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Sex kontaktanzeigen Erfurt

The so-called Bremer Regulations of 1852 stated that prostitution was "not a trade in the true sense".

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Full service sex work is widespread and regulated by the German government, which levies taxes on it.In the documentary film, Memory of the Camps, a project supervised by the British Ministry of Information and the American Office of War Information during the summer of 1945, camera crews filmed women who stated that they were forced into sexual slavery for the use of guards and favored prisoners.The film makers stated that as the women died they were replaced by women from the concentration camp Ravensbrück.In 2002, the government changed the law in an effort to improve the legal situation of sex workers.However, the social stigmatization of sex work persists and many workers continue to lead a double life.would have to go into the whoredom houses tolerated under the supervision of the state".

Beginning in the 19th century, sex workers in many regions had to register with police or local health authorities and submit to regular health checks to curb venereal diseases.

Emperor Sigismund (1368–1437) thanked the city of Konstanz in writing for providing some 1,500 workers for the Council of Constance which took place from 1414 to 1418.

Sex workers were more vigorously persecuted beginning in the 16th century, with the start of the Reformation and the appearance of syphilis.

The state regulation at the same time created an atmosphere which at the same time defined what was considered proper, and proper feminine sexuality.

Controls were particularly tight in the port city of Hamburg.

In Imperial Germany (1871–1918) attitudes to sex work was ambivalent.