argument. Prostitution should remain legal on the very simple grounds that some people are entirely happy to do it. And it ain’t your or my business to stop them.