She is a strong opponent of prostitution and an outspoken advocate for Sweden's approach to prostitution, in which the sex buyers are prosecuted, but the prostitutes are supported by the social services in an effort to move them out of the industry. In 2005, the program The Gender War criticized Ekberg for telling the reporter Evin Rubar that she could not expect help if she was assaulted since she opposed the feminist movement. This led to calls for her resignation, but Equality Minister (Jämställdhetsminister) Jens Orback defended her.
Subsequently, she became Co-Executive Director to the lobby group Coalition Against Trafficking in Women International in Brussels, from which she continued to campaign against prostitution around the world, including Bulgaria Australia and Vancouver.
- Feminist lawyer outlines Swedish prostitution success
- En moralisk kollaps för svensk journalistik. Bo Rothstein. 16 October 2005. Dagens Nyheter.
- Jämställdhetsexperts advokattitel ifrågasatt Dagens Nyheter 2005.
- Orback har fortsatt förtroende för Ekberg Mikael Bondesson and Annika Folcker. 25 May 2005. Dagens Nyheter.
- Bevare oss för statens ”prostitutionsexperter” Dick Wase. Newsmill 2009-02-23.
- Raelene Frances - Perspective - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)