For now this proposal has not received any official reaction from the state authorities.
The president of that trade union in question, Blazo Markovic, told Prva TV that there are at least three reasons why the proposal was made. The first and the most important is, as he explains, the health of the inhabitants of Serbia.
Turkey's Constitutional Court has ruled that legal protections on privacy rights do not cover prostitutes because "accepting prostitution as a profession would be against human dignity."
Greek transgender author Anna Kouroupou will talk with host of Ant-1 TV’s late night show “OLA”, Themos Anastasiadis on sex reassignment, prostitution, bullying and gender studies at school. The author opens up about her tough life experiences, including her gang rape, men and the dark path to prostitution. Don’t miss the show a little after midnight on Tuesday on Ant-1 TV.
The sexy outfits worn by the ladies in the outdoors ‘prostitution industry’, or lack therieof, is their selling point to potential customers. Unfortunately for the women, this might be about to change on a main road in Milan, Italy. The girls will be compelled to swap their clothes for reflective protection jackets and trousers, or face a 500 Euro fine.