'Women's Meat' Sandwiches Show the True Cost of Prostitution

Israeli Food Truck Campaigns to Criminalize Sex Trade

Published On
Jul 10, 2017

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A food truck in Israel is serving up "women's meat" sandwiches in a bid to demonstrate that women are not for consumption.

The sandwiches, with names like "Breast Amal" and "Ribs of Yael," are handed out in paper bags printed with real-life stories of prostitutes in the country. On the truck itself, the figure of a woman is marked and divided into cuts of meat.

Parked right outside the country's parliament, the truck is part of a campaign by The Task Force on Human Trafficking and Prostitution to get prostitution criminalized -- it is currently legal for adults in Israel.

Tzur Golan, ECD and partner at M&C Saatchi Tel Aviv, which created the truck, said, "We can't stand by and let this continue The best way to stop the wheels of this industry is to harm demand."

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