Prostitution plays a role in lowering the divorce rate; since there are many married men are unfortunately unhappy with the sex life they have with their wives. Most men would resort to a type of affair with some other woman, but risk the problem of the woman falling in love either him or catching feelings, which then can cause these men their marriage. Causing other men to turn to a prostitute instead of an affair. Since prostitution is mostly a job and is emotionless, nobody falls in love so the marriages are mostly not threatened. Lowering divorces by not much but a
Female Prostitution should not be legitimatized Prostitution which is sometimes known as commercial sex is the act of having sexual relation in exchange for money. It dates from the World War 1 during the slavery period where the slaves were sold for such purpose. The main reasons why people indulge into prostitution is poverty, history of sexual assault especially when at a minor age and others are just immoral and want to explore. It was mainly associated with women but in the current generation, due to increase in poverty, low level of education among other factors, even men and children are out in the street to exchange their sexual rights with payment. Female prostitution should not be legitimatized since it has negative health implications to those trafficking and is also an act of violence against women.
Some view prostitution as a business, selling goods and services to make a profit, but others view it as morally wrong. Most people think selling one’s body for money should not be promoted, but others simply see prostitution as business. Critics of prostitution are concerned with the ethics of the service. They argue that, prostitutes do not have morals because they are having intercourse to make a profit. This also ties into religion; most religious people believe intercourse should be shared between a man and his wife.
Prostitution should not be legalized because it is not a victimless crime, it will not decrease violence toward prostitutes, and it will not help the economy. Prostitution demoralizes women and selling a woman’s body should not be a livelihood. There is no resemblance of prostitution to ordinary employment in the ritual degradation of strangers using a woman’s body to satiate their urges. Women are often exploited not only by the men that purchase their services but also by their pimps. Some advocates argue that women in prostitution sell sex as a consenting adult, but those who do consent are typically part of a privileged minority, primarily white, middle-class, Western women in escort agencies, not remotely representative of the global majority.
Until the modern era, it was a common philosophy that women were subordinate second-class citizens; during the modern era, authors started to argue against the notion that women were secondary to men. Stories started to demonstrate why it was wrong to criticize the prostitute instead of the society that inhibited the women’s ability to have another type of job, or why threating ostracization to force women to become simple-minded without opinion is detrimental. In "Mrs. Warren’s profession", by Bernard Shaw, Mrs. Warren defends her choice to become a prostitute manager: it was less deadly than working with the chemicals in the factories, it made more money than waitressing, and she got to keep all the profits for her work and not just a small percentage of a profit. Most people in the play who discovered Mrs. Warren’s line of work showed repulsion towards her and not the economy that made prostitution such a viable option. It was easier in the job market for men to thrive, and women had to work at lower level jobs.
If women were unable to marry, they turned to prostitution as an alternative out of economic necessity. The medieval society felt the need to stigmatize and exploit the single women for prostitution. The Victorians saw prostitution as a “social evil” and refused to accept it in their society. Prostitution was tolerated in a Shah 2 sense, but seen as big nuisance in the streets. Society was disturbed by it, but did nothing to change the problem.
The letters stand for the words "No Human Involved." (Fairstein) To dehumanize females in prostitution some people create stereotypes that cause people to down on prostitutes, such as their drug users which results in suicide, whores, they have no morals or values, their doing it to support an addiction, have STDs, doesn't respect thems... ... middle of paper ... ...b. 2011. . Marwitz, G., I. Hengst, and R. Hornle. "Prostitution as a Consequence of Sexual Abuse."
Hustler. Harlot. No matter what you call it, we all know it as prostitution, and it is typically accompanied by a negative attitude. Montgomery College professor Susan A. Milstein, however, argues that prostitution is merely another job, saying, “Imagine a woman who is engaging in a specific behavior for money. Is that prostitution, or is it a job?” If we take away our preconceived notion of prostitutes as streetwalkers or whores and look at them as employees attempting to make a living, they become normal people in our eyes.
How do you define the word “prostitution”? Is this only a business of selling or buying of sex? Researcher said that it is beyond the physical act between a men and women for money. Abolitionist came up with many ideas to prohibit the prostitution business but they could not make it happen. In ancient era, there were women who were treated like prostitutes called concubines and now they are called sex workers.
He removes her self and those qualities that define her as an individual, and for him she becomes sexualized body parts. She acts the part of the thing he wants her to be.” Prostitutes often start believing they are commodities because that is how men treat them and it causes them to have mental issues. Women that are raped feel worthless and like they are no longer important to society. By becoming a prostitute, women have a very high chance of becoming a victim of domestic violence. However, a woman’s body is not meant to me’s the urges.