Even when there is prostitution portrayed, it's a very passionate and steamy sex scene that is enjoyed by the audience. But in real life situations prostitution is demeaning to all women. When someone thinks about prostitutes, it is not considered that the issue involves both sex’s. In reality is it immediately the thought of women selling their bodies, even though male prostitution does exist; and is something that happens quite frequently. From other point of views, this profession deprives women of their rights as human beings.
IDENTIFY AND RESEARCH A TOURISM ATTRACTION Introduction Tourism has experienced continued growth and extensive diversification and competition on the last decades, becoming one of the fastest growing economic sectors in the world and by consequence, one of the main income sources for many developing countries. “Every time we travel we are part of a global movement that has the power to drive inclusive development, to create jobs and to build the sustainable societies we want for our future,” says the actual UNWTO¹ Secretary General, Taleb Rifai. “This movement also contributes to build mutual understanding and to safeguard our shared natural and cultural heritage,” he completes. A sustainable and responsible approach to tourism means that neither the natural environment nor the socio-cultural organisation of the host communities would be compromised by the arrival of tourists.
While there are some that make the career choice willingly, many of them have been found to be victims of human trafficking. This becomes an ethical conflict as the justice systems end up prosecuting and punishing the very people they were meant to protect. Should the girl even managed to overcome the trauma of being a sex slave and survive the justice system, they now have a criminal record for sex work related offenses when they try to reintegrate back into society. They are often prevented from getting decent jobs and other prospects of rebuilding their lives after. Therefore, even if they are able to escape from the horrors of the sex trade, a record of their “criminal” activity victimizes them for the rest of their lives (Flora and Keohane,
Envy for prostitutes by brothel visitors could turn out ugly and this resulted to violence in the brothels. Merchant-official corruption, use of gangs to protect the trade, and greedy traders lead to increase in violence, smuggling, and bloodshed to get the product.
Women and children are often more susceptible to being recruited due to the high demand in the sex trade. More commonly, children recruited are often abducted, bought or taken away from parents to pay off debts. On the other hand, there are 2 types of adults being recruited as
Sex work indicate that individual take their decisions to employ in sexual businesses and trafficking for sexual exploitation take place when a person is forces to have sex against their will. There are arguments that rise over whether decriminalising sex work increases human trafficking or not. In most countries sex work is still regarded as a criminal offense like in South Africa. The argument that rises for the decriminalisation of sex work is that in countries where sex work is decriminalized they experience the number of reported occurrence of human trafficking. This incident shows the impact of decriminalized sex work increases the maximum growth of illegal industries in the world.
Growing prostitution and especially the influx of demand after the arrival of troops hinders the rebuilding process of the whole society, as more women and children are “recruited” to the business by the allurement of richer customers. The official UN peacekeeping goals are thus trampled in the reality of the growing demand and supply in prostitution, which is only enforcing the already existing gender roles and pushing women and adolescents in the same circle of sex work as before. The SEA cases by the hands of the peacekeeping personnel can be thus seen as extremely detrimental to the whole operation. When the persons bringing promises and hopes of a better future and equal opportunities are exploitating the same inequalities that they are supposed to be weeding
Prostitution will only flourish if there is a huge demand of men wanting it. People who advocate for the legalisation of prostitution are not the actual prostitutes themselves but the pimps who profit from this. Once prostitution becomes a legitimate business then pimps can disguise unlawful sex acts as legal and women will continue to face stigma and abuse. By legalizing prostitution, there would be a growth in demand which will promote sex trafficking, which is rising. Where prostitution is legal, the sex industry tends to be bigger which will need an increase of female prostitutes, this attracts traffickers who can exploit women for economic gain.
However, “fostering the separation of sexuality from procreation, capitalism has created conditions that allow some men and women to organize a personal life around their erotic/emotional attraction to their own sex;” much like with other advancements in society, when one isn’t constantly thinking of survival, it is usually then that critical thinking begins (D’Emilio 1993, 470). Capitalism gave homosexual relationships the ability to be a possibility, but this behavior is often shunned by the rest of society. Capitalism and the intersectionality of homosexual relationships, simply focusing on the relationship between two women, is significantly more difficult for them to survive in a patriarchal society due to a lack of sustainable jobs offered to women (D’Emilio 1993; Seidman 2015,
The cruise industry has been experiencing an important expansion in past 20 years. Cruises tourism are popular in the United States and in 2007, 10 million Americans took a cruise vacation representing 76 % of the total cruise passengers of the World and is expected 51 million of them cruising in the next there years (CLIA, 2008). Nowadays, there are about 300 liners sailing the world 's seas, with further 35 ships scheduled to join the global fleet over the next four years representing investments over U$D 20 billion. The cruise tourism is one of the popular tourism activities and uses natural environment as a key product.
Poverty is an important factor, which has increased women and children 's vulnerability to human traffickers particularly the poor and unemployed due to their willingness to join or their low level of awareness of the dangers associated with human trafficking (Central). Those affected by poverty can lead to parents selling their children to earn money in order to get by in life. The low level of education, family debt, agriculture failure, lack of land and off-season work were causing people to move to the city or a different country where the men went into construction, and women into services and prostitution. Being well educated about the subject would help prevent some outcomes. For example, just knowing the federal law and what it sates against sex trafficking could help people more understand the severity.