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Selling sex and running brothels are legal in the Netherlands, however the details of laws around the country can make the day-to-day lives of sex workers tough, explains Yvette Luhrs, who is an adult film actress, a webcam performer and member of the Proud union.The group, which has been running for around three years, fights for the rights of those who sell sex, work in strip clubs, in adult films, perform phone sex, and appear on cam sites.The jail sentence is something we fought hard against,” she says.Currently, each town and city has its own rules about sex workers being allowed to work ih their jurisdiction.
These differences create a monopoly for certain councils and brothels, making it harder for women to move around the country and in turn to escape from danger without fearing they are breaking the law.With its world-famous red light district dotted with window brothels, Amsterdam and the Netherlands as a whole are seen as a haven for sex workers.But the reality is nowhere near that black-and-white, according to a member of a Dutch union which represents those who work in the adult industry.“You won't get a mortgage from sex work, or a business bank account. We have only access to prostitution law not access to human rights or labour rights.” New Zealand, she continues, is the country to emulate when piecing together sex work laws, adds Luhrs.In 2003, the New Zealand Prostitution Reform Act, and fully decriminalised sex work.
“In some councils it’s OK to be a sex worker in your own home, in some you can only work in a brothel, some do not give licenses to brothels.