Halpaa puhelinseksiä seksiä vaasa15 Erotic Restaurants edit Restaurants became a location for a lot of foreign prostitutes in Finland to sell their services, particularly in the city center of Helsinki. 16 Newspaper Ads edit In Finland, newspaper publications promoted prostitution. The historical position of sexual morality was based on the, christian standard of condemning both premarital and extramarital sexual relations. 33 It was emphasised that prostitution violates human dignity and human rights, whether the work is forced or voluntary. Tage Alalehto Eastern Prostitution from Russia to Sweden and Finland (Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention, November 2010). 15 In the early 2000's, Finland removed servers that advertised prostitution due to " procuring " that the Criminal Code has outlined since 2004. 10 Authorities estimated that in the 1990s the number of prostitutes working in Finland was approximately 2000, with 200 of these being of foreign origin. 5 Implications and objections edit The Aliens Act and the enforcement of the refusal to enter by authorities has been subject to polarised opinions and various human rights concerns. 30 While the Bureau does not explicitly state the law on prostitution to be in breach of the right to work, those who adopt the legalisation approach stress this relationship. 36 5 Sex trafficking edit See also: Human trafficking in Finland Finland is a transit, destination, and limited source country for women and girls subjected to sex trafficking. Cedaw however stress that the prevalence of trafficking is also influenced by multiple other factors, including those relating to economic and political instability. The "Nordic model" of prostitution law is a myth. Most of the newspaper ad clients, specifically, were men from Finland, rather than foreign clients. 27 The group of nine sex workers that founded this organization focused on "sex workers' human rights in terms of their well being, safety at work, professional skills, and control of workplace working conditions". 29 The two fundamental polarised views are those promoting legalisation of the profession and those promoting total abolition.
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- Prostitution in Finland (the exchange of sexual acts for money) is legal, but soliciting in a public place and organized prostitution (operating a brothel or a prostitution ring, and other forms of pimping) are illegal.
- According to a 2010 tampep study, 69 of prostitutes working in Finland are migrants.
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21 The United States attributed Finland a Tier 2 rating through their State Department Trafficking in Person (TIP) Report League in 2003. A b c Tani, Sirpa (June 2002). In addition to these phrases, the newspaper ad included a phone number for the potential clients to call to obtain the desired services. 37 References edit "Country Report on Human Rights Practices in Finland". A b Elina., Penttinen (2008). 18 19 The issue was raised again in 2013 by the Justice Minister.
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Ashgate 2013 Matti Lehti and Kauko Aroma. 31 Finland's Minister of Justice, Anna-Maja Henriksson, argued for total prohibition of all forms of sex purchase in 2012. Traffickers operate from abroad using threats of violence, debt leverage, and other forms of coercion. The next major development came in the form of the 1889 Penal Code of Finland, 6 which prohibited both pandering and prostitution. 15 Men buying "services" from prostitutes view it as a normal behavior that speaks to their sexuality. 37 The United States Department of State Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons ranks Finland as a ' Tier 1 ' country. "The Penal Code of Finland 1899". Bibliography edit Anne Maria Holli. The National Bureau of Investigation estimated in 2002 that the annual number of foreign prostitutes was between 10,000 and 15,000, with most of them originating from Russia and Estonia, but also from other European countries. 14 Research edit The health of sex workers in Finland has been an ongoing project of the Finnish Government 35 and data suggests a good level of health, and in particular an absence of sexually transmitted diseases. 7 Social Perspectives edit Over time, prostitution has become more accepted by people, predominately men, in Finland. Cambridge University Press 2004 Anne Maria Holli.