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It’s Legal to Sell Sex in Amsterdam, But Don’t Expect the Same Rights As Other Workers.

After I finish graduate school, I still want to get paid to fuck. It is Thursday afternoon. I only have one evening class on campus, and then I will probably return to my room to work with a few clients.

No condom, no luck in Amsterdam's red light district

I have a couple clients scheduled for later in the evening. My Wednesday night was a little hectic; a close friend turned years-old. We celebrated, as expected, and I am still feeling the effects of the alcohol. I already drank a liter of water, I ate a decent breakfast of yogurt and bananas, and I am now waiting in my cool, dim, and richly decorated room. The curtains are down because this is a private call.

I look at the clock on the wall, and the time is in the afternoon. My client arrives at I decide to go to my vanity and take a shot of vodka to calm my nerves. I also want to make sure my pussy gets extra wet for this client. I need to relax. This client likes a wet pussy, and he likes hard nipples. He books me three times per month, and he always leaves a generous tip.

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Sort order. Jan 01, Sheila rated it liked it. Lacey is working her way through graduate school by working at The Brothel. And those workshops will be open to every sex workers.


Other cities also have a red light district, it is not just in Amsterdam. In Utrecht for instance, there used to be one which was closed in because of human trafficking concerns. The women then moved to boats, but the red light district will reopen this year with around rooms. On the practical side, prostitution in the Netherlands has been legalized since Also prostitution is considered as a regular job.

Sex workers have the same rights, protections and obligations as any worker in the Netherlands. Since , they even pay taxes on their earnings. Jokes aside, women working in prostitution in the Netherlands are also eligible for unemployment and invalidity benefits. As with any other job. The Dutch being pragmatic as always, decided to legalize brothels. Yes, brothels, because prostitution was actually not a crime as long as it was voluntary.

After , it became legal to run a business in which you hire sex workers. As long as you get the license, otherwise it is still not legal since there are some conditions to respect.


It was legalized to fight human trafficking and to protect the sex workers. There also were some debates about the legal age to work, which is 18 but the government considered This was dropped because the girls would feel more secure to ask for help if they are not doing something illegal. Very smart Dutchies…. However, pimps do face prosecution for hiring someone younger than 21, as well as clients. Also, medical checkups can be used as an excuse for unsafe sex, hence why they decided not to make it mandatory.

Again: smart. However, the sex workers do have access to medical care which is also facilitated by the government, and they have to do regular checkups. Brothel owners also need to get a health certificate before being able to employ and start a business. And there are several police controls to check if any abuses are happening. Yes, everything is under control. Or so we try to think, because unfortunately some abuses are happening. BUT the controls are here to check IF everything is under control, which is already trying to protect the people as much as possible.

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