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    Trafficking affects all ages, genders, and ethnicities. Factors such as political instability, poverty, lack of education, homelessness, and lack of employment contribute to the recruitment of victims. In some families, women are viewed as burdens and they are pressure into the sex industry in order to provide support for the family. Recruiters prey on these individuals by placing ads the local newspaper and online. The ads speak of better job opportunities abroad such as modeling, dancing, and acting. The deceptive ads trick the victims into thinking that there are opportunities to make more money in order and have a better life. The recruiters offer to pay for travel documents and identification for those who aren’t in possession of them.…

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    Sex Trafficking has become a national problem.“Sex Trafficking Is defined as the act of forcing coercing, or conning someone into performing any sexual act. According to U.S law, anyone younger than eighteen who is selling or being sold for sex acts is a victim of sex trafficking, whether by force or not. “ ( breaking free) In every country in the world someone is being trafficked. ( book ) Many countries have not even created laws against the major issue. ( what's being done website.) There is…

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    With human trafficking being an already severe crime in the United States, the sex trade industry is what has so many young womens lives turned upside down. With the single largest demographic age for targets and victims being between the age of 12 and 15, the long term-impacts are more horrendous than any other (Chaffee & English, 2015). Although the age of 12 thru 15 is when a vast majority of girls are first exploited, the age can range tremendously. However, it is supported that a great deal…

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    for the sex industry. Canada views on prostitution are based on false assumptions and stigma around sex industry, which does not help the sex industry. Looking at criminalization, decriminalization, and legalization models and its pro and cons in this essay will help see which model is better suited for Canada. Firstly, looking at legalization of sex work allows for better environment for the workers. As a matter of fact, Tusikov (2015) discussed…

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    Why Is Prostitution Wrong

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    Prostitution: It’s Not Okay According to “a report from Fondation Scelles...there are 40 to 42 million prostitutes in the world” (Sex Crimes). Prostitution is legal in a lot of countries and even some areas in the United States (Prostitution). Prostitutes are controlled by pimps who often search for teenagers to turn into prostitutes (Flowers). The sex industry leads to human trafficking and downgrades the community (Prostitution). Prostitution should not be accepted and deserves to be illegal…

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    “Sex-Work; a way of living” Sex trafficking, an epidemic in its most latent manner, effects the morals and rights of freedom and protection of society. In 2014, Bill C-36 under Canada’s Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act, received its assent of legalization. The Parliament Members of Canada have grave concerns about the exploitation, objectification, risks of violence and the disproportionate impact on women and children inherent in prostitution (PCEPA 2014). Although the…

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    Prostitution In Canada

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    about the apparent issues surrounding the sex trade industry. Due to the fact that 98% of prostitutes in Canada are women, the topics discussed in this essay will concern only women in this industry (Anonymous, 2014). There is great controversy surrounding the stigma that prostitutes “get what they deserve” because it marginalizes sex workers and allows people to get away with exploiting, humiliating,…

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    There is a double standard when it comes to female and male sex workers in this risky industry. Much like society, female workers are expected to be submissive and catering to men’s needs. Therefore, any man who chooses this as his trade of choice is compared to a woman and seen as feminine and thus weak. (Stoddard, 2014). Most male prostitutes that do partake in the trade, regardless of their willingness and consent to work, have been stereotyped as weak victims of overpowering, more dominant…

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    is in the sex industry. The sex industry uses the appeal of a nature to be drawn to sexual objects. They do this typically through the clothing or really lack thereof on a given person. This is used all the time to sell products like cars and beer but it is also being used to sell people. One of the fastest growing industries in America is human trafficking. This tends to be…

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    After watching the Red Umbrella Diaries, I saw some differences of how people are portrayed in the sexual marketplace for example like in media and news. Mass media illustrates sex workers as people who are slutty, dirty and do not have respect for themselves. Furthermore, there are stereotypes of the kind of people that get into the sex industry there viewed as people who are low-income, uneducated and looking to have erotic experiences. In addition, the sexual marketplace is seen as an…

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