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Membership My account Gift voucher Corporate Help center. Jobs in Denmark Browse jobs Post a vacancy. Email newsletters Newsletter sign-up Edit my subscriptions. Other pages Noticeboard Site search. Alarms raised as Copenhagen prostitutes expand territory The Local. Share this article. Organizations working with Copenhagen's prostitutes say that a saturated market has forced them to become more aggressive. Photo: Scanpix. There are now so many foreign women working as prostitutes in Copenhagen that the sex trade has expanded beyond its traditional locales in the city and into more visible and tourist-packed areas, organizations helping the sex workers have said.
The groups Hope Now and Reden International told Politiken that increased competition amongst street prostitutes has led them to offer their services beyond Istedgade in the Vesterbro district, which has been the most popular place for prostitutes for years. See also: Denmark split over changing sex work laws. Because prostitution laws are made at the national level, Welling said only parliament can do something about the problem.
West said that most of the prostitutes working the Copenhagen streets come from either Nigeria or Eastern Europe. They are often brought to Denmark by financial backers who they then need to pay off. Selling and purchasing sex is legal in Denmark and Jakob Engel-Schmidt, a spokesman for the ruling Venstre party, said the government has no current plans to change the laws, which already ban human trafficking and profiting off of sex workers.
Engel-Schmidt did say that the more the public hears about the conditions faced by prostitutes, the less likely men are to pay for their services. Get notified about breaking news on The Local. Popular articles Danish university scraps German courses after just five students enrol Tell us: How do you find the standard of care at Danish hospitals?