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January 16, 2010

Jerry Lee Lewis Museum and Liquor Store Ferriday, LA Frankie Jean Lewis Terrell


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 The Chiller! FRANKIE JEAN LEWIS TERRELL "I can't imagine being reincarnated and not being me...I'm going to invent hard liquor in squirt guns..."

Other Frankie Jean Quotes:

"...You can't blackmail a Lewis...We tell all and we tell the truth...The town can't stand us. They'll lie to you...anytime someone lies on a Lewis, something bad happens to 'em...They named a damn cow trail after Jerry in a white neighborhood...made me sing Little Richard songs--tore up the check and the Decca contract--that was that...said I was crazy--Crazy and glad for it...Mickey's known in the family as Puss-Gut...We passed the nickname down from his father......got a hole in my pants, wearing a shirt from the mission store, make 7 cents off a dollar, and drawed $200 out of this store in 30 years...roots are in the black neighborhood...work 14 hours a day...Pay taxes and die...two things you're sure to do...Mickey makes no damn sense. I don't know why Mickey's so arrogant...(Jimmy Swaggart) has a slush puppy with no alcohol in it. I have a margarita every day..."

Most days you'll find "The Chiller" at the Lewis Family Museum, or next door, at the Pik-Quick Drive-Thru beer and liquor store.

The proprietor is about 5ft., 5in., curly red poodle cut--you can see her resemblance to Jerry Lee.

The Lewis clan is intermarried with Swagger and Galleys, televangelists and Urban Cowboys--Frankie Jean went her own way.

Married at 11 and soon widowed, she has been Mrs. Marion Terrell for 43 years. She and her husband raised eight kids.

Write to Frankie Jean @(she doesn't have email):

The Jerry Lee Lewis Museum/712 Louisiana Ave/Ferriday,LA 71334:(318) 757-2460/fax(318)757-0709/include a self-addressed stamped envelope
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 Tuesday, June 16, 2009 at 7:39pm

The Chiller! FRANKIE JEAN LEWIS TERRELL "I can't imagine being reincarnated and not being me...I'm going to invent hard liquor in squirt guns..."

Other Frankie Jean Quotes:

"...You can't blackmail a Lewis...We tell all and we tell the truth...The town can't stand us. They'll lie to you...anytime someone lies on a Lewis, something bad happens to 'em...They named a damn cow trail after Jerry in a white neighborhood...made me sing Little Richard songs--tore up the check and the Decca contract--that was that...said I was crazy--Crazy and glad for it...Mickey's known in the family as Puss-Gut...We passed the nickname down from his father......got a hole in my pants, wearing a shirt from the mission store, make 7 cents off a dollar, and drawed $200 out of this store in 30 years...roots are in the black neighborhood...work 14 hours a day...Pay taxes and die...two things you're sure to do...Mickey makes no damn sense. I don't know why Mickey's so arrogant...(Jimmy Swaggart) has a slush puppy with no alcohol in it. I have a margarita every day..."

Most days you'll find "The Chiller" at the Lewis Family Museum, or next door, at the Pik-Quick Drive-Thru beer and liquor store.

The proprietor is about 5ft., 5in., curly red poodle cut--you can see her resemblance to Jerry Lee.

The Lewis clan is intermarried with Swagger and Galleys, televangelists and Urban Cowboys--Frankie Jean went her own way.

Married at 11 and soon widowed, she has been Mrs. Marion Terrell for 43 years. She and her husband raised eight kids.

Write to Frankie Jean @(she doesn't have email):

The Jerry Lee Lewis Museum/712 Louisiana Ave/Ferriday,LA 71334:(318) 757-2460/fax(318)757-0709/include a self-addressed stamped envelope

video from: Arnold Rypens (oktober 2007)Nederland: Cotton Harvest Tour

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Jane Wilkinson Obituaries for Friday, Aug. 15, 2003
http://www.natchezdemocrat.com/news/2003/sep/17/obituaries-for-friday-aug-15-2003/
FERRIDAY, LA - Services for Jane Wilkinson, 67, of Ferriday, who died Thursday, Aug. 14, 2003, at Natchez Community Hospital, will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Young's Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Mack Walker officiating.

