The prostitutes are faced with self-generated plights. This explains the reason as to why the government seems to be sluggish in having prostitution legalized. However, many of the young girls in red light districts are traded by nature into prostitution. These are women who engage in prostitution as a way of finding for themselves and their families. These are the commercial sex workers who work day and light.
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.
In gaining that extra money, it continues her addiction and makes her go again the next night. Frenken and Sifaneck (1998) also found that “Heroin use locks them into lap dancing rapidly and intensely, which most often leads to a lack of selectivity in customers and sexual activities.” These women do not get to pick the cleanest or best clients, they get whom ever wants them. So it could be a man who wants more than just a lap dance and the woman, strung out on heroin, would oblige to any sexual advances the man would make. For many of these heroin-using sex workers the combination of stri... ... middle of paper ... ...the increase in heroin use among prostitutes. Most had noticed that there was more violence in the form of prostitutes and their partners robbing clients, and prostitutes robbing each other as a result of needing more money to support their cocaine use (Gilchrist, Cameron & Scoular, 2005).
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The overwhelming majority of children forced to sell their bodies on the street are girls. Young boys face hardship and abuse as well, but they often fend for themselves to survive. The girls, on the other hand, inevitably fall victim to pimps and organized trafficking networks. (Sher, pg. V) Domestic sex trafficking is the vile new innovative business model used in the sex industry to promote prostitution.
Many women have been tricked into this line of work, and they often have no choice in the matter. Due to it being such a common occurrence. Even someone like “Maria who was a thirty year old woman, was promised a high paying job by men, but instead she is forced into prostitution” (“Sex Trafficking Prey”). And even after she got out her life was never the same. Maria is not the only one being tricked though; children are also being taken advantage of.
This had resulted from history of both sexual and physical abuse from their line of business as street based sexual workers.” (Surratt H 30). Prostitutes are exposed to sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhea and AIDS. Some of their customers demand unprotected sex and depending on the offer that the prostitute is given, they carry the deal without having protection as a priority. Janice Raymond indicated that “... ... middle of paper ... ...le it is true to say that not all prostitutes are exposed to brutality, sexually transmitted diseases and psychological problems, the act of making prostitution illegal will cause financial instability to the traffickers since they will be denied the right of choosing their source of income. The sexual workers will result to doing the business illegally to be able to acquire funds for buying drugs.
The areas in which prostitutes work depend on the type of prostitutes, they are. All sex workers have many factors, that causes them to become involved with expressing their sexual desire to prostitute themselves or allow others to “pimp” them. Although there are “classes” in prostitution, they all show signs of [deviance] behavior (Chambliss & Hass, 2012). Skeezer is a slang term for the lowest type of prostitute. This term is not affixed to the male prostitute, but to the young female prostitute.
According to Ravi, “Many prostitutes who have been sexually assaulted suffer from the psychological effects of rape and sexual abuse. These include rape trauma syndrome, post- traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), low self-esteem, guilt, and self-destructiveness.” Making prostitution legal makes women think poorly of themselves and often results in an increase drug use to eliminate mental pain. According to Farley, “In prostitution, men remove women's humanity. Buying a woman in prostitution gives men the power to turn women into a living, breathing masturbation fantasy. He removes her self and those qualities that define her as an individual, and for him she becomes sexualized body parts.
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.