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Antwerp will introduce a new law on prostitution in September. The aim is to better define and index the sexual services offered outside what the law tolerates. The new bill will explicitly ban advertising and selling unprotected sex. The new law has been introduced because of an increase in a demand for unprotected sex that police and humanitarian organisations have noticed recently. The increase in demand has led to an increase in supply, which in turn increases the risk of sexually transmitted diseases.
Antwerp has therefore decided to ban the advertisement and sale of unprotected sex outright. The new law will also list new health and safety conditions managers will have to meet for the sale of any sexual services.
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