Burial will be in Greenlawn Memorial Park under the direction of Young's Funeral Home of Ferriday.

The family will receive friends from 5 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home.

She was a resident of Ferriday, a homemaker, a beauty operator and a member of Ridgecrest Baptist Church.

Mrs. Wilkinson was preceded in death by her father, Guy Mitcham; her mother, Sally McCaa; son, Jerry Lee Lewis, Jr.; five brothers and two sisters.

Survivors include her husband, Linous Wilkinson of Ferriday; two sons, Ronnie Lewis and wife, Melanie and Jimmy Wilkinson and wife, Debbie, all of Ferriday; five grandchildren, Somer Lance, Heather Barilleaux, Ronnie Lewis, Jr., Megan Wilkinson and Jimmy Wilkinson, II; great-grandchild, Ryan Lance; caregiver, Sissy Ferris; and a number of nieces, nephews and friends.

Pallbearers will be Mike Grantham, Chuckie Deweese, Rickey Raven, Roy Lance, Billy Freeman, Bo Whittington, James King and Bobby Enterkin.

Honorary pallbearers will be Dr. Jerry Iles, Hubert Lee McGlothin, Jimmy Kirven, Melton Pierre, Steve Hedrick and Gene Brashier.


 FERRIDAY, La. — An Abba CD croons "Dancing Queen" as Frankie Jean Lewis Terrell reclines dreamily on a plastic chair inside the convenience store she owns in Ferriday, La. She ignores the stale smell of beer and gestures frantically behind her, to the Lewis Family Museum.

"What do you do with a white elephant?" Terrell wants to know. A lopsided grin spreads across her face. "You put it on display and have a freak show."

Terrell knows her fair share about freak shows. She's the caretaker of the Lewis Family Museum, a maverick stepchild to the official Southern shrine of Graceland — something certain to irk its namesake Jerry Lee Lewis, who outlived, but never outsold, Elvis Presley.

With her crooked smile, pale eyes and wild hair, Terrell looks disarmingly similar to her famously rough brother, '50s rocker Lewis. She closes her mouth and narrows her eyes into hyphen-sized slits. "The Lewis Family Museum is the biggest freak show there is," Terrell, 66, preaches.

In Ferriday, a Concordia Parish town of about 4,000 some 13 miles west of the Mississippi River, few people would disagree with Terrell's pronouncement that the museum is a temple to the weird. In its unapologetic display of one famous family's demons, the Lewis Family Museum transforms the painful into the hilariously familiar.

Jerry Lee Lewis, who lives behind graffiti-covered walls on a ranch in Nesbit, Miss., turned 70 in September. In 2005 he won a Grammy for lifetime achievement. His star has waned, but the music hasn't died. Lewis' next CD, "The Pilgrim," slated for release later this year, likely will be his last. Twenty-two guest artists, including B.B. King, Mick Jagger, Ringo Starr and Eric Clapton, recorded with the Killer.

The Lewis Family Museum affirms his ever-so-humble beginnings. Alcohol, drugs and lawlessness set the backdrop to the story of a poor sharecropper's son, Lewis, turned child prodigy near rock 'n' roll's advent. They chronicle a crooner's rise from the violent, booze-soaked nightclubs of Natchez, Miss., to his immortalization in the bars of "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" and "Great Balls of Fire."

If sin had a soundtrack, it would sound very much like the wail of Jerry Lee Lewis' piano absorbing rage, which is why Terrell also believes people travel from all corners of the world — France, Japan, Australia — to walk across the floors of Lewis family history.

"I guess people like that are a curiosity to all of us," says Joan Svoboda, who visited from Nebraska. "How come people visiting Memphis drive by Graceland?"

Unlike Graceland, the Ferriday museum has few rules. Visitors may roam freely, from room to room. They may take photographs and touch most everything, except the pianos. One, its keys yellowed and jammed, is the first Jerry Lee Lewis ever pounded, and it stands in a bedroom, its lid covered with framed family photographs. Terrell says that ghosts of the living haunt this place, but the dead don't stick around. She keeps glass bottles of whiskey atop a black baby grand piano in the sitting room, a refusal to sugarcoat her brother's dangerous climb to stardom.

