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Germany's Cabinet on Wednesday approved legislation meant to better control prostitution and make life safer for sex workers, a bill that includes making the use of condoms obligatory.
Legislation in that legalized prostitution gave sex workers social benefits but led to an explosion of unregulated brothels, prompting calls for tighter controls. The new bill, which still requires parliamentary approval, calls for stricter regulation of such establishments and those who operate them.
Businesses will require an official permit that will depend on what the government calls "the reliability of the operator," and people who have been convicted of offenses such as people smuggling, blackmail or fraud won't get permits. Operators will be forbidden from giving sex workers orders on the "the nature and scale of sexual services," while sex workers will have to register and receive health advice at least every two years. It is to take effect in July , a delay that the government said is meant to give local authorities time to put in place the new procedures.
However, a union representing German police already has said it's unreasonable to expect anyone to check whether customers at a brothel are using condoms. Cornelia Moehring, a senior lawmaker with the opposition Left Party, said many sex workers will balk at registering because of the fear of social stigma—"so they will continue working illegally and really lose any protection. Frank Kempe, a spokesman for the ministry for women and families, conceded that verifying condom use would be difficult.
But he said it is important to "set a standard" that backs up sex workers demanding their use. Explore further. All rights reserved. Your feedback will go directly to Science X editors. Thank you for taking your time to send in your valued opinion to Science X editors. You can be assured our editors closely monitor every feedback sent and will take appropriate actions.