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The secularization of Turkish society allowed prostitution to achieve legal status during the early 20th century.
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As of 2011, there were about 56 state-licensed brothels.
This type of media caused a greater panic in Turkish citizens and the government, eventually leading to police raids of migrant workers' homes, mandatory STD tests, and deportation.
Any services offered, or inferred - in addition to time - are the choice of consenting adults and a private matter to be agreed between each party.
Migrant workers to this day are both feared and hated.
Many women who resorted to prostitution did so due to being single mothers, homelessness, poverty, and to afford childcare services.