"Once you come see this house and take it all in, you're never the same once you leave," says Terrell, who speaks with the frenetic pace of a street preacher.

She confesses to curling up on her brother's bed at night, closing her eyes and pretending that time is capable of stopping and rewinding. She can listen to the past anytime she wants. She can replay it like a record.

"At night when I close my eyes, I can hear Jerry playing the piano," Terrell says. She e-mails her brother at least once a week, through her sister, musician Linda Gail Lewis.

Ferriday's other famous former residents, Linda Gail Lewis, Jimmy Lee Swaggart and Mickey Gilley, all enjoy corners of memorial in Terrell's museum, in the family home. Visitors may prowl the bedroom of Linda Gail Lewis, touch her makeup brushes (left on a nightstand) or let their fingers waltz across her dresses.

The museum pays little attention to Jerry Lee's marriage to his second cousin, Myra Gale, when she was 13. The scandal sank Lewis' career at a time when some thought he would surpass Presley in popularity. "You don't get inducted into this hall of fame," Terrell cackles. "You get indicted." The infamous marriage license of Lewis and Myra Gale hangs on a faux-wood paneled wall.

Visitors may think they've fallen through a portal to the 1950s. The oven in the kitchen holds shellacked bread baked decades ago on a Christmas morning by the now-deceased matriarch Mamie Lewis, who on Sept. 29, 1935, birthed the Killer on a four-poster bed exhibited in the home. The highchair of the man whose music helped define rock sits in the corner. His tattered baby clothes string a fine line above a bed. Their presence proclaims that even Jerry Lee Lewis had to start somewhere.

"It's strange how life goes on in other places and it just stops here," Terrell says sadly. "It's incredibly strange," she repeats.

Terrell says the home has always been a museum, but she officially started giving tours in 1960, lately adding a small admission fee because of rising costs. Her convenience store pays the taxes and utilities.

A chronic pack rat, she could wallpaper three rooms with the letters she has saved since the age of 11. She claims to have started the museum when she was 6 because she knew "Jerry Lee was special." Neighbors came from miles to hear him play the piano, and Terrell didn't want anyone to forget the music. That's why she stayed on in Ferriday, a dust-laced Louisiana delta town about 100 miles north of Baton Rouge.

"It's good to never change an address," Terrell says. "Jerry Lee can come back and see his baby shoes."

She keeps a house in Ferriday, but sleeps in the museum at night. She eats all her meals in its kitchen. Even if she tried to leave, she says she thinks the house would drag her back. The house isn't officially haunted, but Terrell believes that memories, all great and terrible, have enchanted its rooms.

After soaking up the Lewis saga — similar to a "Dallas" rerun minus the millionaires — museum visitors may sit with Terrell in her convenience store and drink something a Lewis would drink — usually whiskey, she says. Fans enter for free. Critics have to pay a dollar and only get to see one room. That's Terrell's rule.



The Chiller! FRANKIE JEAN LEWIS TERRELL "I can't imagine being reincarnated and not being me...I'm going to invent hard liquor in squirt guns..."

Other Frankie Jean Quotes:

"...You can't blackmail a Lewis...We tell all and we tell the truth...The town can't stand us. They'll lie to you...anytime someone lies on a Lewis, something bad happens to 'em...They named a damn cow trail after Jerry in a white neighborhood...made me sing Little Richard songs--tore up the check and the Decca contract--that was that...said I was crazy--Crazy and glad for it...Mickey's known in the family as Puss-Gut...We passed the nickname down from his father......got a hole in my pants, wearing a shirt from the mission store, make 7 cents off a dollar, and drawed $200 out of this store in 30 years...roots are in the black neighborhood...work 14 hours a day...Pay taxes and die...two things you're sure to do...Mickey makes no damn sense. I don't know why Mickey's so arrogant...(Jimmy Swaggart) has a slush puppy with no alcohol in it. I have a margarita every day..."



