Social Response To Prostitution In Canada

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INTRODUCTION Prostitution, the selling of sexual services, is yet another controversial sexual behavior. Many people, and especially those with conservative, religious views, believe prostitution is immoral because it involves sex for money, and they consider prostitution a sign of society’s moral decay. Many feminists believe that prostitution is degrading to women and provides a context in which prostitutes are robbed, beaten, and/or raped. These two groups of people might agree on little else, but they both hold strong negative views about prostitution. Regardless of their other beliefs, many people also worry that prostitution spreads STDs.…show more content…
Their research team used participatory action research methods to develop research methodologies, gather information, and translate their findings into positive social change. Research on Prostitution in Canada describes the main trends and issues in contemporary research on prostitution, prostitution law and social service policy in Canada with an eye to identifying immediate research priorities. The review describes research on male, female and transgendered prostitution and the legal and social response to it. Overview of research Problem the undertaken study portrays the historical background as to how the concept of prostitution came into being, the present scenario along with stating the reasons as to why women enter the field of prostitution in the first place, reasons as to why they are unable to leave, difficulties and hardships faced by them and the pros and cons associated with legalisation or decriminalisation of prostitution. Present…show more content…
It might look OK now, the girl in law school might say she only has high-end clients that come to her through an agency, that she doesn't work on the streets but arranges to meet people in hotel rooms, but the first time that someone hurts her, that's when she really sees her situation for what it is. You always get that crazy guy slipping through and he has three or four guys behind him, and they force their way into your room and gang rape you, and take your phone and all your money. And suddenly you have no means to make a living and you're beaten up too. That is the reality of prostitution. Women who have been tortured, manipulated and brainwashed should be treated as survivors, not

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