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Sweden's national criminal statistics paint a less positive picture than the government evaluation.
The number of sex buyers has been going up since 2008 — increasing from 187 in 2008 and hitting a peak of 1,251 in 2010 before falling again, in 20, to around 550.
STOCKHOLM — If you want to trade money for sex, Stockholm's red-light district is likely to disappoint you. on a recent Thursday evening, its central street looks more like a small city's business district buttoned down after hours than an illicit sex market.
The nearly half-mile long Malmskillnadsgatan Street begins at the bay that rings Sweden's parliament building, crosses over a glowing shopping plaza, and ends at a cluster of high-rise offices and a subway stop.
And though the numbers are a little loose, he thinks the legislation has worked.
"We don't have enough evidence." Ljungros' organization is the preeminent national institution on sexual health, and has found the research so limited and "so colored by [differing] perspectives" that it has commissioned its own comprehensive research review to help craft an official position on the law; the group hopes to complete the review by October.
A French Senate committee this week is considering a bill based on Sweden's law, after the lower house approved it in December.
Ireland has been considering the Nordic model as well, and this week Canada is holding hearings into whether it should jump on the Swedish ship.
"This is really difficult for people around the world to understand," said Olga Persson, the secretary general of the Swedish Association of Women's Shelters and Young Women's Empowerment Centers.
"I can see that in the eyes of people when you talk about it."Persson believes this arrangement protects women, challenges gender stereotypes, and puts society on a path toward reducing violence against women.
As for men buying sex, the government evaluation raised more questions than answers.