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Nordic country Finland is home to 5.5 million people, the vast majority of which are Caucasian with light features.
The Internet has become a popular place for advertising business; prostitution is no exception.Restaurants became a location for a lot of foreign prostitutes in Finland to sell their services, particularly in the city center of Helsinki.Restaurants were willing to partake in this form of prostitution because they were able to make a profit off of the prostitutes by charging them a fee when entering the restaurant for business as well as when they leave with a client.These international obligations acted as the starting point for the restructuring of prostitution legislation in Finland.In 2003, both the purchasing and selling of sexual acts were prohibited under Finnish law where either occurred in a public place.The socio-legal history of prostitution in Finland is similar to that of other European and Western countries, with various periods of tolerance, regulation and abolition.
The passing of the Civil Code of 1734 was the first nation-wide law for all of Sweden, as well as Finland, that prohibited prostitution.International activism concerning prostitution at the end of the 19th century transformed the societal view of prostitution as an aspect of urban life to one which perceived the labour as a social problem.From 1937 to 1986 the Vagrancy Act was also in effect in Finland.In accordance with the legislation prostitutes could be taken under control and given orders by the police and social and health care authorities.Access to sex services became increasingly easier across most cities and rural areas in Finland during this time.They used phrases such as "company for daytime coffee" to suggest prostitution.