human trafficking

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    An article written by Marie-Victoire Louis in Le Monde diplomatique in 1997, claimed that 80% of prostitutes in Amsterdam were foreigners and 70% had no immigration papers (but did not quote the source). [4] A Dutch report released in June 1999 estimated that two thirds of prostitutes were foreigners

    In the 1970s, the majority of foreign prostitutes were from Thailand, in the 1980s from Latin America and the Caribbean. After the fall of the Berlin Wall, many prostitutes came from Central and Eastern Europe. No more than one third were Dutch nationals, the remainder representing 44 nationalities. The majority were from the Dominican Republic, Colombia, the Czech Republic and Poland.

    In 2008, Karina Schaapman, a former prostitute and former member of the Amsterdam city council, produced a report about the Amsterdam sex trade. She offered the police a Facebook with 80 "violent pimps", of whom only three were Dutch-born. She said that more than 75% of Amsterdam's 8,000 to 11,000 prostitutes were from Eastern Europe, Africa and Asia.


    A study released by TAMPEP in 2009 put the number of migrant prostitutes at 60% (a decrease from 70% in 2006), originating from: Central Europe (EU) 40%, Latin America 20%, Western Europe 12%, Eastern Europe (non-EU) 8%, Africa 8%, Balkans 4%, Asia 4%, Baltic states 3% (estimates for 2008 )

    According to the International Encyclopedia of Sexuality, during the 1990s, some 10% of prostitutes worked on the streets, 30% in window prostitution, 30% in sex clubs, 15% in an escort service, and 15% in their private residence. Drug addicts, including drug tourists, were said to be numerous in the street prostitution group. Window and club prostitution were dominated by Caribbean, South-American, African, and Asian women.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prostitution_in_the_Netherlands
     
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    Q: How do people who live in or near the Red-light district in Amsterdam explain prostitution to their small children who inevitably see it while living their everyday lives?

    A: People in Amsterdam, including children, never encounter prostitution unless they go out of their way to do so.

    You seem to confuse the red light district, which comprises a few inner city streets and canals, for the city as a whole.

    A: In Amsterdam prostitution is legal. Legalized prostitution is an indication that they are not as wound up by the idea that some people pay for sex as places that pretend prostitution does not exist and thus endanger both sex workers and their clients.

    If my child asked, I would explain that some people sell flowers in the market, others sell eggs and some people who have neither eggs, nor flowers, will sell their own body. Then I'd explain that this isn't always the best choice - and why - in a way that they could understand. Then I'd segue into a conversation about what they wanted to be when they grow up and we'd talk about that.

    https://www.quora.com/How-do-people...ably-see-it-while-living-their-everyday-lives


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    Amsterdam has a population of 851,373 within the city proper, 1,351,587 in the urban area, and 2,410,960 in the Amsterdam metropolitan area.

    4,613,920 total...

    She said that more than 75% of Amsterdam's 8,000 to 11,000 prostitutes were from Eastern Europe, Africa and Asia.


    8,000-11,000 of the total population is .. 0.17% and 0.238%


    Amsterdam is located in the North Holland province in the western area of the country and it comprises a great deal of Randstad, one of the largest conurbations in Europe with a population of more than 7 million. In 2016, Amsterdam has an estimated population of 813,562 within the city limits.

    While Amsterdam has a 2016 population of 813,562 in the city limits, the urban area has a population estimated at 1.1 million and a greater metropolitan area with a population close to 1.6 million. The city has a population density of 4,908 people per square kilometer (12,710/sq mi).



    Amsterdam experienced its first mass immigration in the 20th century as Indonesians moved to the area following the independence of the Dutch East Indies. By the 1960s, guest workers emigrated from Italy, Spain, Morocco and Turkey. In the 1970s, a large number of Surinamese moved to the city after Suriname gained independence. There have also been waves of illegal immigrants and asylum seekers from Asia, Europe, America and Africa.

    Individuals of non-Western origin account for 35% of Amsterdam's population and over half of all children in the city. Non-Westerners are concentrated in certain neighborhoods, such as Nieuw-West, Bijlmer, Zeeburg and Amsterdam-Noord.

    http://worldpopulationreview.com/world-cities/amsterdam-population/

    Amsterdam is the largest city in and capital of The Netherlands

    For such a large populated place, legalization for a very small percentage would only mean decriminalization to that small percentage.

    Yet supposedly, The Netherlands is the most LGBT friendly and accepting country in Europe with over 90 percent of Dutch persons accepting same sex activities and marriages. And the age of consent being 16.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT_rights_in_the_Netherlands


    Perhaps the question of sexuality is not one of fidelity but one about casuality.

    How comfortable are you having 'casual' sex?

    For some, intimacy grows out from being casual.. For others, casual grows out from being intimate.

    So there is a two fold question that is being quietly addressed ..

    What are your values of 'intimacy' and what are you values to 'casuality'.

    When a person has intercourse with another, DNA transfers occur. One partner receives samples of DNA from the other and the other receives DNA from the other. DNA is not only contained in semen but it is also contained in the natural lubricants which the bodies produce during intercourse. And with these 'tradings' of DNA, each body receives a sample of the other person's DNA onto, within, their own body. Those DNA helixes can merge into the internal walls of the inwards, for the woman, and also seep into the inwards of the man. I am unsure how to rid oneself of another person's DNA which may have seeped into the inner membranes, but with casuality, a person is more likely to have had many more partners than those that refrain from casual sex. And so, does intimacy have to do with one on one or can it also have something to do with groups on groups?

    Because if only consent and permission is/are the foundations and basises of 'intimacy', they it would not seem out of the ordinary if persons could 'consent and be permitted' to join 'intimate' groups.

    And here is another question.. Do most of the casual sex occur between 'friends' within the same 'friend's group' or do they occur between 'strangers' who belong to another 'friend's group'?

    Keeping 'intimate' within the 'intimate group' would be much more 'intimate' than casual. Which some persons do, and this leads to them becoming as unwedded lovers as boy and girl friends..

    So are the persons in the intimate circle MORE important to keep 'clean' than those a person might meet for a casual experience?


    This gets down to bodily needs and desires... who will give my body what it is craving for, if it is a bodily craving and not a life long promise..

    That is why prostitution is one of the oldest 'service trades' still around today.

    Not every male can contain his bodily urges and desires and not every male is married.

    The Holy Bible talks of the 'natural use' of the woman.. The natural use of the woman is to provide for children and the natural occurrences which accompany child bearing.

    It is not unheard of that prostitutes which were impregnated were 'due' recompense for their 'natural use' being fully used.
     
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