"...You can't blackmail a Lewis...We tell all and we tell the truth...The town can't stand us. They'll lie to you...anytime someone lies on a Lewis, something bad happens to 'em...They named a damn cow trail after Jerry in a white neighborhood...made me sing Little Richard songs--tore up the check and the Decca contract--that was that...said I was crazy--Crazy and glad for it...Mickey's known in the family as Puss-Gut...We passed the nickname down from his father......got a hole in my pants, wearing a shirt from the mission store, make 7 cents off a dollar, and drawed $200 out of this store in 30 years...roots are in the black neighborhood...work 14 hours a day...Pay taxes and die...two things you're sure to do...Mickey makes no damn sense. I don't know why Mickey's so arrogant...(Jimmy Swaggart) has a slush puppy with no alcohol in it. I have a margarita every day..."

Most days you'll find "The Chiller" at the Lewis Family Museum, or next door, at the Pik-Quick Drive-Thru beer and liquor store.

The proprietor is about 5ft., 5in., curly red poodle cut--you can see her resemblance to Jerry Lee.

The Lewis clan is intermarried with Swagger and Galleys, televangelists and Urban Cowboys--Frankie Jean went her own way.

Married at 11 and soon widowed, she has been Mrs. Marion Terrell for 43 years. She and her husband raised eight kids.

Write to Frankie Jean @(she doesn't have email):

The Jerry Lee Lewis Museum/712 Louisiana Ave/Ferriday,LA 71334:(318) 757-2460/fax(318)757-0709/include a self-addressed stamped envelope

video from: Arnold Rypens (oktober 2007)Nederland: Cotton Harvest Tour

FERRIDAY JERRYLEELEWIS MUSEUM FRANKIEJEANlewisterrell frankie jean lewis TOUR TERRELL PERSOONLIJKE Cotton Harvest Rypens Nederland


Jane Wilkinson Obituaries for Friday, Aug. 15, 2003
http://www.natchezdemocrat.com/news/2003/sep/17/obituaries-for-friday-aug-15-2003/
FERRIDAY, LA - Services for Jane Wilkinson, 67, of Ferriday, who died Thursday, Aug. 14, 2003, at Natchez Community Hospital, will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Young's Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Mack Walker officiating.

Burial will be in Greenlawn Memorial Park under the direction of Young's Funeral Home of Ferriday.

The family will receive friends from 5 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home.

She was a resident of Ferriday, a homemaker, a beauty operator and a member of Ridgecrest Baptist Church.

Mrs. Wilkinson was preceded in death by her father, Guy Mitcham; her mother, Sally McCaa; son, Jerry Lee Lewis, Jr.; five brothers and two sisters.

Survivors include her husband, Linous Wilkinson of Ferriday; two sons, Ronnie Lewis and wife, Melanie and Jimmy Wilkinson and wife, Debbie, all of Ferriday; five grandchildren, Somer Lance, Heather Barilleaux, Ronnie Lewis, Jr., Megan Wilkinson and Jimmy Wilkinson, II; great-grandchild, Ryan Lance; caregiver, Sissy Ferris; and a number of nieces, nephews and friends.

Pallbearers will be Mike Grantham, Chuckie Deweese, Rickey Raven, Roy Lance, Billy Freeman, Bo Whittington, James King and Bobby Enterkin.

Honorary pallbearers will be Dr. Jerry Iles, Hubert Lee McGlothin, Jimmy Kirven, Melton Pierre, Steve Hedrick and Gene Brashier.



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712 Louisiana Ave
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Father: Elmo Lewis, Sr. (convicted moonshiner, d. Jul-1979)
Mother: Mamie Ethel Lewis (d. 1970)
Sister: Linda Gail Lewis (singer, b. 18-Jul-1947)
Brother: Elmo Lewis, Jr. (killed by drunk driver)
Sister: Frankie Jean Lewis Terrell (curator, Jerry Lee Lewis Museum, b. 1944)
Wife: Dorothy Barton (preacher's daughter, m. 21-Feb-1952, div. 8-Oct-1953)
Wife: Jane Mitchum (m. 15-Sep-1953, sep. 1957, div. May-1958)
Son: Jerry Lee Lewis, Jr. (b. 15-Sep-1953, d. 13-Nov-1973 car accident)
Son: Ronnie Guy Lewis (drummer, "Suzie Q", b. 16-Mar-1956)
Wife: Myra Gail Brown (Lewis' cousin, b. 1944, m. 12-Dec-1957, sep. Dec-1970, div. May-1971)
Son: Steve Allen Lewis (b. 27-Feb-1959, d. Apr-1962 drowning)
Daughter: Phoebe Allen Lewis (b. 1963)
Wife: Jaren Elizabeth Gunn Pate (m. 1971, div. Dec-1973, d. Jun-1982 drowning)
Wife: Shawn Michelle Stevens (m. 7-Jun-1983, d. 22-Aug-1983 methadone overdose)
Wife: Kerrie McCarver (m. 24-Apr-1984, div. 2004)
Son: Jerry Lee Lewis III (b. 28-Jan-1987)
Girlfriend: Bonny Lee Bakley (groupie)
Daughter: Jeri Lee Lewis (b. 28-Jul-1993, with Bakley)

