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Practicing prostitution is not penalized according to the Penal Code and, because of that, you cannot be arrested not sent to jail for practicing it. Prostitution is not a crime but neither it is regulated. In this sense, prostitutes make money practicing a not-penalized-activity which at the same time is not regulated nor protected by the Law. Its name comes from the senator Lina Merlin first woman in the Italian Senate , which was the one driving it.
From then and until now, brothels are illegal. In some houses prostitution is committed in an organized way. Furthermore, the exploitation and the white slave trade is illegal and punished. Being a client is fined. This depends on a Regional Law town hall and not on a State Law central government. How many?
Only during , in Veneto region whose capital is in Venice and where Padova is located more than prostitutes were recorded. During the first six months of , in Padova, Vicenza and Treviso the three cities in which Mimosa association works prostitutes were recorded each of them with a life and a story. From where? Prostitutes of this region come mainly from three places: East Europe, Nigeria and South America these last ones are normally transsexuals M to F.
The way the white slave trade works is different in each country. In Nigeria, for example, girls that are in a extreme necessity situation are promised to have a job as baby-sitters , waitress or models in Italy. Women left their countries under the promise of a better reality pushed by the misery situation they are facing in their home environments.