This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use only. Paris prosecutors are investigating a French ambassador for allegedly not using a condom as requested during consensual sex, a practice known as "stealthing", a source close to the inquiry said Tuesday. The woman, 30, told police she had spent part of the night at the home of the year-old envoy she met through a dating site. That evening, they had consensual sex," the source said, confirming a report in French magazine Le Point. The source did not identify the envoy by name, while Le Point said only that he is based in the Middle East.
Prostitution in France
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PARIS — A new French antismoking advertisement aimed at the young that plays off a pornographic stereotype has gotten more attention than even its creators intended, and critics suggest that it offends common decency and creates a false analogy between oral sex and smoking. France has banned smoking in cafes, bars and restaurants. Her eyes are at belt level, glancing upward fearfully. Two other ads show young men in the same position as the girl, though the adult is wearing a suit jacket and a watch. According to the French Office for the Prevention of Smoking, between and , and and , the percentage of daily smokers among French year-olds rose to 8 percent from 5 percent; among year-olds, it increased to 18 percent from 14 percent. A quarter of year-olds are daily smokers. They like to flirt with danger.
French Envoy Faces Probe For Alleged 'Stealthing' During Sex
Prostitution in France the exchange of sexual acts for money was legal until April , but several surrounding activities were illegal, like operating a brothel , living off the avails pimping , and paying for sex with someone under the age of 18 the age of consent for sex is In the Napoleonic era , France became the model for the regulatory approach to prostitution. In the 20th century, however, a policy shift became apparent. Brothels became illegal in , and France signed the Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others in France thus became a major supporter of the international abolitionist movement for the eradication of prostitution see Abolitionism in France.
French sex workers have lodged a constitutional challenge to a law making it illegal to pay for sex, reopening a debate on whether women should be free to sell their bodies. On Tuesday, around 30 sex workers backed by nine associations, including a medical NGO, went to the Constitutional Council to argue the law infringed their sexual and commercial freedom and made them more vulnerable to attack. Inspired by Sweden, it makes it a crime to buy sex but not to sell it, shifting the criminal responsibility to clients.