a) Sexual harassment
d) verbal abuse
e) domestic violence
f) a racist practice
g) a violation of human rights
h) childhood sexual abuse
i) a consequence of male domination of women
j) a means of maintaining male domination of women
Prostitution is the granting of sexual access on a relatively indiscriminate basis for payment either in money or in goods, depending on the complexity of the local economic system. Payment is acknowledged to be for a specific sexual performance. Prostitution is a service that may be performed by either males or females and for either males or females, although in practice in nearly all societies acts of prostitution are commonly performed by females for males or by males for males. B.
Information About Prostitution
The commercial sex industry includes street prostitution, massage brothels, escort services, outcall services, strip clubs, lapdancing, phone sex, adult and child pornography, video and internet pornography, and prostitution tourism. Most women who are in prostitution for longer than a few months drift among these various permutations of the commercial sex industry.
Kinds of Prostitution
Direct Forms of Prostitution
Type of Prostitution
Street: Clients solicited on the street, park or other public places. Serviced in side streets, vehicles, or short stay premises
Widespread, particularly if alternative work sites are unavailable (United States, Europe, United Kingdom, Australasia) and/or there is socioeconomic breakdown (eastern Europe, parts of Africa, south and South East Asia, and Latin America) 2.
Brothel: Premises explicitly dedicated to providing sex. Better security than street. Often licensed by authorities
Preferred where sex work is decriminalised or brothels are 'tolerated.' (Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia, India, Europe, Latin...
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