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We use cookies to improve our service for you. You can find more information in our data protection declaration. Homosexual couples in Germany will now be able to marry and adopt children under a new law passed by parliament. The move brings Germany into line with several other European countries. The German parliament, or Bundestag, on Friday passed a bill legalizing same-sex marriages in a snap vote that made it onto the agenda before the summer break after a surprise shift by Chancellor Angela Merkel. The bill passed by to , with four abstentions.

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel has opened the door to a free vote in parliament on legalising same-sex marriage, after signalling a shift in her party's position on it. Mrs Merkel surprised the German media by saying she favoured a "decision of conscience" on gay marriage. It is not yet clear whether the vote will happen before parliament's summer break, as Mrs Merkel does not want opponents to score political points from it. She said same-sex marriage was "a really personal matter", so she wanted the CDU and its Bavarian allies, the CSU, "to react differently to this question". It should not be politicised, she stressed.

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Germany's sex workers have been protesting at not being allowed to return to work as the country's economy has reopened after the coronavirus epidemic, but the industry has thrown up particular concerns for Germany's authorities. Several hundred German sex workers and brothel operators protested in Hamburg at the weekend to demand the right to return to work after four months of prohibition due to lockdown and social-distancing measures. Sex workers say they are being treated unfairly, given that other workers that have close contact with clients, such as hairdressers, beauticians and tattooists, have been allowed to return to work if protective measures are in place.
Prostitution in Germany is legal, as are other aspects of the sex industry , including brothels , advertisement, and job offers through HR companies. Full-service sex work is widespread and regulated by the German government , which levies taxes on it. However, the social stigmatization of sex work persists and many workers continue to lead a double life. Sex work in historically German lands has never been outlawed and has been described since the Middle Ages. Some municipalities actively encouraged it and far from existing on the margins, sex workers were often honoured guests, who maintained domestic order as an outlet and lesser evil to such things as adultery and rape.