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Diarcesia
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Founded: Aug 21, 2016
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Diarcesia » Fri Nov 29, 2019 2:42 pm

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation? Yes
If it is, is it regulated in any way? Yes
If it is not legal, what does your nation do to the citizens that commit the crime?
What is the government's stance on the issue? Discouraged and regulated
What are your citizens thoughts on the issue? Ambivalent
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that support it? No
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that do not support it? Yes
Is it important to the economy in anyway? No
Anything Else?
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Saranidia
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Democratic Socialists

Postby Saranidia » Fri Nov 29, 2019 4:33 pm

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation?:no.
If it is, is it regulated in any way?
If it is not legal, what does your nation do to the citizens that commit the crime?:
Pimps generally get 10 and 1/2 years in prison, clients tend to get 6 1/2 and
Prostitutes tend not to be prosecuted.

What is the government's stance on the issue?:
These laws are necessary to protect women especially vulnerable young women with a history of victimisation.- Ministry of Justice

What are your citizens thoughts on the issue?: most are against it, a few regard the laws as outdated, patronising to women(not letting them choose whether or not to do that) and restrictions on the free market.
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that support it?: the Libertarian Party want to legalise it, otherwise no.
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that do not support it?most religions don’t include the state religion(Islam), most political parties oppose it.
Is it important to the economy in anyway?: no as law and order is good here.
Anything Else? No.
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Scenixia
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Founded: Dec 17, 2018
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Scenixia » Sat Nov 30, 2019 3:05 am

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation?
No
If it is, is it regulated in any way

If it is not legal, what does your nation do to the citizens that commit the crime?
Both the pimp and the client are given a 1 minute beating and the client is fined 1400 Scenixian Nickels (£700)

What is the government's stance on the issue?
That It's detrimental too society as it can spread STDs and STIs

What are your citizens thoughts on the issue?
The devout citizens see it as sin, it totally destory's the purpose of sex between two individuals.
The non devout citizens have the same stance as the government.

Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that support it?
No

Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that do not support it?
All political parties, and like almost every Scenixian citizen

Is it important to the economy in anyway?
No

Anything Else?
No

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Arachkya
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Founded: Sep 05, 2019
Iron Fist Consumerists

Postby Arachkya » Sat Nov 30, 2019 3:13 am

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation?'
Yes.

If it is, is it regulated in any way?
Not at all.

If it is not legal, what does your nation do to the citizens that commit the crime?


What is the government's stance on the issue?
Nothing.

What are your citizens thoughts on the issue?
The Catholics think it is sexual slavery.

Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that support it?
The occult leaders.

Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that do not support it?
The Roman Catholic Church.

Is it important to the economy in anyway?
Yes.

Anything Else?
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DiAmoND snOw
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Founded: Jan 07, 2019
Anarchy

Postby DiAmoND snOw » Sat Nov 30, 2019 3:55 am

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation?
Of course.
If it is, is it regulated in any way?
There are no restrictions.
What is the government's stance on the issue?
Minarchy small government do not interfere.
However,Goverment think it is a tourism resource for foreigners.
This is one of the few countries where womyn can buy men, and there are various sexual orientation and gender identity prostitution.
What are your citizens thoughts on the issue?
Many people sell and buy like eBay shopping.
But They never sell to cisgender heterosexual misogynous men.
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that do not support it?
In general, Christian “conservative” groups do not support prostitution.
In this nation, womyn's free sex cannot be criticized.
However, conservative people criticizes the arrival of foreign gay men tourists for prostitution orgy parties between gay men.
Is it important to the economy in anyway?
It is extremely important and is a means of acquiring foreign currency.
Anything Else?
Of course it is not a law,
There is an unwritten rule that pimps and managers must be cisgender womyn!

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Lillorainen
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Capitalizt

Postby Lillorainen » Sat Nov 30, 2019 6:40 am

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation?
Yes.

If it is, is it regulated in any way?
It is. Sex workers are required to be registered as such (like any other business), to be full adults (16 years of age), as well as to undergo regular safety and health inspections.

If it is not legal, what does your nation do to the citizens that commit the crime?
N/A.

What is the government's stance on the issue?
"It's humanity's oldest business, so we rather regulate than outlaw it - the former is more beneficial for everyone involved than the latter."

What are your citizens thoughts on the issue?
Most are in favor of it.

Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that support it?
There is general support for the status quo amongst the MUPFL, the business, and the Cults.

Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that do not support it?
Not really.

Is it important to the economy in anyway?
Brothels surely do contribute to the tourism sector in some way or the other, but it doesn't have much of importance for the general economy.

Anything Else?
N/A.
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Mainlend
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Founded: Feb 22, 2018
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Postby Mainlend » Sun Dec 15, 2019 3:03 am

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation? Yes
If it is, is it regulated in any way? Must be below $25
If it is not legal, what does your nation do to the citizens that commit the crime? If above $25, can be punishble by getting 'nuitered', second time offenders are sent to death.
What is the government's stance on the issue? Should be only allowed to government officials, but need entertainment and money for the poor.
What are your citizens thoughts on the issue? Should be outlawed
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that support it? Sex and for all! Inc.
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that do not support it? More than half of the population
Is it important to the economy in anyway? No not really, just boosts some of the income of some of the poor that decide to do it.
Anything Else? Thinking of outlawing it in 2020 due to a spread of STDs in the nation.

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The Strangers Club
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Founded: Aug 20, 2019
Corporate Bordello

Prostitution in The Strangers Club

Postby The Strangers Club » Sun Dec 15, 2019 3:56 am

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation? Absolutely!
If it is, is it regulated in any way? Nope, as long as you are 16+ (legal age in my country) then it's fine. But even that may change as Strange lawmakers are thinking of lowering the legal age of consent all the way to 13 (same age as Japan). As for price goes, we are are an anarchic-capitalizt society (as you can see by my nation's page) therefore, we believe in free market policies so you can set your price for prostitution as low or high as you want. Heck, some people even do it for free lol.
If it is not legal, what does your nation do to the citizens that commit the crime? If the prostitute is below the age of consent then they are usually given a ticket and they are required to pay a small fee (just a slap on the wrist kind of thing). If they don't have enough money then they are offered 90 days to pay the ticket or face being sent to a young offenders institution where they are forced to work for various jobs that the facility offers in order to pay off their ticket that they still haven't played off in the 90 days that they were given. This is quite rare as you can imagine since most people are either able to pay it off because the price for the ticket is very low or by 90 days have more than enough money to pay it off. There also is the option for the parents to pay the fee for their child too.
What is the government's stance on the issue? We are actually quite supportive of it and encourage anyone who likes having sex who needs to make ends meet. We also wouldn't discriminate or treat anyone differently for being a prostitute. After all, they are just like everyone else in this world trying to make a living doing what they do best much like porn stars/strippers.
What are your citizens thoughts on the issue? Pretty much the same as the government. Although, there are conservatives (and they are rising) out there who look down upon prostitutes and the like. They even have a political party called the Strange Conservative Party which is strongly against prostitution and similar industries. Thankfully, they are not anywhere close to the majority... yet.
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that support it? Religions, not so much as religion in general is not heard of much over here. Most Strangers are atheists/agnostics and generally don't believe in sin. Most businesses and political parties support it except for the Strange Conservative Party (SCP) as I might have mentioned earlier.
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that do not support it? Besides the Strange Conservative Party, there is not too many people who dislike prostitution. The only other businesses that I can think of are conservative-owned businesses. As for religion, well I'm sure that there are but religion itself is so rare in The Strangers Club that it doesn't really matter.
Is it important to the economy in anyway?
Anything Else? Now that you mention it, there is a crazy Greek religious cult who has recently been terrorizing and sacrificing prostitutes to their god named Erebus (which means darkness/shadows). That counts as a religion, right?
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Gifftan
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Founded: Dec 03, 2019
Authoritarian Democracy

Postby Gifftan » Sun Dec 15, 2019 5:51 am

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation? No
If it is, is it regulated in any way? N/A
If it is not legal, what does your nation do to the citizens that commit the crime? A prison sentence not exceeding 1 year or a fine not exceeding G£50 (£1,000)
What is the government's stance on the issue? Against
What are your citizens thoughts on the issue? Immoral and wrong
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that support it? No
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that do not support it? Almost all of them
Is it important to the economy in anyway? No
Anything Else? No
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Greater Cesnica
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Postby Greater Cesnica » Sun Dec 15, 2019 7:46 am

