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Officials hope that the ban will rein in criminality and boost the economy by revamping the erotic district as an entertainment district.
“Amsterdam has this image of the city where you can do everything, you can use drugs, shout, go to a prostitute, all there out in the open,” says Vera Al, the deputy mayor’s spokeswoman, in a phone interview. We are going to be stricter.” That’s no understatement.
Karin mentions the city’s report on the ban, which surveyed 101 representatives of De Wallen -- among them only 10 sex workers when around 400 do business in the windows between day and night shifts. “It’s a bad decision,” agrees a Dutch sex worker spending time at the center on her day off.
“This is just a part of Amsterdam.” The city’s decision is two-fold -- not merely a moral objection, but also an attempt to address over-tourism.
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But Amsterdam’s sex workers don’t necessarily agree.
“[The ban] is really stupid,” says Felicia Anne, a Romanian sex worker who’s been working in Amsterdam’s windows over the last nine years. If you mind that, then you should go work for an escort agency.
Even though there’s a division on what the new ban means for them, many sex workers agree on developing a law on taking photos of those working in windows.Even so, Sunny and Felicia are both worried about how the ban might affect business.