When looking at legalized prostitution you see safer and healthier women, and shouldn’t that always be the point of everything we do? To answer this question it is important that you understand what prostitution is. As defined by the Merriam –Webster dictionary prostitution is “the act of having sex in exchange for money”. In most of the United States prostitutes or sex workers work on the streets, shady alleys or what some would refer to as “crack houses”. Prostitution is sometimes referred to as the longest standing profession, and what is very clear is that it isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
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.
But those plus the streets are where people are sold most often. There are many reasons and causes for sex trafficking. The factors behind sex traffic... ... middle of paper ... ...ll to hide it. Even though there are laws prohibiting sex trafficking, there are way too many causes to get it to be gone for good. Works Cited "Selling American Girls: The Truth About Domestic Minor Sex-Trafficking."
Prostitution is now illegal in the United States with the exception of eleven counties in the state of Nevada, and is often associated with a myriad of problems. Problems such as increased crime and presence of drugs in areas known for prostitution are the most apparent to society. Prostitutes often find themselves stigmatized and in physical danger. Even with these problems, prostitution does not seem to be going anywhere anytime soon; what is a country to do? One could argue that the best way to deal with this would be to legalize prostitution for the benefit of the sex workers, in a physical and social sense, and society at large.
Those have become legal already, now the question is why prostitution is still not legal. Legalizing prostitution promotes safety and reduces crime (mainly violence against women), puts more regulation on the prostitution industry, and generates economic profits. Let men be men. Legalize it Word Cited Barton, Robin. "Why Prostitution Should Be Legalized in the U.S.." The Crime Report - Your complete Criminal Justice source.
In order to critically analyze this question, one should be aware of what actually prostitution is. According to the oxford dictionary, the practice or occupation of engaging in sexual activity with someone for payment is called prostitution. It has become one of the most controversial and debatable topic for the debaters of Pakistan in the present days. Due to the high unemployment rate, illiteracy and poverty people are inclining more towards it. Prostitution has become a business field in which people are either forced to go or they indulge themselves by their own will.
When we think of juvenile prostitution we usually think that this grills sell their self just for pleasure or physical needs, but the true is that our teenagers are becoming slave of the sex industry. Most of the parents today don know that every day our teenagers are in the risk of becoming a new slave of industry. We really need to fight with this problem because is ending with our teenager liberty, social moral and is creating hires crimes. “It is estimated that there are 60 million survivors of juvenile sexual abuse in America today. Child abuse contributes to our overcrowded prisons as nearly 31% of woman in prison say they were abuse as juvenile” (pat Lunsford).
Usually the first concern will be most likely to be around the ongoing issue human trafficking and violence to women, that with legal brothels traffickers can get away with much more than they already are, and women will be more likely to be treated in a sense that they are just goods on the market to be sold over and over again. Then when that is discussed it will lead into how it is believed by many New York state residents that HIV/AIDS will become another uproar in Manhattan and the surrounding burrows. And the grand finale of the debate is always about how the money and taxes that we would impose, will apparently never be seen by the New York State government and will be regenerating back into the illegal markets in which we are trying to take it from, and help benefit the state ... ... middle of paper ... ... because of the incubation period even if she is a positive candidate for HIV. According to Jeffrey Barrows a Health Consultant this can be very bad for possible clients of the workers. “The average prostitute services between 10-15 clients per day.
The paper will then conclude that the decriminalisation of sex work has positively altered the working environment of sex workers, but that this improvement is limited due to the public stigma that remains attached to the industry. Background Sex workers provide sexual services in exchange for money and other valuable goods. In New Zealand, this exchange takes place at massage parlours, brothels, escort agencies, and on the streets (Abel, Fitzgerald & Bruton 2007). Though sex work itself was legal prior to 2003, the criminalisation of activities surrounding prostitution made it impossible to be a sex worker without violating the law (Jordan 2005). While the client could legally buy sex, sex workers could suffer legal consequences as legislation made soliciting, brothel keeping, and living on the earnings made through prostitution illegal (Abel 20014).
Thailand Sex Trade Industry Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, and Indonesia are economically developing countries that thrive off international tourism, which has led to a problem with tourist abusing innocent young children and using them for sex and other horrific sexual favors. Economically challenged countries rely upon tourist’s revenue to help their economy. The government often does not enforce the laws upon tourist when they commit a crime upon a minor in their country because their economy revolves around the tourists and the money they generate from tourism. Media exploited these unstable poverty ridden countries in the beginning of the 1990s exposing how these countries were allowing tourist’s to use young children, boys and girls, ranging from ages six to 18 years of age for sex. A child being sold for sex in third world countries has been going on for a long time, with the number at approximately one million.