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Sylvia Poggioli. The Sts. The area has seen a rise in prostitution, and authorities have approved plans for a red light zone where prostitution will be officially tolerated in certain areas. While much of the community appears to support the move, Catholic groups are among those opposed, saying it legitimizes the exploitation of women. On Rome's southern outskirts, EUR is a middle- and upper-middle class neighborhood full of parks and office buildings. With tens of thousands of people coming and going every day, the neighborhood has also become a magnet for prostitutes.
This has upset many residents. Now, neighborhood officials are preparing to create a "zone of tolerance," which is welcomed by the local community, but not the Catholic Church or the prostitutes. It's embarrassing! Why should my year-old father have to explain to my 6-year-old son what that couple is doing behind the trees?
In one of the many paradoxes of modern Italy, aiding and abetting prostitution is a crime, but the exchange of sexual services for money is legal. He says Italian society has failed to tackle the problem, and politicians hide their heads in the sand. But now, with the economic crisis and growing insecurity, there's growing public intolerance.
Santoro wants to prevent an explosion of social tensions of the kind that led to riots last year in other neighborhoods. He says Italian law allows the municipality to issue an ordinance banning the solicitation of sex on certain streets.
Near homes, schools, churches, parks and playgrounds, there will be zero tolerance," he says. Santoro says the plan also calls for specially trained social and health workers to assist prostitutes and help women who want to get off the streets. But given the tools at our disposal and given the hypocrisy around prostitution, I believe right now this is the best proposal possible," he says. The great majority of prostitutes in Italy are foreigners. Many are undocumented women from Nigeria, victims of human traffickers and women from European Union countries such as Romania and Bulgaria.