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Want to know more about sex in Belgium? How do the Belgians talk about sex and is prostitution legal? We find out more in our overview of this small but important European nation.
A small country of just A nation characterised by its diverse migrant population, Belgium is a multi-cultural country which embraces many of the best aspects of Europe including its laws, cultures and attitudes. Home to Brussels, the de factor capital of the European Union, Belgium is the hub of European affairs and, in this guide, we look at just what the country thinks about sex. Depending on where you are in the country, the influences can be French, German or Dutch and like these neighbours, attitudes towards sex and sexuality as well as the adult industry can be quite open-minded.
All of the major cities have a red-light quarter where you can find adult entertainment ranging from window girls advertising unofficial brothels, strip clubs and massage parlours. There are even street prostitutes as well as plenty of escorts who advertise on directory sites. Though not as prominent as those in Germany or Amsterdam, red light areas in Belgium are available. Image via Wikimedia.
The pickup scene can be quite mixed depending on which bars you go to and which city you are in but by and large there are good opportunities for one-night stands. In a European-wide study, Belgians ranked their sexual performance as average with the report showing the following trends in the surveyed population of adults:. The curriculum is comprehensive and starts at a young age, covering gender, sexuality, physical development and intimacy as well as safe sexual practices.
As a result of the level of education, Belgium has a low teen pregnancy rate of just 8 cases per and commensurately low levels of sexually transmitted diseases. You can find out more about sex in Brussels or Antwerp by reading our city guides. With the prevalence of studios in Germany and France, it is more common for aspiring performers and directors to head across the border than to stay in Belgium,.