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Karina Content is the pseudonym of Karina Schaapman (born 6 June 1960 in Leiden), a Dutch writer and politician affiliated with the Labour Party (Netherlands).[1]

In 2005 Amma Asante (also a councilor for the Labour Party (Netherlands)) and Content, wrote a report, "Het onzichtbare zichtbaar gemaakt" (Making the Invisible Visible). Schaapman had once been a prostitute and was getting information about the influx of organized crime and violence into Prostitution in the Netherlands. Other reports came out around the same time. They concluded that a large number of prostitutes in Amsterdam were being forced to work and were being abused by pimps and criminal gangs, and that the goals of legalization were failing.[2][3]

Publications

  • Schoolstrijd (2000)
  • Zonder moeder ("Without Mother", autobiographical, 2004)
  • Het onzichtbare zichtbaar gemaakt ("Making the invisible visible", report, 2005)
  • Hoerenlopen is niet normaal ("Visiting whores is not normal", pamphlet, 2007)
  • Het Muizenhuis - Sam & Julia ("The Mouse Mansion - Sam & Julia", 2011)
  • Het Muizenhuis - Sam & Julia in het theater ("The Mouse Mansion - Sam & Julia in the theater", 2012)
  • Het Muizenhuis - Sam & Julia het grote feest ("The Mouse Mansion - Sam & Julia and the big party", 2013) This book was a gift for the royal princesses of the Netherlands when Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands was crowned king. 30,000 children in Amsterdam also received this gift for the inauguration.
  • Het Muizenhuis - Sam & Julia in het circus ("The Mouse Mansion - Sam & Julia in the circus", 2013)

See also

References

  1. ^ "PvdA'er Schaapman stopt per direct" [PvdA'er Schaapman stops immediately]. AT5 Nieuws (in Dutch). Amsterdam. March 27, 2008. Retrieved May 14, 2012. PvdA-raadslid Karina Content, beter bekend als Karina Schaapman, verlaat per direct de gemeenteraad (Labour council member Karina Content, better known as Karina Schaapman, will leave the council immediately)
  2. ^ Abuses in Prostitution, Trouw, December 12, 2005, by Dorien Pels, reprinted at fleshtrade blog retr dec 2011.
  3. ^ Placing Prostitution: Formalizing the Spatial-Sexual Order of Amsterdamby Michaël Deinema Co-authored with Manuel Aalbers, Paper presented at the Conference "Imagining Amsterdam: Visions and Revisions", Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2009, November 21. at academia.edu retrieved dec 2011
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