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These include cafes with "waitresses", of which opened in Paris that year. Most notably because of the campaign of opinion initiated by Josephine Butler. II: Traditions ; p. This was backed up by additional posters and pamphlets that read "You wouldn't use another fellow's tooth-brush, so why use Whores Le Havre whore?
In the s, in the face of real estate pressure, regulations allowed girls to become increasingly free to live outside. Prostitutes recognised by the state were said to be "soumises", as opposed to those working clandestinely, known as "insoumises", who were Whores Le Havre. All under penalty of being shaved and locked in the hospital.
This general tolerance has exceptions, Louis IX , after returning from the Seventh Crusade , sought to make the kingdom conform with religious views of morality and initially tried to prohibit prostitution. Le Monde. Groupe CB. From approximately tothe writer Maxime Du Camp countedwomen officially registered as prostitutes, but during the same period, the police stoppedothers for clandestine prostitution.
Editions du Cerf. Retrieved 18 February Soldiers and prostitutes were regularly monitored to prevent problems.