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation? Yes.
If it is, is it regulated in any way? Yes. Prostitutes must be at least 18 years of age, and they must not be coerced into the trade. In addition, access to birth control, condoms, and other such materials is mandatory for those who work in the trade.
If it is not legal, what does your nation do to the citizens that commit the crime? N/A
What is the government's stance on the issue? It has been legal since 1965, and the current center-right political party (the New Republican Party) in power has no intention of reversing its legality anytime soon.
What are your citizens thoughts on the issue? Many believe it is unethical, but believe it should be legal due to concerns about personal liberties and the such. A vocal religious minority are strongly opposed to it, whereas many in the business sector believe it's a beneficial trade for Greater Cesnica.
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that support it? The entertainment industry, major tourism conglomerates, and most Libertarian-leaning political parties, including the New Republican Party, etc.
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that do not support it? The Cesnican Orthodox Church, the Cesnican Islamic Council, the Conservative Party, the Liberal Party, many small business unions, social support groups, charities, etc.
Is it important to the economy in anyway? It provides a significant, though not massive boost to the tourism and entertainment industries.
Anything Else? Prostitution was legalized by an act of Parliament in 1965 by the Social Democratic Front party following a social shift in the Greater Cesnican justice system, intent on punishing more violent offenses and offenses against the government rather than acts considered corrupt or immoral.
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Postby Wochaystein » Sun Dec 15, 2019 11:19 am

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation? Yes, for non-Wochaysteiner Diarcesians
If it is, is it regulated in any way? Yes
If it is not legal, what does your nation do to the citizens that commit the crime? Long term prison sentence
What is the government's stance on the issue? Strongly against
What are your citizens thoughts on the issue? Strongly against
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that support it? No
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that do not support it? Yes
Is it important to the economy in anyway? No
Anything Else? All prostitution permitted is only allowed in Foreign Quarters of cities
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Calliana
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Postby Calliana » Sun Dec 15, 2019 1:22 pm

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation? No
If it is, is it regulated in any way? N/A
If it is not legal, what does your nation do to the citizens that commit the crime? Up to 18 months in prison and/or a $1,000 fine
What is the government's stance on the issue? Strongly opposed
What are your citizens thoughts on the issue? Ambivalent
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that support it? The Social Democratic Federation, Communist-Party Opposition, and Social and Liberal Democrats are generally supportive of legalizing prostitution, as well as certain elements of the tourism and entertainment industry.
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that do not support it? The National Revolutionary Party and Communist Party are strongly opposed to legalizing prostitution, as well as mainstream Catholics, thus making this the mainstream position.
Is it important to the economy in anyway? While it does comprise a sizable chunk of the black market, but overall its influence on the larger economy is negligent.
Anything Else? N/A
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United Federation of Orion
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Postby United Federation of Orion » Tue Jan 14, 2020 3:20 pm

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation? No.
If it is, is it regulated in any way? N/A
If it is not legal, what does your nation do to the citizens that commit the crime? The United Federation of Orion uses what was known as the "Nordic Model" on Earth in the 21st century. According to this model the sex workers and the offering of services is decriminalized but paying for the services of a sex worker is punishable with a fine of 5000 Credits and potentially up to a year in prison. Working as a pimp is punishable by a minimum of 15 and up to 25 years in prison.
What is the government's stance on the issue? The ruling socialist government of the United Federation of Orion has long considered prostitution as an inherently exploitative industry and is fully committed to stamping it out.
What are your citizens thoughts on the issue? Most people are apathetic on the issue but the rest is roughly equally divided between those who support the prohibition on sex work and those who oppose it and advocate for legalization.
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that support it? No.
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that do not support it? Yes.
Is it important to the economy in anyway? No, its impact on the economy is almost non-existent.
Anything Else? N/A
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Duskuarhiel
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Corporate Police State

Postby Duskuarhiel » Tue Jan 14, 2020 3:28 pm

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation? Yes
If it is, is it regulated in any way? Regulations require that 90% of the industry be managed by women
If it is not legal, what does your nation do to the citizens that commit the crime?
What is the government's stance on the issue? Legal to the point of unethical and exploitative practices
What are your citizens thoughts on the issue? It's a societal norm since it was never outlawed to begin with
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that support it? Service-related industries tend to praise prostitutes
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that do not support it? Religious organizations oppose it
Is it important to the economy in anyway? It doesn't even constitute 1% of the economy
Anything Else? N/A

