Perrin has researched the approaches that various countries have taken regarding prostitution.
He says legalization has "been a failed social experiment in all of the countries that we looked at." "The most vulnerable prostitutes are never in those so-called government-approved brothels, because they have either sexually transmitted diseases or mental health issues, which prevent them from legally being in those brothels," Perrin found.
Police would have to prove that sex was being sold at a massage parlour and that the owner of the business was getting a cut.
Those laws will remain in force until December 2014, giving the federal government time to draft and adopt new legislation."So the most disadvantaged people will never benefit from any of those so-called protections." Nordic model could point the way , developed in Sweden, has seen some success.