Prostitution is the act, practise or profession of offering the body for s3xual relations for money. In a broader term, prostitution is described as the act of exchanging s3x for money, favour or gratification. It is not in all cases that money is the lure
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However, today we are about to discuss some countries which have decided to regulate prostitution, see them below:
Although street s3x hawking is been banned in Finland, clients still have access to sec hawkers through the use of Internet and personal ads. Also purchasing or pimping a trafficked victim is been banned
2. Costa Rica
Prostitution is a business that is completely legal in Costa Rica. It’s a common profession in this country. However, some things are illegal in Costa Rica such as Pimping, prostitution rings, child prostitution and human trafficking as well.
The legalization of prostitution in Costa Rica has made it a destination point for women and children who are being trafficked for s3xual exploitation purposes.
3. New Zealand
Prostitution was legalized in this country, New Zealand in the year 2003. There are even licensed brothels operating under public health and employment laws, which means the workers get social benefits just like every other employee.
People in Austria makes money out of prostitution work in the country. Prostitutes are required to register, undergo periodic health examinations, be 19 years old and above and pay taxes.
Except for male prostitution, everything else is permitted . Pimping and owning a brothel is also legal.
In Denmark, prostitution was illegal in the year 1999, but the authorities wanted to keep watch over the industry. So they felt it would be easier to police a legal trade than an illegal one hence the approval of prostitution. Third-party activities such as coercion, procuring, trafficking, and the solicitation of minors, however, must be illegal.
In Canada, It is illegal to publicly market wares as a prostitute and also purchase s3xual services but it is legal to be an s3x worker, pimping or even owning a brothel.
There are an estimated 400,000 prostitutes workers in Germany. Prostitution brings in about six billion Euros each year with a clientele of an estimate of 1.2 million.
As long as you are 21 years old, registered and update your medical card every two weeks, then In Greece you can do pretty much anything that doesn’t involve s3x trafficking. Brothels are also legal and pimping as well.
It is legal to work in the s3x industry in Colombia, though pimping isn’t. Prostitution is especially widespread in cities such as Cartagena and Barranquilla.
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