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While the government has adopted a tolerant approach towards the latter, it also regularly dispatches anti-vice squads to raid brothels and nightclubs in the area. Is it not hypocritical that we promote it as a tourist attraction, but at the same time demonise prostitution when it reaches the heartlands? Questions have been raised about whether customers are just as guilty as those who offer promiscuous services, and the need for tighter regulations by the Housing Board to ensure flats are not misused; that those who need a roof over their heads are not deprived.
Why the double-standard? For instance, it is a common misconception that sex workers are formally licensed.
Rather, they are issued permits by the police to ply their trade. At the same time, they are not legally required to produce this permit to customers when asked, and there are no legal ramifications if they refuse to do so.
On one hand, the official viewpoint is that sex work is a vice, hence laws are implemented to curb it. On the other, the authorities know that it would be impossible to clamp down entirely on such activities, and thus have elected to turn a blind eye until it receives complaints from the public. But the recent trend of illegal brothels moving into the heartlands suggests that this precautionary measure is no longer working. In actuality, the sourcing and booking of prostitutes now take place online , making it harder for the police to suppress such vice activities.
According to a Straits Times report , at least 82 women have been arrested for suspected involvement in vice activities in residential areas since January this year. The dispersal of prostitutes into residential areas such as Yishun, Sembawang and Ang Mo Kio is frequently attributed to the increased anti-vice crackdowns in Geylang.