According to them, various establishments do not protect the women, no matter if they are legal or illegal (Raymond, Janice G.). Moreover, the women state that they suffer from violence from so-called “businessmen” controlling them and their customers. Besides, one cannot deny the common fact – any industry works to attract and protect the clients, and that is any entrepreneur’s primary goal. Unfortunately, the sex industry does not seem to be an exception of this rule, and the women are playing secondary role in its
For instances, the desires of men for sexual wants in this sex trade could considerate as a prostitutions’ driving factor. It is illustrated that prostitution as well as sex trade cannot be stopped fully but may make it disappear if all of us wanted it. This is because the prostitution occurs due to the uncontrollable desire of humans towards sex as they do not bother about morality, ethics, and social discipline. This article also stated that male has a right for promiscuous sexual activity but women with the similar behavior were condemned by the society. Therefore, men are the one who contributes to the rising in the prostitution industry, as without consumers the sex trade will not continue.
Although women can gain enough money from these fields, I think that it does not give them the self-fulfillment that they truly deserve. First, pornography objectifies women by making male viewers feel that they have all the power and the pleasure whenever they watch them. Pornography promotes male domination for it wants the viewers to feel the sexual gratification that they do not have at the moment. Of course, we do not have any idea if women are satisfied that they are only viewed as sexual objects in pornography. Women are degraded in pornography because they perform such acts for the viewers, the majority of which are men, but they do may not receive the kind of self-fulfillment that one usually feels in a job.
He pointed out that some people oppose prostitution on the grounds that it is rarely, if ever, truly voluntary. Prostitutes are coerced to sell their bodies for sex by “poverty, drug addiction, or the threat of violence.” As such, prostitutes no longer have the freedom of choice like the others. In the market, poor women therefore suffered an inequality as their consent was being undermined. The society is no longer fair. This suggested that prostitution is immoral.
Sex Trafficking is a form of modern day slavery that exists throughout the United States and globally. It is one of the biggest lies in society (Farley et., 2014). The Vanderbilt Law Review indicates that the majority of prostitutes do not enter the prostitution lifestyle on their own free will choice, but instead becomes a prostitute due to a variety of vulnerabilities that both pimps and traffickers exploit. This explains why young women get blindsided and think they are becoming a prostitute when in reality they are a sex trafficking victim (Elrod 2015). When the United States made prostitution illegal, it did not change the mentality of the johns.
Many individuals do not agree with this, and many religions have strict rules regulating sexual relations. As prostitution cannot be universalised, it is unethical. Thus, it should be criminalised. IV. Decriminalisation (Arguments For) Decriminalisation is where there has been a repeal of all laws against prostitution, or the removal of provisions that criminalised all aspects of prostitution.
This can be seen when Daphnis and Chloe originally begin attempts to have sex, they are too innocent to understand how to do it. This provides opportunity for an older, more experienced woman to teach Daphnis. An interesting scene in itself, this furthers Daphnis’ sexual maturity while again promoting male-female relationships. In other texts women’s sexuality is supposed to be suppressed and almost feared by men. Women who express their sexuality are often seen as sinful or given into evil.
Obviously these teens engaged in premarital sex, most of them tell that it is out of curiosity and peer pressure. Another problem that people engaged in premarital sex may face is Sexually Transmitted Diseases, according the department of health of the Philippines as of March 2016 almost 8000 have STD 97% of it are all men (DOH, 2016). STD mostly occur by having sexual intercourse without protection. It is a kind of problems that people engaged in premarital sex cannot run from. According to Arristipus, Life is basically a search for pleasure, is it really about pleasure why people engage in premarital sex?
Prostitution should not have been an option for a woman to sell herself to a man just because she needs the money for whatever reasons. Although prostitutes sell their bodies for sex, it does not mean they are always willing. My friend, who has a prostitute friend, told me that some prostitutes, including her friend, have to put their minds somewhere else to think they’re not having sex. Legalizing prostitution will only lead to more women or even young individuals, who are less fortunate, to indulge in prostitution, most especially when they will know that they can already use prostitution to earn money. Prostitution is one of the many ways to earn money; prostitution once not legal is always illegal.
This leads to tourists from first world countries wanting to experience something different and often looking for tourist attraction that are very different to anything they can get back home. There is a huge demand for sex, but in most countries things like prostitution is illegal, therefore these tourists want to visit destinations where it is legal. Places such as Thailand, Amsterdam, and Dominican Republic. This is known as sex tourism. Sex tourism promotes sex work, because women know that they can go to these cities and find work as a