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Throughout these discourses, care was taken to distinguish attitude, which required correction, from acts, which were punishable.A parallel discourse was the concern about population, and the 1935-1938 Population Commission commented on the need to control demand.However examining the language of this and a contemporary commission on homosexuality, it is clear that the construction remained heteronormative and patriarchal.

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Between 18, an attempt was made by the municipal authorities in the capital of Stockholm to establish state control over prostitution, and thereby sexual diseases, through an experiment with private licensed brothels, London and Stadt Hamburg, but without success.

A gendered recommendation on rape by a state commission on sexual offences in 1976 evoked a remarkable consensus within both the women’s movement and the parliamentary women’s groups that eventually led to the demand for further inquiries including yet another prostitution commission.

The resulting inquiry in 1981 was very controversial (internally and externally), concluding that prostitution was not a question of gender equality.

The laws on prostitution in Sweden make it illegal to buy sexual services, but not to sell the use of one's own body for such services. The criminalisation of the purchase of sex, but not the selling of one's own body for sex, was unique when first enacted in Sweden in 1999, but since then, Norway and Iceland have adopted similar legislation, both in 2009, followed by Canada in 2014, Northern Ireland in 2015, and France in 2016.

Prostitution is not mentioned in any law texts in Sweden in the middle ages, and was thus not formally a crime.

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