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Rome's top security official suggested the city needs a Red-light district to keep prostitutes off the residential streets, because there has been so many complaints about prostitutes working the streets of the Italian capital.

The large presence of street walkers compared to indoor sex workers, is the most distinctive feature of Italy's sex industry compared to other European countries.

However, women standing in streets not only feel more vulnerable, humiliated, but are also exposed to dangerous violent criminals who will demand protection money from them, e.g. In addition, these sex workers are periodically assaulted by violent and mentally unstable clients. A beautiful street prostitute can earn easily 500 to 800 Euros per night.

Enough to buy a small suburban flat or start a business (typically hair dressing).

In Spain, (except for one industrial district outside of Madrid), there are very few prostitutes standing in the streets.

All their earnings gets handed over to Nigerian pimps, who threaten or beat them if they don't earn enough.

Their large presence is also due to their popularity.

Periodically there are crack downs, like in 1998 when an enterprising district police chief cleaned up the whole EUR district, which by then, had turned into a red light wild west.

As of 2015, the prostitutes have slowly trickled back to the EUR district, but not in such great numbers as in the 1990's.

That is because for several years since the 2008/9 economic crisis, the authorities have discreetly allowed the reopening of multi-floored brothels, as one of the ways to deal with the wide spread youth unemployment.

They are regularly checked by the police, to check for exploited women and illegal migrants , and yet there has never been a problem, because the brothels make sure to comply with the law.

They are the cheapest prostitutes, ranging from 15 to 30 Euros.

They consequently have a lot of students, unemployed and old age pensioners as clients, who with their meagre state pensions, can't afford Italian prostitutes.

Italy had legal brothels until 1958, and the streets of Rome where certainly more quieter and salubrious then.

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