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    Analyzing Prostitution Sociological Concepts Prostitution is a form of job that is looked down upon in society; it is even illegal in most Western culture and other cultures around the world. Yet there are so many active prostitutes in the U.S and so many customers providing the prostitute a job and income. Although there are a few prostitutes that choose this source of a job because they enjoy it; most are either driven into this form of a job because of their low-income situation or because they

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    Prostitution is the occupation that involves sexual intercourse for the sake of payment, there is generally a negative stigma around it, but is it all bad? Prostitutes work in this area usually for the profit, they’ll flaunt their sexual charms and give the best service they can offer. Considering a prostitute’s financial standing, the social class they’re in and the state their home is in, prostitution was their next best trump card in making their life a bit more sustainable. Women are taken advantage

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    Legal Prostitution Leads to Sex Trafficking “At this given moment there are forty million prostitutes at work.” (Dye) Legal prostitution is something the Unites States has been trying to eradicate for a very long amount of time. Prostitution in the United States, as well as throughout the world, has significantly impacted the sex trafficking industry. In the ninetieth century, prostitution was only women who were singers and dancers. Prostitution has turned into something much different. Legal

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    Prostitution, is, an, act, that, is viewed as, taboo. However, an overwhelming, number of women worldwide are in the prostitution industry because it is the only way to support themselves and their children, if they have any. In “Safe on the Streets”, Elizabeth Nolan Brown states “it is decriminalizing prostitution that could make women in and outside the sex industry safer” (Brown 345). Women are ,safer if prostitution, is decriminalized. This is what Brown is trying to say. This strategy’s roots

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    Prostitution: Climbing the Social Ladder In Stephen Crane’s novel, “Maggie: A Girl of the Streets”, he paints a picture for his audience that is very vibrant. Maggie is a young woman living in The Bowery of New York’s Lower Manhattan, where poverty and violence resides. Maggie is soon swooned by Pete, a friend of her brother Jimmie. She sees a sort of worldliness and excitement in him. Maggie’s love is soon betrayed by Pete and she turns to prostitution, where she then becomes a scandal in her neighborhood

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    of the general population viewed prostitution as a vice, there were also people of notability that viewed prostitution as a product of the economic system that the women found themselves struggling to survive in. As the famous writer and infamous anarchist Emma Goldman identifies in “The Traffic in Women” (1910), “Exploitation, of course; the merciless Moloch of capitalism that fattens on underpaid labor, thus driving thousands of women and girls into prostitution.” Goldman, stemming her ideas from

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    deceived and moved from their motherland to work in unfavorable industries with prostitution as the most common jobs for these women. With the incessant growth of the prostitution, the act of participating in promiscuous copulation especially for money, there's an outgoing debate on whether prostitution should be legalized or illegalized. However, people fail to focus on the increasing amount of trafficking and child prostitution aroused by sex tourism. As the world interchanges knowledge, commodities,

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    Prostitution is the act or practice of engaging in sexual intercourse for money. It’s estimated that 1-2 million women in the United States work as prostitutes (How Many Prostitutes Are in the United States?). Several people view prostitution as corrupt and unethical, but some viewers do not step to the other side of the track. If it were done in a monitored way, prostitution could be a benefit. Yes it can help protect women, but it is degrading and can be harmful. Although prostitution is demeaning

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    Known as the world's oldest profession, prostitution is still one of the most controversial issues in our modern day society. We are able to trace the career all the way back to the ancient Sumerians, one of the earliest civilizations, that is dated as far back as 5500 BC. Prostitution has been present in nearly all cultures and eras and, in a large portion of them, it was not a profession that was controversial or disrespected for either gender. In today's day and age however, it is rarely considered

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    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. Like many crimes prostitution is one that can never be completely

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