Sex Work and Human Rights

Bundesrat demands objective debate and differentiated measures amid plans to reform Prostitution Act

Bundesrat (Photo: campsmum / Patrick Jayne and Thomas)

Resolution about measures to regulate prostitution

Last Friday, the Upper House of the German Parliament, the Bundesrat, passed a resolution calling for an objective debate and differentiated measures amid plans by the ruling coalition of Conservatives and Social Democrats to reform the German Prostitution Act of 2002 (ProstG).

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2 responses

  1. paulcarr

    Germany doesn’t fall for the bullshit End demand/”all prostitutes are trafficked” proposals of the anglosphere and Sweden. Germany gives me hope.

    April 14, 2014 at 5:24 pm

    • It’s not over until the [pick politically correct body shape and gender of your choice] sings, but yes, this was somewhat encouraging news.

      April 14, 2014 at 5:40 pm

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