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Prostitution has been condemned, shameful and act of low standing individuals in many societies. It is not accepted among most religions and it is mainly frowned upon in communities. According to researcher, Anna Kontula, the estimated number of prostitutes is in Finland. Half of these workers are finnish natives and the other half Russians and Estonians. She believes that this is mainly a means to an end for students who prefer the fast money earned to more time consuming and less financially beneficial jobs.
In the parliament passed a law, which partially banned the practise of this profession. The law is enforced in the cases, where there are pimps or humantrafficking involved. Unlike in Finland this line of work is legalised and regulated in eight of the european countries. One of those countries is Germany.
In the government of Germany changed laws in order to improve the legal situation of the prostitutes. The workers are employed with contracts, though the vast majority of the job is performed independently.
There are many forms of prostitution, but the most common street prostitution is usually organised and controlled by pimps. The vast majority of the workers are immigrants, which increases the potential human trafficking that may occur. Nowadays prostitution itself is legal in Finland, but soliciting in a public place is still illegal. S State Dept Trafficking In Persons Report stated that Finland is a destination and transit country for women and girls trafficked from eastern countries and usually distributed not only to Europe but also the United States of America.
Prostitution as a way of life has been condemned and looked down on throught out the centuries. It has been the job of the underprivileged and leads, almost unevitably, to social exclusion. This attitude towards prostitution was derived from the religious views of the morals and ethics societies are built or based on. Therefore, people have formed a general opinion of a negative nature towards this occupation. And that attitude does not differ in Finland.