Turn Off The Red Light (TORL) is a campaign set up in Ireland by an alliance of Irish non-governmental organisations.
Their aim is to criminalise the purchase of sex, and end prostitution and sex trafficking.
There are some activities that are connected to prostitution that are outlawed in Ireland, such as kerb crawling, brothel keeping, or soliciting in public places.
However, these acts are merely public order offences, which means the punishment will simply be to pay a fine.
It is a criminal offence to solicit or importune in a street or public place for the purposes of prostitution, Section 7, Criminal Justice (Sexual Offences) Act 1993.
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In its heyday from the 1860s - 1920s, there were anything up to 1,600 prostitutes working there at any one time during its peak years, with all classes of customers catered for.
This was partly in thanks to it being a port, and garrison town, filled with British army barracks. For many years prior to the 1993 Sexual Offences Act, most female prostitutes worked on the streets, but, since this time, brothels marketed as escort agencies have been the most prevalent form of prostitution.