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Journal of Social Intervention: Theory and Practice 2011 Volume 20, Issue 3, pp URN: NBN: NL: UI: ISSN: URL: Publisher: Igitur publishing, in cooperation with Utrecht University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Society and Law Copyright: this work has been published under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Netherlands License Paul van Gelder is fieldworker and researcher at SHOP (assistance and shelter prostitution and human trafficking) in the city of The Hague, The Netherlands. Possible changes in the needs and problems of male sexual providers were also explored.
In 2009, a research was carried out on the nature and extent of male sexual services in the region of The Hague, with a special focus on the internet.
Received: 4 March 2011 Accepted: 30 juni 2011 Review Category: Research SEKSUELE DIENSTVERLENING DOOR MANNEN IN DEN HAAG: O N T W I K K E L I N G E N O P H E T Paul van Gelder INTERNET ABSTRACT Male sexual services in The Hague: developments on the internet Since the legalization of prostitution and the rapid rise of the internet, male providers of sexual services got out of sight in the Netherlands. These matters, along with the tighter controls at cruising areas are reasons why this group has turned to the internet to offer their services.
Daar komt bij dat de handhaving op openbare ontmoetingsplaatsen, zoals stations en parken, is aangescherpt.Er was geen ruimte om te focussen op de problematiek van minderjarige jongens beneden de 18 jaar.