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Main article: History of prostitution in France Paris arrondissements, 1st highlighted, the 2nd and 3rd to the N. Prostitutes were not marginalized, but integrated into society where they had a role to play. In stories which were often ribald , prostitutes would be complicit with other women in avenging men. The great Cathedral of Chartres had a window endowed by prostitutes The Prodigal Son in the same way as other windows were endowed by various other trade guilds The Trade Windows.
Charlemagne AD was amongst those rulers who attempted to suppress prostitution, declaring flogging lashes as a punishment in his capitularies. This was primarily aimed at the common man, since harems and concubines were common amongst the ruling classes.
Some idea of the seriousness with which the state regarded the offense is provided by the fact that lashes was the severest sentence prescribed by the Code Alaric. Offenders also had their hair cut off, and in the case of recidivism , could be sold as slaves. There is no evidence that any of this was effective. Saint Louis IX [ edit ] In the interim, Louis IX attempted to ban prostitution in December , with disastrous social consequences and widespread protests.
The decree ordered the expulsion of all "women of evil life" from the kingdom and confiscation of their belongings, but simply drove the trade underground. Eventually he was forced to revoke this by Although still railing against women who were "free with their bodies and other common harlots", he acknowledged the pragmatic desirability of housing them away from respectable streets and religious establishments, and so obliged them to reside outside of the borders of the city walls.
His resolve to do away with prostitution was affirmed in a letter of to the regents, as he set out on the Eighth Crusade , in which he refers to the need to extirpate the evil, root and branch. It is said that Tire-Boudin was a euphemism invented for Mary Queen of Scots when she asked after its name, and the street is now named after her.