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Sex Trade

The sex trade is marked by an exploitation of the vulnerable. At Christian Concern we oppose every part of the sex trade including the legalisation of prostitution; the availability of pornography; the granting of lap dance club licences and human trafficking.


  • April 9th, 2015
    Councillors in Lowestoft have rejected a licensing application for the opening of a Sex Entertainment Venue in the town centre. The case was supported by the Christian Legal Centre. This was the third licensing application for a Sex Entertainment Venue to be heard by Lowestoft councillors in a period of just 12 months.
  • June 13th, 2012
    The longest serving editor of a “lads’ magazine” has confessed to regretting his involvement in the magazine’s production, as he believes that it encouraged young people to access hard core pornography over the internet.
  • March 3rd, 2011
    Christians in Oxford are celebrating after their local authority rejected a licence application for a “sexual entertainment venue” to operate yards from a church
  • July 2nd, 2010
    CCFON and CLC have put together a range of resources to help those interested in campaigning against lap dancing.
  • June 30th, 2010
    An OXFORD congregation lost its appeal at Oxford Magistrates on 30 June 2010 to overturn the variation of a licence to run a lap dancing club just 50 yards from their church.
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