In the Netherlands
I lived in the Netherlands when I left school and it opened my eyes to many very good things, coming from "good auld Catholic Ireland" I certainly needed some eye opening.
I thought it was amazing that prostitutes were on the national health service.
Correct me if I get the details wrong but in the NL, if you have a severe illness, you can get a prostitute to visit you at home, paid for by the government.
I think that is brilliant, there is no point in denying that prostitution exists and that everyone, even the sick, want sex.
So ... what to do about this illegal circuit? It obviously still pays to traffick these women otherwise this circuit would have died out automatically.
I don't know, I would assume that legalising it would certainly get rid of a lot of the illegal trafficking?
In Poland, prostitution IS legal.
Is it really?