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Occasionally I am asked what makes it so hard to exit prostitution. It took me years to leave prostitution, I kept returning to it — and this is not only true of myself. What makes it so hard is the complexity of the situation. Most prostitutes have had very bad experiences with any kind of authorities or official institutions. In fact, these institutions may very well be the reason the women are in prostitution in the first place.
Nobody took into account that this is a serious situation for a very traumatised adult who has no contact to her parents, no support at all and who is penniless. Have you ever thought of apologising to the authorities? Advocacy and counselling centres that offer exit support in Germany are usually not on the side of the prostituted.
Mimikry in Munich celebrate their anniversary with the owner of an escort agency, Stephanie Klee, so they are supportive of the operators in this trade. The head of the public health office in Dresden that also runs the advocacy centre there appears as a speaker at pro-prostitution events and glorifies prostitution as a great offer for punters with or without disabilities. This, although in Germany alone more than 70 prostitutes have been murdered since the Prostitution Act in Another problem is the lack of alternatives.
The job situation in Germany is not all that rosy. Things are difficult for those with a criminal record due to offences in the context of prostitution like e. In addition, women who spent years in prostitution cannot show any or only very little job experience, and sometimes never had any professional training.
Jobs on offer then: those with a maximum of hours and minimal pay. Someone who has barely left prostitution usually has to contend with the disorders following trauma, that is: permanent stress. And that means they may not be able to endure these jobs for long.