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Built on about five million piles, the port city is known for its canals, which once served as the main transport route for goods and people.
With its world-famous red light district dotted with window brothels, Amsterdam and the Netherlands as a whole are seen as a haven for sex workers.
But the reality is nowhere near that black-and-white, according to a member of a Dutch union which represents those who work in the adult industry.
The Netherlands is one of the most densely populated countries in the world (400 inhabitants per sq. Many dikes over a total length of about 3,000 km protect the flat land against flooding.
The highest point (Mount Scenery, 877 meters) in the Netherlands is located on the Caribbean island of Saba.
“In some councils it’s OK to be a sex worker in your own home, in some you can only work in a brothel, some do not give licenses to brothels.
In others you are not classed as running a business if you only have a few clients a week and only put up adverts twice a year - and that’s OK.As well as fighting for sex workers’ rights in Holland, Proud are defending those in other countries and helping researchers to understand how conditions differ in countries in Africa, Asia and Europe.Asked if Luhrs is a feminist, she says of course she is - and her works speaks for itself.The Netherlands is located in north-western Europe and bounded by the North Sea.A special feature that is also part of The Netherlands is the Dutch Caribbean islands of Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba, known as the Caribbean Netherlands."It’s irrelevant if you are a ‘happy hooker’ or not.When sex work is work we should have access to labour rights no matter your ideology.Together with Belgium and Luxembourg, the Netherlands form part of the Benelux countries.Of the total 16,680,000 inhabitants, 799,345 live in the capital city of Amsterdam.But if another sex worker is in the house then it can be classed as a business." “So while sex work is legal, every council makes their own rules and can change their minds,” explains Luhrs.These differences create a monopoly for certain councils and brothels, making it harder for women to move around the country and in turn to escape from danger without fearing they are breaking the law.