Countries Where Prostitution Is Legal and How It Works
Prostitution is one of the oldest trends of our society practised all around the world, the thing is in some countries it is legally practised with some social aids provided by the Government to the Brothels and in some countries it is illegal and ban and has strict rules and regulations against prostitution. So here is a list of some countries where prostitution is legal and is legally practised.
Australia is one of the countries where prostitution is legal, but in few parts of Australia prostitution is strictly prohibited. Owning a brothel is also legal in Australia.
Due to poor financial conditions prostitution and owning a brothel is legal in Bangladesh, but male prostitution is strictly banned and is illegal in Bangladesh.
Brothels are provided with liscenses operating under public health and employment laws. New Zealand comes in the countries where prostitution is legal since 2003.
Prostitution is completely legal in Denmark. The government of Denmark provides full support to the prostitutes and brothels working in the country.
Gremany comes in the countries where prostitution is legal since 1927. Prostitues and brothels are provided with social benefits like health insurance and pensions, they also have to pay taxes for the welfare of the nation.
Prostitutes have to register themselves to legally practise their work. Prostitutes can register themselves form the Age of 19. Prostitution is completely legal in Austria and they also have to pay taxes.
Prostitution is treated a state of the art in Belgium. Brothels are provided with keycards and fingerprint technology to practise their work legally
These were the countries where prostitution is legal and is practised on a day to day basis.