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The vibrant Red Light District in Amsterdam is one of the most important, but also one of the most controversial tourist attractions in the Netherlands. On all but two small streets, women sell their bodies for sex. In the Barndesteeg and the Bloedstraat , one can find transgender or transsexual prostitutes. Men are nowhere to be found behind windows. Instead, they operate in parks, gay bars, gay clubs, chat rooms and illegal brothels. Male prostitution is hardly discussed in the Netherlands, but it is out there — in every province, region and city.
It is therefore important to raise awareness about the existence of these boys and men. During our quest to paint a picture of male prostitution in the country, we were often surprised by the helpfulness of the community even while being shocked about some of the details of the business. Male prostitution is characterized by three major taboos.
First, receiving money for sex is not generally accepted from either male or female clients. Second, homosexuality is still stigmatized. Telephone calls, emails, face-to-face interviews, and visits to gay bars and dating sites such as bullchat.
Here, we will discuss two cases which represent the extreme ends of the spectrum for male prostitution in the Netherlands. On websites like bullchat. The majority of this group work voluntarily, and are not solely dependent on income from these practices.
It is very easy to get a paydate through one of these websites. Chapter 2 will elaborate more about the phenomenon of paydates and chat rooms. Unfortunately, illegal brothels also exist. Chapter 3 will describe how the Utrecht police deal with male trafficking and illegal prostitution.