Government reviving prostitution bill that had passed in 2011
Housing Minister says law to regulate sex work “not only hurts women’s rights”
Prostitution bill will only add to stigma
Prostitution is a growing problem in Japan.
This is why the government is relaunching legislation that requires a doctor’s note to sign a woman agreeing to have sex with a man. It also calls for medical exams on all prostitutes who have signed up for sex work.
The change was first proposed in 2012 in order to deal with rising numbers of sex workers, and to tackle the country’s decades-long history of sexual violence against women.
The first batch of bills was passed in 2011 by the upper house, but the bill’s authors admit that it didn’t go far enough in ta예스 카지노ckling sex work.
Despite growing awareness among Japanese that sex work is rampant, it doesn’t attract a lot of coverage, because of the stigma surrounding it, said 골목Naoko Inoue, assistant professor at Osaka University.
“The main reason is that there’s nothing you can do about it because nobody even knows there’s a problem,” she said.
Inoue also said that sex work wasn’t the only problem that Japanese women faced, despite the lack of statistics showing it.
The government is seeking to raise money to counter the growing demand, which the government hopes will make sex workers and the government more vigilant and more willing to give them a medical examination.
This is the fourth time Japan’s cabinet has sought to reform its sex work laws. They were last tried in 2010 by the lower house and were eventually passed.
This bill is different. It will increase the age of consent to 16 for both male and female마사지 가격 prostitutes, but it will not make them sign a medical exam on any man they have sex with before he signs.
The bill would also restrict women from signing up to sex work and give men the right to get the same medical examination as any other man if he agrees to have sex with a woman.
Instead of a doctor’s note, the woman will have to sign a consent sheet with her name, the date, and a promise that they’ll only have sex with the man for three months, instead of the five years the existing law allows.
But while the bill will likely improve sex workers’ lives, it will also increase their shame.
Prostitutes fear that having to sign such contracts is a sign of the women’s sexual guilt that the