Sex kontaktanzeigen Ulm
In Imperial Germany (1871–1918) attitudes to sex work was ambivalent.While sex work was tolerated as a necessary function to provide for male sexuality outside of marriage, it was frowned on as a threat to contemporary moral images of women's sexuality.The so-called Bremer Regulations of 1852 stated that prostitution was "not a trade in the true sense".By this distinction between prostitution and other trades, immorality of prostitution was defined in law.
In Weimar era Germany the economy collapsed due to the loss of the First World War and the imposition of War Reparations at the Treaty of Versailles, as a result.
it was accompanied by decriminalisation of prostitution.
During the Nazi era, street based sex workers were seen as "asocial" and degenerate and were often sent to concentration camps, especially to the Ravensbrück camp.
In 2002, the government changed the law in an effort to improve the legal situation of sex workers.
However, the social stigmatization of sex work persists and many workers continue to lead a double life.
the middle class lost their savings and the working class were unemployed.