That quote comes courtesy of Douglas Fox:
Amnesty are obviously desperate to distance themselves from Fox, in fact they’re so desperate to distance themselves from him they’ve now put out two separate statements explaining his lack of involvement in anything to do with the new policy, sorry, consultation:
Fox meanwhile has admitted that in 2008 he was busy urging his supporters in the ‘sex trade’ to join Amnesty and lobby from within to get the policy on ‘sex work’ he was after.
Fox’s name has also come in up in relation to his input into the Amnesty policy, sorry, consultation, at Stormont, where the Justice Committee of the Northern Ireland Assembly have been hearing evidence for a bill which aims to reduce human trafficking by criminalising the purchase of sex.
So, in light of all this recent interest in Fox I thought it was probably high time I got myself organised and did something with the nearly 2 hours of recorded interview that I’ve had sitting in a file on my computer for the past three and a half years. An interview that Julie Bindel and I did with Fox back in June 2010 that helped inform Julie’s recent exposé of the IUSW – An Unlikely Union – and that Fox himself wrote about on Harlot’s Parlour under the charming heading Julie Bindel is my Bitch.