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  • Advocates For The Legalization Of Prostitution
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    Prostitution: Effects of New Legislation on the Oldest Profession Sex for sell. For some prostitution is a victimless crime while others fight hard in the hopes of one day abolishing prostitution forever. The topic of prostitution remains a greatly debated issue even after so many years of existence. Prostitution existed as far back in time as ancient Athens and ancient Rome. In Rome, prostitutes were licensed by the state and taxed. Prostitution continued to flourished through out Europe until ...
  • Chinese Prostitution
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    In 1850, only 7 Chinese women were in San Francisco compared to the 4,018 Chinese men. These lows numbers could " ve been because Chinese men were afraid to bring their wives and raise families in a place full of racial violence. The growing anti-Chinese sentiment and few labor opportunities reduced the chances for entry of Chinese women. The few women in San Francisco's Chinatown basically turned Chinatown into a bachelor's society. Many men went to brothel houses to release their sexual tensio...
  • Most Prostitutes
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    Prostitute Profile Contrary to the popular stereotype of all prostitutes being crack victim persons who were raised in single parent families on the wrong side of the tracks, prostitutes vary tremendously in their background. In a study by the CRD on prostitutes in Victoria, a prostitutes profile is as follows: Most prostitutes were from smaller cities on the Island, or from the suburbs of Victoria, rather than international prostitution circuits, Many do have a history of school, mental, or fam...
  • Person's View On Prostitution
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    Perspectives on Prostitution Beginning around 1910, many religious and civic organizations in the United States started to develop a nationwide campaign against the immorality of prostitution. Although the government and other organizations may view prostitution as an immoral act, depending on a person's social perspective, he or she may view prostitution as being acceptable in today's society. On the other hand, a person may see prostitution as an immoral display. This once again depends on the...
  • Prostitutes Of The Lowest Level
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    Prostitution was widespread in preindustrial societies. The exchange of wives by their husbands was a practice among many primitive peoples. In the ancient Middle East and India temples maintained large numbers of prostitutes. Sexual intercourse with them was believed to facilitate communion with the gods. In ancient Greece prostitution flourished on all levels of society. Prostitutes of the lowest level worked in licensed brothels and were required to wear distinctive clothing as a badge of the...
  • Demand For Chinese Prostitutes In California
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    In California, between 1850's to the Chinese Exclusion Act, most of the Chinese women who came to San Francisco were either slaves or indentured. They were often lured, kidnapped or purchased and forced to work as prostitutes at the brothels which is run by secret society of the Tongs of San Francisco. Chinese prostitutes also were smuggled and had worked at the Chinatown brothels in the Comstock Mines in Nevada. Chinese prostitutes were commonly known as prostitutes of the lowest order. "Both o...
  • Right To Prostitute
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    Prostitution has long been considered as illegal. But is it necessary to do so It is said that prostitution causes inconvenience and troubles to general public. However, the act that considers prostitution as illegal causes inconvenience and troubles to prostitutes either. Does general public has the right to live without prostitution nearby, which will prevent prostitutes from making money with their 'resources', or do prostitutes have the right to make money with their 'resources', which will ...
  • Taxation Of Legalized Prostitution
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    A comedian asked why is it illegal to sell sex but its okay to gibe it away. A beautician performs a service when she cuts your hair. The service is taxed, and the beautician makes money on the service she provided. The beautician, in performing this service, is doing nothing illegal, and is well within her constitutional rights. So, why then is it illegal for a prostitute to provide a service to an adult. He or She is well within the boundaries of the constitution just like the beautician is ye...
  • Statistics Of Stds In Legal Prostitution
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    Outline Thesis: Prostitution should be legalized because not only does it financially benefit the country, but legalized prostitution could also reduce crime. I. Illegalized prostitutionA. Preservation of morality B. Health risks. Violent crimeD. Costs to citizens II. Legalized prostitutionA. Constitutional right. Regular health exam. Reduction of violent crimeD. Government regulation. Argument Prostitution is known as the oldest profession in the world, however, many states in the U.S. outlaw i...
  • Legal Brothel And Prostitution Industry
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    INTRODUCTION A prostitute is defined by the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary as "a person who offers herself / himself for sexual intercourse for money". Legally, Prostitution is the sale of sexual services. The services may consist of any sexual acts, including those which do not involve copulation. While payment may be any nonsexual consideration, most commonly it is in the form of money. In what seems to be a world historical pattern, an upsurge in prostitution followed the effects of urb...
