Street Walkers Form Spain’s First Prostitutes Union

Now this is certainly an interesting event. One wonders if this would happen in the US if prostitution is ever federally legalized

The Urban Daily

Brazilian ProstitutesThe prostitutes in Ibiza, Spain just scored a huge win for their chosen profession. They just formed the first union for prostitutes in the country named The Sex Services Cooperative of Spain (Sealeer Co-operative).


Although prostitution is not legal in Spain, the sex workers will now be able to enjoy the benefits of having a pension and health care. The street walkers will also be able to pay taxes, get work permits, and get their first credit cards. According to reports, there are about 3,000 sex workers on the Spanish island of Ibiza. Of those 3,000, 11 are apart of the prostitutes union and 40 more have applied to be apart of it. It should be noted that all of the sex workers applying for the union are women, as there are male prostitutes in Spain as well.

The union’s president Maria Jose Lopez Arnesto, a housewife who doubles…

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