To better meet the needs of prostitutes and promote their safety, 200 people were invited to testify in the National Assembly before the ministers in charge of the law. The problem ? Out of the 200 people, only 15 were prostitutes or ex prostitutes. Furthermore, how can you testify openly and freely on such a complex and personal subject in a place as imposing and destabilizing as the National Assembly, faced with an army of glances directed at you ready to judge you? The result is a stigmatizing law that has been rejected by prostitutes, clients, associations helping prostitutes, but also by the police. In our view, the real problem is not prostitution, or the clients, is that general laws (trafficking in human beings, etc.) are not applied to prostitution.