Escorts in Amsterdam, North Holland - Select An Escort
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The types of Amsterdam escorts to search for
Amsterdam BBW - These are the larger woman, generally with a dress size of 16 and larger
Amsterdam Mature - An older escort. Mature means different ages to different clients. I presume the older the client is, the older the lady is to be mature.
Amsterdam Ebony - A black lady.
Amsterdam Models - A model refers to a girl who has a model figure, complexion and hair. She will be slim tall and beautiful. She will generally comand a high fee.
Amsterdam Teen - A younger escort who is 18 to 21 years old.
Amsterdam in the News
13th April 2019 Prostitution coming under scrutiny in Amsterdam, red-light capital of the world
A social media campaign has managed to secure 45,000 signatures to discourage sex work. They want to implement the Nordic model. The article also states incorrectly, Amsterdam has long been held as the model for the modern sex industry, with prostitution legalized and rebranded as part of the leisure industry. This is incorrect, Amsterdam has much legislation affecting sex work, which discriminates against sex workers and forces them to work in limited areas. The go-to model is the decriminalised model as is implemented in New Zealand, and New South Wales of Australia.
The campaign for the Nordic Model is headed by A Christian and radicle feminist protest group called Exxpose. Natasja Bos, one of two co-founders stated, The mood has changed. Buying sex is just wrong.
Most sex workers in the country disagree. There are in shock, It is a petition against sex workers and will force us to work in different ways. The supporters of the petition fail to understand the difference between tradition consensual sex work and the trafficking rings. On Saturday afternoon, prostitutes took to the streets to condemn what they saw as a damper on their business, drawing support from celebrities, intellectuals and ordinary citizens. Some in the crowd described the petition as hypocritical. “How do you justify allowing women to be prostitutes while forbidding men from turning to them?” said one protester, named Hans. “It is completely incoherent.”
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8th March 2019 Amsterdam’s first woman mayor has a plan to make sex work safer
Amsterdam's first woman mayor, Femke Halsema, wants to make sex work safer in the city. She says her administration is working with local sex workers (If true, that is very welcome news), sex business owners, researchers and the police. One possible law change will allow sex workers to rent apartments outside of the red light district. Window sex workers are presently barred from recruiting online, a UK research group who surveyed sex workers found 80% felt online recruitment improved their lives and safety.
Sex workers in Amsterdam are sceptical, past involvement by government initiatives are resulted in working locations being close down, but the past support of sex workers by Femke Halsema gives some thoughts of hope.
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