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In the UK selling sex is not illegal but brothels and street prostitution are against the law. Water runs gently down a huge curved wall in the lobby while the 12 opulently furnished and themed rooms have spa baths, music and mood lighting.
Significantly there are no windows or clocks. Stiletto has been described as a spectacular, purpose-built, multimillion-dollar adult playground that caters for virtually every legal whim. But it is a place that has significant implications for the debate around the legitimisation of sex as an entertainment option in the UK. According to Simon Byrne, who leads the policing of prostitution for the Association of Chief Police Officers Acpo , decriminalising brothels in the UK could solve many of the problems linked to prostitution.
Women can leave sex work if they want but what prevents them is a criminal record. A conviction prohibits them from getting an alternative job, especially if they want to work with children.
In the UK selling sex is not illegal — the law allows only one person to sell sex in a property — but brothels and street prostitution are against the law. So is decriminalisation a good idea? The intention is to make this sordid trade safer for the sex worker but international experiments have not always been successful. We have an opportunity to take a serious look at what they did in New Zealand. There the Prostitution Reform Act of allows up to four people to work together from premises where each of those sex workers retains control over his or her earnings.
Germany and the Netherlands have also taken steps to license prostitution. Here the Home Office has had a long and difficult debate over the past four years on prostitution laws. These methods are known to be 10 times more dangerous. It all sounds good in theory but decriminalisation is not always as successful as the textbook suggestions would imply. In Sweden in it became a criminal offence to buy sex, although sex workers cannot be prosecuted for offering it.