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In fact, there are 77 countries that have completely legalized it and 11 that have limited prostitution but still allow it. Some places, like the United States , have made it illegal with a few exceptions.
Many countries have cut down on prostitution in a roundabout way by confining it to red light districts or by making it extremely difficult for sex workers to actually get clients. This list explores the ins and outs of legal prostitution around the globe. Much like Belize, Canada has established contradicting laws. While anti-prostitution laws and how they are enforced vary by country, they also vary within certain areas of any given country regardless of what nation-wide laws state.
While Belgium allows prostitution and prohibits brothels, many brothels are still openly operated without any consequences. They are seen as a nuisance, but authorities put no effort into policing red light districts. Places like Villa Tinto, the self-proclaimed most high-tech brothel in Europe, has an elaborate operation that involves prostitutes clocking in via biometric fingerprint scanner and posing in a boutique-like display window to lure in potential clients.
Belize is a bit tricky. Many other countries have decided to institute similar laws, treating prostitutes as victims instead of criminals. While prostitution is legal in France as long as there are no pimps, brothels, or advertising involved, the French Government passed a bill in which made even "passive soliciting" illegal.
Some donned masks and many held signs with phrases such as, "You sleep with us, you vote against us," written on them. It was the profession's largest protest since They will be granted a temporary residence permit and encouraged to join the program to find safer work.