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laugh Sexelance in Denmark - 10-14-2019, 10:50 AM




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Two days a week, Danish social entrepreneur Michael Lodberg Olsen drives his “Sexelance” and parks it in the streets of Vesterbro, Copenhagen's red light district. Olsen, who has worked on initiatives for vulnerable people since the early 1990s, converted an old ambulance into a mobile unit where street sex workers can work for no charge in a safe and clean environment, guarded by volunteers from a distance.

Studies show that sex workers in Denmark are violated or threatened by customers about 31 percent of the time while working the streets compared to only three percent in brothels, according to the Danish National Centre for Social Research.

For while prostitution is legal in Denmark, it is illegal to profit from other people selling sex, such as pimping, or to rent rooms to sex workers, which means prostitutes can end up having sex in places like parks, alleyways, behind parked cars and telephone booths.

This can put sex workers in danger from some clients and passers-by, according to rights groups, who are concerned that migrant or trafficked women are especially vulnerable as they are often afraid to report violence or assaults to the police.

-Thomson Reuters Foundation.
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