What's Wrong With Prostitution Analysis

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Date after date, going through her room. A huge list of appointments to serve for the day. Men going in and out, leaving their marks inside her. After conquering their needs, once again they feel like the champions, the owners, the bosses, the ones who have the power over almost everything. However, the reality is far from this erroneous idea that men like to believe. They seem to think that their power relies on their abilities to seduce and dominate but, what they do not seem to recognize, is that in order to be powerful, they appear dependent on the reaffirmation coming from the opposite sex. Lola is one of those girls that work on the streets. She is not a police officer, she may not have a degree, but she knows how to make males fall under her knees. She is living off the insecurities that men have. Working in such a risky business, as prostitution is, has taught her that her rights have been compromised, and that the time has come to start making a change. …show more content…
She talks about historical societies where men had ownership over their wives, and says that while men are no longer having complete power over women, prostitution is a way for them to have this ownership over women’s bodies temporarily. According to Pateman “…the employer has right of command over the use of the worker 's labor, that is to say, over the self, person, and body of the worker during the period set down in the employment contract…” However, men do not own a prostitute by any means. They are paying them for a service, as well as a lawyer gets paid after defending his or her case, prostitutes get paid because of the sexual pleasures that they offer. If prostitution becomes legal, prostitutes will have the right to stop their work at any given point where they feel unsafe or uncomfortable, and then prostitution will not have any kind of correlation to ownership, not even

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