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Prostitution in France (the exchange of sexual services for money) was legal until April 2016, but several surrounding activities were illegal like operating a brothel, living off the avails (pimping) and paying for sex with someone under the age of 18 (the age of consent for sex is 15).The stand-out measure from the bill and the one that has caused the most controversy is the law that will see customers fined if they are caught paying for sex.Paris Sex Guide advises where to find sex, working girls, prostitution, street hookers, brothels, red-light districts, sex shops, prostitutes, erotic massage parlors, strip clubs and escorts in Paris, France.Paris, the cosmopolitan capital of France, is, with 2.2 million people living in the dense (105 km²) central city and almost 12 million people living in the whole metropolitan area, one of the largest agglomerations in Europe. (Denver Post) Amid the family's fury, a judge says that Carol Pappas was insane when she attacked her granddaughter with a knife... 23, 11 a.m.) Town of Le Ray, a 34,300 square foot shopping center is proposed across from Super Wal-Mart Town of Le Ray, 121 self-storage units and a truck rental business proposed at the intersection of NYS Route 283 and 342.You can find female escorts from all over the world working in Paris.
So there are not large brothels unlike in Spain or Germany.
Actually prostitution is also illegal in Spain, but the control is much less strict in Spain than in France.
In the neighborhoods of Chateau Rouge or Barbes in the 18th arrondissement as well as around Rue Saint-Denis in the 2nd arrondissement, newly arrived prostitutes tend to come from English-speaking Africa – Ghana, Nigeria and Sierra Leone. “Each Mama – a former prostitute – controls four or five girls, manages the turf, finds rooms and gets a big cut of the earnings.” The Paris region – especially the Bois de Vincennes, the Bois de Boulogne, the Rue Saint-Denis and the 18th arrondissement – has 600 to 800 streetwalkers, 80 percent of whom are foreigners.
By making the clients rather than the prostitutes the guilty party the reform will “turn the current law on its head,” according to French Socialist MP Maud Olivier, who has been the driving force behind the change.
Under the plan, customers will be fined up to €1,500 and up to €3,750 for repeat offenders.