In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1zona de tolerancia femininezona roja feminine Latin Americabarrio chino masculine Spain
- Maybe some writers go to a red-light district for research purposes and somehow the book never gets finished.
- Occupying several blocks on two of the most beautiful canals in the very centre of the city, the red-light district is pretty much unavoidable.
- In the red-light district of St Louis in 1895, a pimp shot a man dead in an argument over a hat.
- The area around Shinjuku station is the Japanese red-light district.
- Ethnographic research in the Amsterdam red-light district shows that these assumptions are often deceptive.
- As I will show in this paper, the Amsterdam red-light district is characterized by its own set of socially and spatially defined rules.
- I found that there was not just one method of initiating encounters in the red-light district.
- The car was parked in a relatively small alleyway in the seedier part of the city; near the red-light district.
- The famous red-light district featured perfectly legal prostitutes on display in their windows.
- The bright lights of the red-light district of Center City shone brightly in the dark sky.
- Oh, he is also a regular customer of a prostitute named Norma who works at a red-light district near his office.
- In Pompeii sex wasn't something confined to the red-light district.
- The locals seem to understand perfectly that the ‘Wallen’, the world-famous red-light district, is an essential part of any tourist's stay in the city.
- You end up with a legal red-light district and an illegal one and it solves nothing.
- ‘At the time my subordinate just wanted to ask why the police officers raided the red-light district,’ he said.
- ‘Everybody went to the brothel,’ said Alain Plumey, curator of the Erotic Museum in the Paris red-light district of Pigalle.
- ‘At her high school, I'd swear I was walking through the red-light district,’ he says.
- A lot of these youngsters were taken to the red-light district in Calcutta.
- Suggestions had been made that some men had been put off going into the managed zone to pay for vice girls, and some prostitutes had moved away from the regulated red-light district.
- This is even more the case in a red-light district than in other urban public areas.
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