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The most common stereotype of Prostitutes is that they are all street walkers willing to accept a few dollars for their services, drug addicted and controlled by pimps. In reality, this “oldest profession” falls into a few categories. Yes, there are the streetwalkers whose lives are awful, however, there are also those hookers who provide sexual favours in massage parlours, hotels and out of their own apartments and at the end of the spectrum you find Prostitutes working for themselves and charging sums of money that can run into thousands of dollars for a night or even an hour...

sex-work is still a crime in some countries of the world but there are countries such as Amsterdam that decided to officially make it legal, The Dutch made sex-work legal in the mid-1800s but it wan not until the 1980s that sex work was made a legally acceptable profession, bans on brothels and pimping were lifted and the industry is now controlled by labour law.hookers in Holland are registered workers, municipalities are responsible for issuing their licences and conducting inspections to ensure safe working conditions.

In Germany prostitution is legal and regulated, brothels are registered businesses requiring appropriate liquor and food licensing, if served, though surprisingly a brothel licence isn’t necessary, prostitutes pay income taxes and must charge a value added tax (VAT) for their services.

In the majority of the parts however, sex work hasn’t got a clear definition and although its not promoted openly, its not a crime either, in these parts of the world you will not find people serving prison sentences for prostitution even when there are rare police arrests.

In other places, prostitution itself may be legal, but many activities that surround it (like operating a brothel, pimping, and soliciting in a public place) are illegal, often making it hard for people to engage in prostitution without breaking any law, this is the case in the UK, Italy and France.

In some nations women who work within the law enjoy huge benefits: better access to health care, protection from violent customers and protection from exploitation. Antwerp has apparently one of the best bordellos in Europe, equipped with their own police station and high tech sensors.

by keeping it illegal, America perpetuates an unsafe and unequal system that stigmatises and exploits sex workers, not to mention, there is widespread evidence that Legalizing prostitution has significant public health benefits. making prostitution legal is a controversial subject in many places and in these places, some argue that decriminalizing sex work promotes an industry that degrades and abuses people, especially women. This may be a fair point but if you look at America, by keeping sex work illegal it has created an environment in which sex workers are subjected to violence, disease, ridicule and inequality.

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