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Postby The Brand New Salvatagard Republic » Tue Jan 14, 2020 4:08 pm

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation?It is in the Governorates, not in the Kingdoms or Duchies or Archduchies.
If it is, is it regulated in any way? There's no regulation of it in the Governorates.
If it is not legal, what does your nation do to the citizens that commit the crime? 5 years in prison
What is the government's stance on the issue? Currently, since the Right-Winged Government Coalition has a large majority in Parliament (773/1000), it's
What are your citizens thoughts on the issue? Those living in the lands controlled by the Left-Winged Parties, the Governorates, they're perfectly fine with it since it's ingrained with thier culture for centuries.
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that support it? The Left-Winged Opposition Coalition: the Communist Party (132/1000), the United Green Economics Party (58/1000), and the Socialist Party (31/1000)
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that do not support it? The Right-Winged Government Coalition: the Grand Military Labor Economical Union Party (538/1000), the Republican Party (235/1000), and the Whig Party (6/1000)
Is it important to the economy in anyway? It is in the Governorates
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Unified Sol
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Postby Unified Sol » Tue Jan 14, 2020 4:45 pm

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation? Yes.

If it is, is it regulated in any way? Soliciting in a public place, kerb crawling, owning or managing a brothel, pimping and pandering is illegal; however prostitution itself is legal. The prostitute must work out of a private location they own or lease, such as a hotel or their own home They are required by law to be regularly tested (although often overlooked) and must have to right to work and reside here. They also have the legal right to safeguard themselves and refuse or ask a customer to leave with a refund of monies provided for services.

If it is not legal, what does your nation do to the citizens that commit the crime? Street solicitation itself is punishable by a FD2,000 fine, kerb crawling is punishable by a FD100 fine, although police are encouraged not to punish kerb crawling and instead help people out of prostitution. Owning or managing a brothel is punishable by 12 months imprisonment or a fine of FD10,000 per worker, or both. Pimping is punished by 24 months imprisonment or a fine of FD 25,000, or both. Patronising is punishable by a fine of FD2,500, 3 months imprisonment, or both.

What is the government's stance on the issue? The government are happy their laws protecting prostitutes is a good start, although they want to continue to protect prostitutes and try to get them out of the trade.

What are your citizens thoughts on the issue? It's a mixed bag, many are against it. Thinking it should be banned all together.

Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that support it? Many religions or charities who have the facilities will try to support them financially, emotionally or medically. A nationally known charity called Aid for Prostitutes supports Prostitutes with a safe space with a bed, food, medical care and counselling, similarly how a homeless shelter would, supporting them into a better life with work experience, drug or alcohol addiction therapy, and a support worker, many of whom are volunteers who are former prostitutes themselves.

Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that do not support it? Many religious groups in the Federation are against prostitution, with a certain religious leader being quoted as saying: "People who pay for sex with a poor and desperate prostitute are paying to sexually assault them, with the false hope your money will help pay for food on their table, or to support their children."

Is it important to the economy in anyway? Most of the money earned in prostitution is rarely put back into taxes or spent on anything other than essentials like utilities and food, so the impact prostitution has on the economy is microscopic.
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Postby Ivory Coasts » Tue Jan 14, 2020 9:05 pm

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation? No
If it is, is it regulated in any way?
If it is not legal, what does your nation do to the citizens that commit the crime? Forced prostitution is not punished. Voluntary prostitution is punished with 2 years in prison
What is the government's stance on the issue? Prostitution is an immoral force
What are your citizens thoughts on the issue? Prostitution is an immoral force
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that support it? No
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that do not support it? All of them
Is it important to the economy in anyway? No
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Postby Zeganas » Wed Jan 15, 2020 9:39 am

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation? yes, well it's a matter of each republic, most republics have it legal
If it is, is it regulated in any way? there are mandated STD screenings
If it is not legal, what does your nation do to the citizens that commit the crime? depends, the harshest penalty is the republic of Palanu which serves a maximum of 5 years in prison
What is the government's stance on the issue? The federal government is ambivalent on it.
What are your citizens thoughts on the issue? Most citizens support prostitution.
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that support it? polytheistic dranianists and imobayanists support it, as well as atheists/agnostics
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that do not support it? the monotheistic ardonists don't support it
Is it important to the economy in anyway? it isn't too significant but it is taxed which can help with social services
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Postby Atlantarctica » Wed Jan 15, 2020 10:15 am