    High School: (dropped out)
    Theological: Southwestern Bible Institute, Waxahachie, Texas (dropped out)

    Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 1986
    Rockabilly Hall of Fame
    Betty Ford Center
    Married an Underage Girl
    Bankruptcy $3.75 million in back taxes 1988
    Drug Overdose
    Driving While Intoxicated Collierville, TN 22-Nov-1976
    Reckless Driving Collierville, TN 22-Nov-1976
    Driving without a License Collierville, TN 22-Nov-1976
    Drunk in Public Memphis, TN 23-Nov-1976
    Failure to Pay Child Support per 2003 lawsuit filed by Kerrie
    Risk Factors: Alcoholism, Cocaine, Marijuana
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    Chuck Berry Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll (18-Sep-1987) Himself
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    High School Confidential! (30-May-1958) Himself

Jerry Lee Lewis 'Cum' Interview  Jerry Lee Lewis Jimmy Swaggart http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x9naae_jerry-lee-lewis-keep-my-motor-runni_music
Jerry Lee Lewis: Keep My Motor Runnin' 1982
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Jerry Lee Lewis - Keep My Motor Runnin' Lyrics


I've been loving you since you were sweet 16
Good lookin' woman Jerry Lee ever seen
C'mon girl you got my heart a really jamming
Go ahead and keep my mother humping motor running
Lets go why don't you put it on the floor
Woman you really got me humming keep my motor running

I got fuel injections Jerry Lee's got front wheels
I've got completed systems on this time
you'll really love the feel
Satin sheets crawl up and down my lovely bed
If you lift the pillow you can lay your lovely head
lets go, whooooo, put it on the floor
really got me humming, keep my motor running

Oh go Rock and roll baby
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let me go, I got mother humping on the floor
yeah, you really got ol' killer humming
why don't you keep my motor running



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Jerry Lee Lewis Keep My Motor Runnin KEEP YOUR MOTOR RUNNIN MACK VICKERY AUSTIN CITY LIMITS 1982


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'The Runaways' Not A Biopic But Rather An Ode To Youth And Rock 'N Roll Featuring Coke-Snorting, Lesbian Leads

On the eve of it's Sundance Film Festival premiere, director Floria Sigismondi has taken to the L.A. Times to discuss her upcoming film, 'The Runaways" starring Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning as Joan Jett and Cherie Currie.

"It's young girls getting swept up into a world they couldn't handle," Sigismondi explains. "Feeding on those confusing feelings that develop from moving from girl to woman, I could reach deep into myself to find those things."

"I wanted to focus on Joan and Cherie. How different they are, how they were drawn together for this crazy experience. Joan is so focused, she really wanted to have this band. And Cherie wanted the rage of rock 'n' roll, the rebellion."

While a focus on Jett and Currie has always seemed a go as the script is based on Currie's 1989 memoir "Neon Angel: The Cherie Currie Story," the film's producer John Linson reveals any attempts to detail the band were thwarted by the inability to secure life rights for both Lita Ford and Jackie Fox. Ford still features in the film though, played by Scout Taylor-Compton, while Fox is totally absent - original bassist Micki Steele is fictionalized as Robin (Alia Shawkat).

Subsequently, rather than a musical biopic of the band, the film aimed to faithfully capture the "youth ethic in film" centering on "15-year-old rock stars" and "the rise and fall of kids."

