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Supporters said the legislation would make it easier to crackdown on sex trafficking, but prostitutes said it would leave them in limbo.

For example, the on-site “spa” might just be a cover for in-house prostitutes.

You might get calls in your room late in the evening from women looking for clients.

No sound of mind and morally upright lawmaker would move for a prostitution den to be built in the heart of a tourist hub.

When Orchard Towers was built in 1975, it was meant as a retail and office hub.

Supporters said the legislation would make it easier to crackdown on sex trafficking, but prostitutes said it would leave them in limbo.

For example, the on-site “spa” might just be a cover for in-house prostitutes.

You might get calls in your room late in the evening from women looking for clients.

No sound of mind and morally upright lawmaker would move for a prostitution den to be built in the heart of a tourist hub.

When Orchard Towers was built in 1975, it was meant as a retail and office hub.

Claire Quidet, a sex worker supporter, said prostitutes will benefit from the overhaul."Prostitutes will no longer be seen as criminals," Ms Quidet said."When they are abused, they can file a complaint in a police station which they did not dare do before."The power relationship with their clients will be completely different as they will be in a position of strength such as 'I am not guilty, but you, what you're doing is against the law'."Elisabeth Lansey, from Friends of the Bus for Women, said she and others fear sex workers will be forced into underground operations."If customers are penalised, they will be scared, the girls will have to hide in order to practice their trade, which is legal, and as the one who might get into legal trouble, the customer will be able to even more impose his choices, including unprotected sex."One sex worker, Orlena, said she and her fellow sex workers feared for their future."Tomorrow we will be in total insecurity," she said."We won't be able to declare anymore what we earn, we won't be able to pay our social taxes nor our bills."That's the reason why we are angry: in a way the customer will be frustrated not to be able to come to us and we will be frustrated of not being able to work and send money to the state."Rallies against the changes are continuing and growing.