The LA Times recently ran an article on the impending loss of several unique features of the Netherlands, pointing out the several influences which have led to this situation.
"It may be last call for drugs, sex and live-and-let-live in the Netherlands, one of the most famously broad-minded countries in the world.
Prostitution, abortion, euthanasia, same-sex marriage and magic mushrooms have long been legal here, and soft drugs such as marijuana are technically illegal but are sold with official sanction in small amounts in "coffeehouses." In recent years, however, uneasiness over an influx of Muslim immigrants as well as a lifestyle that many believe has gone too far have shifted the Dutch mood away from tolerance and infinite permissiveness.
In 2006, parliament stopped coffeeshops from selling alcohol if they sell marijuana; now, legislators are negotiating to have them located at least 250 yards from schools. This year, a ban on the sale of hallucinogenic mushrooms goes into effect."
Los Angeles Times article: Sex, drugs and second thoughts in the Netherlands
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