  • Sexual Intercourse With Prostitutes
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    I. Introduction Prostitution, performance of sexual acts solely for the purpose of material gain. Persons prostitute themselves when they grant sexual favors to others in exchange for money, gifts, or other payment and in so doing use their bodies as commodities. In legal terms, the word prostitute refers only to those who engage overtly in such sexual-economic transactions, usually for a specified sum of money. Prostitutes may be of either sex, but throughout history the majority have been wome...
  • Social Problem Of Teenage Prostitution
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    Introduction Child prostitution in America is increasingly popular. It is necessary to change this situation, because it is immoral. Child prostitution is one of the most serious social problems in America. History Of Prostitution Beginning about 1910, religious and civic organizations in the U.S. developed a nationwide campaign against both the immorality of prostitution and its relationship to sexually transmitted disease. On the federal level, Congress passed the White Slave Traffic Act forbi...
  • Intensive Contact With Other Prostitutes
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    Prostitution Prostitution is defined as promiscuous and mercenary sexual behavior with emotional indifference between the partners. There isn't a more specific definition because people perceive it in different ways. Some view it as a dehumanizing act while others see it as an occupation that performs a useful service to society. Because people aren't always able to act out their sexual feelings how they want, prostitution allows them to express these desires. Most people think that the actual s...
  • General Acceptance Of Prostitution In Thailand
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    Introduction Prostitution exists in almost all cultures and civilizations of the world today. Just as the cultures differ richly from one another, prostitution and prostitution policy vary greatly throughout the globe. Although the act of prostitution itself is widely similar all over, the policies that are affecting the sex trade are the most influential in shaping the unique and individual sex industries of different countries. This paper takes a look at two very different countries with very ...
  • Acts Of Prostitution And Other Activities
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    There are women who search for love, and there are those that search for money. Today, the term woman simply denotes ones sex. It does not define her character, morals and values, or even her profession. However, this was not always the case. At the end of the nineteenth century and beginning of the twentieth century, during the Progressive Era, there was a drive for reform. Various social problems became targets for investigation and intervention: child labour, juvenile delinquency, corruption ...
  • Benefit Of Legal Prostitution
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    Abstract The legalization of prostitution, would not only help with medical issues, it would save money. It is said that prostitution causes inconvenience and troubles to general public. Does the general public have the right to live without prostitution, or do prostitutes have the right to make money. If prostitutions are located in some low-population-density areas, the harms or inconvenience caused by prostitutions will be smaller. The right to be a prostitute or the right to stop prostitutio...
  • Legalization Of Prostitution
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    Many people argue that selling their own bodies in terms of sex, or in other words prostitution or sex work, is considered immoral. They also say that practicing it can be very risky for the health of the prostitute. This is true, but only in the case when prostitution is illegal. Thus, prostitution is a very controversial issue, because some people believe that it should be legalized, while others oppose it bitterly. Although many people think that that prostitution should not be legalized, I b...
  • Most Common Form Of Male Prostitution
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    As long as there has been supply and demand, sex has sold. The average arrest, court and incarceration costs today amount to nearly $2,000 per arrest. Cities spend an average of 7.5 million dollars on prostitution control every year, ranging from 1 million to 23 million dollars. Prostitution being a public order crime, it is important to learn about the different types that effect our communities. 1) The first type I will discuss is the streetwalker. This is the most common form, and the most st...
  • Individual Perceives Prostitution As The Only Way
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    Prostitution is defined as the engaging in, or agreeing to engage in, sexual conduct for a fee. Women are pushed into entering prostitution for many reasons including lack of education, poverty, and personal choice. Prostitution is currently illegal, but there is much controversy surrounding this issue. There are approximately 1.3 million prostitutes in the United States today. However, there is only an arrest figure of about 100,000 prostitutes in 1995, and the number of arrests has been fairly...
  • State Of Victoria Brothel Prostitution
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    There has been much debate over the last few decades about prostitute law reform. Prostitution is the act or practise of engaging in sex acts for hire. The act or an instance of offering or devoting one's talent to an unworthy use or cause. There is much difference between the states of Australia when it comes to the issue of decriminalizing prostitution. In the state of Victoria brothel prostitution was legalised in the 1980's and has subsequently been legalised in New South Wales, Australian C...

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