Sarah Benson, CEO of Ruhama, talks to the Michael Reade podcast (19-1-2018), about "the cold reality of men's attitudes in Ireland to the women they pay for sex."
This is a disturbing expose of the fact that 68% of male sex buyers in Ireland still asked about "sexual services" after they had heard a clear message from a (fictional) prostituted person telling them she had been violently trafficked into the Irish sex trade. Given that, there is a content warning on this audio for this reason.
[Clarification: Michael Reade states that Ruhama works with "sex workers." This is false (in a complex way). Ruhama (see the logo above) claim to be "supporting women affected by prostitution." Prostitution and sex work are not the same thing (although there can be overlaps). For example, sex workers claim that they are just doing a job like many others in a capitalist society. They claim, or are claimed to be, volunteers who are not coerced into doing what they do anymore than any worker within the capitalist mode of production is being forced to do what they do for a living (this is, as you may suspect, a highly contested claim, but it is the claim of some sex workers nevertheless.) Although some sex workers are apparently happy to call themselves prostitutes, or even hookers, some campaigners and academics regard prostitutes to be prostituted people who are not volunteers and who may be being forced in various ways to sell sex. In any event, this audio is about a campaign against sex trafficking (some say sex slavery) which is by definition not voluntary and should not be called sex work.]