13th November 02:04 PM
Ambulance becomes place for safe sex
By Semi Turaga
Thursday 30/03/2017
Susanne Møller and Michael Lodberg Olsen outside the Sexelancen on Istedgade in Copenhagen (Photo: theguardian).

A second‑hand ambulance has been converted into a place where sex workers can meet their clients in Copenhagen.

The aim is to help people at risk of violence and exploitation and it is the latest in a long list of ideas by a Danish social entrepreneur Michael Lodberg Olsen.

But this old ambulance ‑ called "Sexelance" ‑ is a safe space for Copenhagen's sex workers.

They can take clients there with the knowledge that volunteers are around to step in if things get ugly.

Source: BBC

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