California becoming an open air prostitution market

Street prostitution was decriminalized statewide in 2022

In July 2022, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed the “Safer Streets Act,” decriminalizing street prostitution. The act was supposed to bring racial justice by repealing a law against loitering with intent to commit prostitution. It was supported by the ACLU and various “racial justice” and pro-transsexual groups.

According to the California ACLU, anti-prostitution laws unfairly hurt Black women and transsexuals. California is now a hotbed of people posting videos on social media of scantily clad street prostitutes.

The situation has deteriorated so fast that San Francisco and Oakland have spent hundreds of thousands on anti-prostitution barricades. In some cases, they are immediately destroyed by pimps.

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