About 250 prostitutes are having unprotected sex and are spreading it. The women that are affected with it cannot receive the help they need. Diseases and problems like this is the biggest problem and why it should not be legalized. (would) Immigration is also a big reason. Immigrants are abducted and taken to American to be old every day.
A. Hillary Clinton critics on the human rights abuse under One Child Policy. China’s one-child policy, initiated to limit China’s rapid population growth, has resulted in the fundamental human rights abuses. Due to the cultural stigma of having female children, the strict policy has led to millions of female infants being aborted, abandoned, or killed. As China struggles with population control, families are faced with the necessity of bearing male children, who perceived as being more valuable to the family and who are often charged with the care of their elderly parents. Consequently, the elimination of female infants has created a skewed sex ratio in China’s population, the social, economic, and physical impact of which are yet to be fully
Unwanted pregnancies can be very stressful on a woman. Whether or not women have the right to an abortion is a very controversial subject. Millions of American women have aborted a child and the pain, loss and emotional need to justify what was done, both on the part of the mother and on the part of her loved ones is strong and deep. Some believe that having an abortion is seriously wrong because killing a fetus is the same as killing a person, whereas others believe that women have the right to make choices about their own bodies. Women should be able to have an abortion if they are too young or unable to take care of a baby and also if the pregnancy negatively affects the women or her babies health.
Based on the research done by the U.S. State Department, 600,000 to 800,000 people are traded illegally across intercontinentally every year. It happens on a daily basis, sometimes many don’t even know that they are a victim of trafficking. Considering many people are not aware of the harm caused, they would ask “Why is Human Trafficking a problem?” Human trafficking is a modern-day form of slavery involving the illegal
Society views men and women differently in many ways. Men are usually recognized as the leaders and dominant ones. But, women are viewed worthless in business and only great at housework. In the book We Should All Be Feminists, by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, she argues how there is a problem with gender and a feminist is a man or woman who will take action to change that problem. Adichie argues that women’s rights are human rights and both genders should approach change together.
Although human trafficking is often a hidden crime and accurate stats are difficult to obtain, researchers estimate that more than 80 percent of trafficking victims are females and over 50 percent of human trafficking victims are children. Human trafficking is the only area of transnational crime in which women are significantly represented as victims, as perpetrators, and as activists fighting this crime. Sever natural disaster has left millions homeless and impoverished, which have created desperate people easily exploited by human traffickers. After sex, the most common form of human trafficking is forced labor. Researchers argue that as the economic crisis deepens, the number of people trafficked for forced labor will increase.
As per the report of TIP from U.S department “domestic trafficking is the most signi9ficant problem in china.” and around twenty thousand victims are trafficked internally per year. China is designated as a source, destination, and transit country for children and women trafficked for the purpose of sexual exploitation and forced labour. Mostly trafficking occurs in the borders of china. Women from china has been trafficked out to many countries such as Africa, Asia, Latin America, Europe, and north America. Some of the Chinese women are trafficked to aboard with false promises of legitimate and work only for sexual exploitation and forced into prostitution.
(Dugger, 2001)6 This inequality may be connected to the practice of killing female babies or aborting female fetuses. The scarcity of women has resulted in a gender imbalance and an increment in human trafficking and prostitution in China. (Skalla,
Firstly, prostitution leads to sex and human trafficking. According to Women at Risk International, 800,000 people are illegally trafficked annually, up to 300,000 children alone within the United States borders. Half of the victims will be forced into prostitution and once they entered it, it will be hard for them to get out of the profession as they are bounded to the agreement. If the prostitution be legalized, there will be more demand of sex and the pimp will always have to find more and new victims so that they can get more earnings from the prostitutes. The number of victims of human trafficking will increase as people are
These include the perception that girls are economic burden on their families, and hence the ‘burden’ is passed on to their future husbands. The idea of impurity is also attached to the sexuality of women; hence, to restrict any ‘improper’ sexual activities, young girls and boys are married at an early age. Dowry which is a menace, also adds to the major reasons that force poor families to do injustice with their daughters. This maybe because as girls grow older dowry issues also increase; hence, to avoid higher dowries parents marry their daughters earlier. For girls, educational opportunities are also limited or restricted; therefore, they become more vulnerable to many cruelties and forced marriages.