Zurich has launched a novel experiment to make prostitution safer: publicly funded drive-in "sex boxes". The teak-coloured wooden garages will be open for business from Monday for drive-in customers in a country where prostitution has been legal since on the outskirts of the Swiss city. The several dozen sex workers who are expected to use them can stand along a short road in a small, circular park where they can negotiate with clients. The park was built in a former industrial area between a rail yard and the fence along a major highway.
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Read also: Carsharing vehicles used by Swiss prostitutes. Authorities had said they wanted to provide sex workers with a place where they could ply their trade safely. They also argued creating the sex boxes would stop people trafficking by criminal groups and help reduce the underground sex trade. Before the sex boxes were introduced, prostitutes gathered on the riverside Sihlquai area near Zurich main train station, and violence was a daily reality, the social services department said in a statement on Wednesday.
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In Switzerland, prostitution is normalized and widely accepted amongst citizens. In fact, sex trade in this country has been tolerated since However, the residents nearby relentlessly complained about traffic, noise, and other disturbances from pleased clients. Another thousand dollars was later designated for annual operational costs, including on-site social workers and security.
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