Netherlands sex

Duration: 10min 19sec Views: 1035 Submitted: 31.07.2019
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Identity cards in the Netherlands will no longer state whether the holder is male or female, from or With this decision, the government wants to meet people who, for example, do not feel entirely male or female. According to the organisations, the removal offers a solution to people who keep getting unnecessary and indiscreet questions at counters, on the train or at the border. For the time being, international passports will retain a sex indication. The Cabinet wants to wait and see if other countries want to get rid of gender registration, reports NOS.

Kissing off menu as lockdown ends for Dutch sex workers

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Erotic dancers and prostitutes lost their main source of income for three-and-a-half months and generally did not have access to state support during lockdown. They were surprised when the government brought forward the date they could reopen from a tentative Sept. Sex workers already adhere to strict health safety regulations in the Netherlands, but the industry has compiled a list of recommendations, including sexual positions to avoid. Even with new guidelines, sex workers will be more exposed to the dangers of CODVID than other professions, said Debbie Mensink, a public health advisor in Amsterdam.

Coronavirus: Dutch singletons advised to seek ‘sex buddy’

From July 1, sex workers are officially allowed to return to work after months of campaigning, protests and proposing their own corona hygiene protocol. Thank you! It has been a tough time for the sector, which has repeatedly protested that many prostitutes have fallen through the net of corona support measures, even if they pay all their taxes. We have been the most neglected sector.
We have all been deprived of many things during this pandemic. Single people deserve a chance at physical contact as the lockdown begins to be eased. They clarified that those who already knew each other or were in relationships but were not in the same household could have sex during lockdown without violating the rules. Jenny Harries, the deputy chief medical officer, said in March that couples who were living in separate addresses should choose either to stay apart or to move in together.