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21 July 2011

Men who buy sex commit more crime

Men who pay for sex are more likely than men who do not pay for sex to commit a variety of offences, including violent crimes against women, research shows.

Men who pay for sex are more likely than men who do not pay for sex to commit a variety of offences, including violent crimes against women, according to research conducted in the Boston area.

Men who paid for sex were more likely to report having committed felonies and misdemeanours, including crimes related to violence against women and those related to substance abuse, assault and weapons, the study found.

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