Of course, a film about rock 'n roll has to feature sex and drugs, right? Not really but "The Runaways" ticks both boxes anyway. In potentially controversial scenes, Stewart and Fanning reportedly snort cocaine in an airplane bathroom and then get up close and personal about two-thirds of the way through (perverts, take note) in a revealing make-out scene at a roller rink.

The sight of 16 year old Fanning doing drugs is surely going to have conservatives in rapture. The make-out scene, meanwhile, seems to be more speculative than truth -- Sigismondi explains that in Victory Tischler-Blue's rockumentary, "Edgeplay: A Film About the Runaways," Currie "mentions that Joan is really good in bed" so the director thought; "I have to pry into this a bit. It will cause an explosion in the film. Why not go there?"

If anything, the film should flourish in the performance department; the quintet of Stewart, Fanning, Taylor-Compton, Shawkat and Stella Maeve, who plays drummer Sandy West, reportedly rehearsed together for over a month before shooting began. Much though will rely on the musical talents of Stewart and Fanning who laid down vocals for The Runaways' tracks to be used in the film.
Stewart was under the constant guise of Joan Jett herself and, according to Sigismondi, "completely embodied the character of Joan... her body language, her face, her walk. It's amazing how she has just become her."

“We rehearsed for a long time, which was a great advantage," the director adds. "We got the girls in the recording studio, got the recordings right. Then by the time we filmed it, it wasn’t lip-syncing. Because they were the ones who had done it. I put Dakota in with my husband’s band so she could feel what it’s like to have big drums and amps behind her – so she could feel what it’s like to be a singer having to fight for the sounds. You have to use your body for that. I wanted to give her that experience.”


The L.A. Times, who sounds like they've already seen the film, further detail the film's plot, which should already be gospel to Runaways fans.

The film follows Currie at age 15 as she chafes against the San Fernando Valley's suburban torpor and her family's psychological abandonment en route to becoming the most forward female face in rock. On a parallel track, Jett is shown raging against the proverbial machine, defying all cultural expectation to stake out her place as a young woman in the boys' club of hard rock while still in her midteens.

One night in Hollywood, Jett approaches record impresario Kim Fowley (a scene-chewing Michael Shannon in campy glam drag) who introduces her to drummer Sandy West (Maeve) and becomes the band's Svengali. Fowley "discovers" Currie at a nightclub, installs her as frontwoman and even concocts the lyrics to one of the group's biggest hits, "Cherry Bomb," on the spot during Currie's audition. Scant character development is devoted to West and bandmate-guitarist Lita Ford (Taylor-Compton).
"The Runaways" premieres on January 24th at Sundance before hitting theaters March 19th.
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La prostitution (du latin pro statuere mettre devant, exposer au public) est une activité consistant à échanger des relations sexuelles contre une rémunération financière. Bien que cette activité soit pratiquée par les membres des deux sexes, elle est le plus souvent le fait des femmes, mais cela concerne aussi les hommes dans le cadre de prostitution homosexuelle, travesti, et hétérosexuelle, ainsi que les transsexuels. Le terme générique employé est prostitué(e).

Histoire

L’entremetteuse, œuvre du peintre Dirck van Baburen en 1622
Dans la civilisation méditerranéenne et européenne, l’attitude prohibitionniste (‘la prostitution est une activité immorale qui doit être réprimée et abolie’) a existé depuis les premiers temps historiques et les mesures abolitionnistes, malgré leur inefficacité patente, sont maintenues jusqu’au XIIe siècle. L’attitude de la réglementation (‘la prostitution est une activité comme une autre qu’il suffit de réglementer’) a été chronologiquement la seconde attitude, au XIIe siècle les réglementations renaissent et finissent par se généraliser. Au XVIe siècle, les mesures abolitionnistes réapparaissent dans toute l’Europe. Elles sont à nouveau remplacées par des réglementations au XIXe siècle. À la fin du XIXe siècle, avec les combats de Josephine Butler, l’abolitionnisme moderne naît dans la Grande-Bretagne victorienne. La France, qui a été le pays d’origine du réglementarisme, change d’orientation en 1946 et adopte un régime abolitionniste.

Les politiques actuelles vis-à-vis de la prostitution

Une prostituée dans un bar en Thaïlande.

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