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    Cons Of Prostitution

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    Prostitution has been around for hundreds of year and is referred to as the “world’s oldest profession”. Before prostitution was known as trading sexual activities for materialistic items, it was known by a religious connotation in which temple maiden had sexual intercourse as an act of worshipping the temple deity (http://eds.a.ebscohost.com.db19.linccweb.org). There are different sorts of prostitutions, but one of the main one that is seen today is “streetwalking”, in which the prostitutes or…

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    Prostitution has been defined as “the act or practice of engaging in sexual activity for money or its equivalent.” With the exception of a few counties in Nevada, the United States has criminalized prostitution based on the premise that it is degrading to sex workers, the vast majority of whom are female. Proponents of criminalization also argue that it reduces the demand for human trafficking victims as well as the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. Despite the prohibition of prostitution…

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    Effects Of Prostitution

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    industry and 33 million involved in prostitution according to (Soroptimist) and (Foundation Sccelles). Human trafficking and prostitution go hand and hand with one another. Both prostitution and human trafficking certainly effect many women around the world in very negative ways. These crime industries are centered on psychological and physical pain that all begin with anything from sexual abuse as a child to immense poverty which force these women to turn to prostitution and or get caught in…

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    Legalizing Prostitution

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    Legalizing Prostitution “They Say” When it comes to the topic of legalizing prostitution, most of us readily agree this is a highly debatable, and emotional topic, and at the core is the right of both men and women to have freedom of choice over their sexuality. But when engaging in this topic, one cannot ignore the positive and negative effects of a nation that legalizes prostitution. In my own opinion, I agree on legalizing prostitution because it will help prevent the spread of HIV and…

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    typically abusive or emotionally abusive. They pressurize girls to sell for money and give them drugs in return. Human traffickers lure mostly underage girls in the pretext of work or a better life. They sold off sex slaves or brothels. In Asia, prostitution is the oldest occupation thrived. In the beginning of Indus valley civilization, prostitutes were considered “NagarVadhu” meaning bride of the whole town. They used to offer sex for payments. So, it is somewhat acceptable in our culture. In…

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    The Wikipedia article that I chose to edit is the article titled Prostitution in Canada (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prostitution_in_Canada). This topic directly relates to my group’s activism campaign because we discussed the stigma against sex workers in Canada and focused primarily on street work/prostitution. The article discusses the background and history of prostitution in Canada, including what is considered prostitution in Canada and the laws surrounding the topic and how they have…

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    Prostitution is commonly used to refer to haggling of sexual services in order to a form a social interaction that is concurrently economic and sexual. Through this it makes prostitution a difficult cultural category, as society’s economic and sexual relations are systemized and conceptualized in divergent ways. According to Kingsley Davis (1937), Prostitution is defined as largely economical and providing a function through quick impersonal sexual regalement that does not involve individual…

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    Prostitution is one of the oldest profession, not just to the United States, but worldwide, and the persecution of sex workers is just as old. With the popularity of prostitution, religious groups fought to guarantee that the United Sates outlawed the soliciting and offering of sex for money by the early 1900’s. This still remains the case to today in all states of the United States, with the exception of the state of Nevada. Nevada has legalized prostitution in counties with a population of…

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    Child Prostitution in Thailand Child prostitution in Thailand is a corrupt, visible issue that has overcome the country since the 1990s. This is an issue because thousands of children are taken away from their homes or sold into prostitution and they have no way of defending themselves. Thailand’s government has tried to implement policies but has to seemed to failed considering children and families do not understand the fatalness of prostitution due to how Thailand’s system works and where…

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    Medical Prostitution Consider the following scenario: If medical marijuana continues to be voted in by citizens across this country, we the people might consider putting on the next ballet “Medical Prostitution.” It is the legalization of prostitution for medical purposes. For example, one would go to his Physician and state he has been feeling depressed, sexually deprived, in need of some “uplifting”, and unable to sleep. The medical professional writes a prescription for a prostitute…

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