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation? Legal
If it is, is it regulated in any way? Yes, citizens must commit the act of prostitution indoors
What is the government's stance on the issue? They frown upon it
What are your citizens thoughts on the issue? Prostitution is not considered normal.
Is it important to the economy in anyway? Nope
Anything Else? Nobody actually cares about prostitution as they would probably freeze to death anywyays.
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Ruritane
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Postby Ruritane » Wed Jan 15, 2020 6:35 pm

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation? yeah
If it is, is it regulated in any way? All prostitutes must ply their wares within the cities' red light districts. Also, all prostitutes must be above the age of consent
If it is not legal, what does your nation do to the citizens that commit the crime? n/a
What is the government's stance on the issue? "Yaaaaas!" - Queen Isabelle
What are your citizens thoughts on the issue? "Yaaas" - some random citizen
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that support it? the government, especially the Hoogahooga Party
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that do not support it? yes. Religions, most political parties, and host clubs.
Is it important to the economy in anyway? Ruritane's economy is too big for prostitution to be important
Anything Else? Ruritane is French
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Reo
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Postby Reo » Wed Jan 15, 2020 11:49 pm

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation? Yes
If it is, is it regulated in any way? Yes, most recently by the Sex Worker’s Protection Act of 2002
What is the government's stance on the issue? Pro sex workers’ rights
What are your citizens thoughts on the issue? Mixed, yet generally not taboo. Our populace is not a monolith
Is it important to the economy in anyway? Yes, there is a burgeoning sex tourism industry in Reō

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Interaguay
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Postby Interaguay » Thu Jan 16, 2020 12:28 am

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation?
Being a prostitute was decriminalized in 1997; however, purchasing the services of a prostitute remains criminalized.
If it is, is it regulated in any way?
Pimping is considered slavery and is illegal
What is the government's stance on the issue?
The laws other than the pimping ban are generally unenforced
What are your citizens thoughts on the issue?
Mixed
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that support it?
Not officially
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that do not support it?
Yes
Is it important to the economy in anyway?
As a black market good/service it is not measured in economic importance

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Drongonia
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Postby Drongonia » Thu Jan 16, 2020 12:37 am

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation? Yes
If it is, is it regulated in any way? They may only operate out of licenced premises and all sex workers must be tested monthly with records kept.
If it is not legal, what does your nation do to the citizens that commit the crime? N/A
What is the government's stance on the issue? The current government is opposed to prostitution, but it is not a legislative priority.
What are your citizens thoughts on the issue? Public opinion is very split on the issue.
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that support it? The Green Party and Libertarian Movement are the most supportive groups.
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that do not support it? Every national Christian religious association has come out in opposition.
Is it important to the economy in anyway? Not in any significant fashion.
Anything Else? Prostitution is only really practiced in the major city CBDs and anyone starting a brothel in a smaller centre would likely face extreme backlash.
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New Order Philippines
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Postby New Order Philippines » Thu Jan 16, 2020 3:56 am

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation? Yes.
If it is, is it regulated in any way? Yes.
If it is not legal, what does your nation do to the citizens that commit the crime?
What is the government's stance on the issue? same as below
What are your citizens thoughts on the issue? As long it's not forced, it's fine
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that support it? Some private companies.
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that do not support it? No
Is it important to the economy in anyway? It contributes to 3% of the economy.
Anything Else? The workers/prostitutes are must taken care of the owner, and any age is allowed, but if engaged in sexual activities the person must be in age of consent (depends on the state)
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Resarkia
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Founded: Jan 09, 2020
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Postby Resarkia » Thu Jan 16, 2020 6:48 am

Is Prostitution Legal in your Nation? Yes
If it is, is it regulated in any way? It must be between 2 consenting adults and must be a certified brothel
If it is not legal, what does your nation do to the citizens that commit the crime? N/A
What is the government's stance on the issue? That the current regulations are fine
What are your citizens thoughts on the issue? It's Fine
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that support it? Various Left Wing Parties
Are there any major groups (Religions, Businesses, Political Parties, ect) that do not support it? The relgious leader
Is it important to the economy in anyway? It makes up 0.5% of the economy
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