Should A Woman 's V-Spot Be Regulated By The Government When people think prostitution they think of sex for money, diseases, crime, work place violence such as rape and also robbery. In every way they are right. Prostitution has become one of our major issues in the U.S. It has caused spreading of disease, unplanned pregnancy, deaths and robbery. You would think that with all the issues given with prostitution that we should continue with its illegalization, but that’s incorrect.
For centuries, the United States has attempted to suppress sexual deviation. Prostitution, brothels, etc were seen as sinful things that tear a man away from his family. The moral blames (drinking, sex, etc) were placed on criminals in the beginning. Women who are involved in such an industry are stigmatized and especially they are exploited in a variety of different ways. Solov’ev (2014) surveyed attitudes about prostitution using social networks and found that thirty four percent of the respondents had a negative attitude toward prostitution, but indicated that they understood that life can sometimes push someone into the industry.
Louise Shelley states "With demand and uncoordinated enforcement efforts, the human trade for labor and sex cannot be stopped." She is right, human trafficking is forcefully moving humans to other locations for sex and labor. Most traffickers use the people for sex trafficking. Martha Irvine calls human trafficking "... a victimless crime, seeing domestic prostitution as something very different from sex trafficking with its cross-border abductions and brutal coercion -- a scourge that's come to the forefront of news in recent years." She states that people often mistake sex trafficking as prostitution but, in sex trafficking the people are always moved and abducted.
In order to supply the labor for the prostitution industry, human trafficking becomes worse when it focus on women, and children. It transfers to sex trafficking. Many women are victims of human trafficking work in brothels, a part of them work as Streetwalker. Some countries give the idea that prostitution should be legalized to reduce the rate of human trafficking and sex trafficking, but they are wrong. Because, if we pass the law for prostitution, human trafficking and sex trafficking will increase in order to supply prostitutes for prostitution industry.
Is prostitution one of the world’s oldest professions or one of the world’s oldest crimes? Since the beginning of prostitution to present time, the view of the profession changed from a job to a crime. Nowadays, in most places, people frown upon prostitution. Due to laws and misunderstandings, prostitutes are not seen as victims; instead the law charges them as criminals. Domestic life and criminal activity lead people into the profession of prostitution, where the laws turn them into wrongfully accused victims.
Many people are brought in from other countries in, more than likely to be put into prostitution. Human smuggling and trafficking can be defined as two different things about moving people. Holly Austin Smith is a survivor of being convinced to run away from home by her captor. There are ways though to be able to stop the trafficker from being able to move the people around illegally. Human smuggling and Trafficking are two different opportunities people seem to earn money for moving them, but one is worse than the other.
When human trafficking is involved, the person has no way to say no due to being forced against their will. The kidnapped sex slaves are brutally beat, raped, and starved in order to keep from putting up a fight (Random History). Finding ways to cease human trafficking, especially when it involves prostitution, will save the rights of women because they will be able to consent to fornication. According to Ruth Rosenberg: Human trafficking involves by definition human beings. These are individuals that have been subject to exploitation and serious human rights violations.
I think it is also heightening the playground for serial killers an other sociopaths to take out their frustrations and urges on innocent women. Another problem I find with illegal prostitution is that Pimps protect their hookers from the law, and from other pimps. If there was no law against it, then pimps would not exist, nor would they control the actions and moneys of their "employees" with violence or any other coercion. Prostitution arrests is rampid and have been proven to cause long-term increases in crime and drug abuse in society. What we need is a sensible solution to these problems like allowing specific places where prostitution and soliciting are designated and can be in a controlled and safer environment.
Many prostitutes will become drug addicts to better deal with the illegal sex acts they are performing, hoping that prostitution will only be temporary. Unfortunately when this situation occurs, prostitutes will quit selling their bodies but cannot kick the drug habit and in turn have to continue to solicit themselves in order to continue their addiction to illegal crimes; this is a depressingly vicious cycle. Both illegal drug use and illegal prostitution are part of public order crimes. Public order crimes are thought out crimes that often make society an innocent victim. Rather than just affecting an individual, public order crimes happen to the society that you reside within.
Today, Barbara is a sex traffic survivor, who occasionally has flashbacks of her past (Amaya). Many American citizens know of the criminal act of sex trafficking in third world countries, but very few know how much it takes place in the United States. In America prostitution, pornography, and stripping are all considered acts of sex trafficking when they are forced on the victim. This increased crime has led to victimization, physical and psychological effects and after-effects of American and international victims. The government is aware of the slavery of humans taking place in this country and it has to release funds in creating programs for sex trafficking survivors and re-authorize the act that protects sex trafficking victims, in order to support the equal rights for every citizen.