In the 1990s, a number of changes shifted the focus of debates. These included an increasing globalization of movements on both parts of the debate, and the were moving to change their legislation in two distinct and different directions, there was political instability in Eastern Europe and there was also increasing concern about, while state feminists were also playing an increasing part in policy debates. There were however occasional dissenting voices such as the debate in Le Nouvel Observateur in 1999, sparked by the Dutch legislation. The 2000 manifestations Debates on sex work are often excuses for an onslaught of violence on the part of those who have understood that, in order to eliminate a category of the population, one must start by finding the means to shut it up, to discredit its speech. 22 le opened in the mid-1920s and soon became the top address A 2010 proposal by Chantal Brunel for a return to regulated brothels was opposed by French sex workers see Politics, above. Crainte qu e les prostituées ont d e se faire arrêter, q ui pousse le s prostituées, surt out cel le s qui fo nt la rue, à mo nte r à b ord de nimporte.. Dec 17, 2016 By Yann Philippin, Michaël Hajdenberg et Michel Henry Rue Pute-y-Musse: pute meaning whore and musse which means stroll in Old French. Now called Rue du Petit-Musc and is in the. Over the past two decades prostitution in Athens has become a real ticking bomb, which is known to all competent authorities. Mossuz-Lavau, Janine 2015. In French Dalloz.. CS1 maint: refharv Figure 10. Typical scenes and people. Tea in the red-light district Prostitution has reached unmanageable proportions and illegal brothels are appearing like mushrooms in the centre of Athens. Ευαισθησία ή μη ανεκτικότητα; Είναι θέμα βαθμού Πολλοί από εσάς έχουν ευαίσθητο δέρμα. Αλλά σε διαφορετικό βαθμό. By combining free prostitution and forced prostitution, which are totally different entities, by victimizing prostitutes without distinction, the law legitimizes and reinforces the symbolic violence, physical, police, and institutional. It also strengthens their insecurity, forcing them to work in areas far from public view, and especially it forces them to work harder since all have noticed that their customers are more scarce, and therefore their earnings have fallen 50 on average. However, STRASS does not advance any official figure either. It gives out a few in interviews or offers estimates. Yet, STRASS calls its statistics scientific in opposition to those of its detractors, as discussed later in this article. However, it never reveals its counting method or its sources. La Pr es se de ne pas être un journal, mais une feuille publique qui a cou ch é av ec t ou s les g ou vern emen ts.