This might interest some of you who enjoy analyzing c-36.
These cases pop up from time to time in the US and never have much success. But if anything good ever comes out of US courts in the next decade, it will certainly start in either California, Nevada or Washington (state). And a lot of scholars have predicted that if prostitution is ever decriminalized in the States it will be because of the Lawrence decision. How can sodomy be okay, but not consensual prostitution?
I think there is a way to donate to help. I should donate, but I have no trouble finding "sort of legal" escorts in California since they screen too much to ever get arrested or inadvertently get their customers arrested. The problem is that they charged so much that I have no extra funds left in my US mongering budget to help legalize this activity in California.