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    ------------------------------------------------- Prostitution in the Philippines From Wikipedia‚ the free encyclopedia Prostitution in the Philippines is illegal. It is a serious crime with penalties ranging up to life imprisonment for those involved intrafficking. It is covered by the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act.[1] Prostitution is sometimes illegally available through brothels (also known as casa)‚ bars‚ karaoke bars (also known as KTVs)‚ massage parlors‚ street walkers and escort services

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    one night‚ I was a Prostitute I knew my standpoint about prostitution from the very beginning and spent weeks trying to find the best arguments to support my view‚ however no matter how much facts I read‚ I felt that there was something critical missing. I wanted more than facts; I wanted to be able to understand how it is to be in the shoes of a street worker‚ because in reality‚ most of us arguing for or against legalization of prostitution cannot relate to the every day life of one. So I decided

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    150‚000 Filipina women have been trafficked into prostitution in Japan. (Press Statement‚ Bangladesh National Women Lawyers Association‚ “Open sale of little girls at Tanbaza brothel‚” Daily Star‚ 2 July 1998) 150 Filipinas were sold into prostitution to night club operators in African countries‚ particularly Nigeria. The women were bought for $5‚000 each by international syndicates. Four Filipinas were rescued by the Philippine Embassy in Lagos‚ Nigeria after they sought help from officials.

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    Prostitution in the Philippines - A time for change Introduction A Jesuit priest was asked to write the foreword of a book that deals with prostitution and human trafficking in the Philippines. He wrote the following: A foreigner came to our country. Then‚ as so many foreigners cheerfully do‚ he published his first deep impressions. The last sentence of his article was sad. He said: “The tragedy of the Philippines is this: in one of the world’s loveliest countries‚ some of the world’s

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    STATEMENT OF PROBLEMS 1.) What is prostitution? 2.) What is the history of prostitution and countries who are engaged in prostitution? 3.) What are the types of prostitution? (street‚ brothels‚ escort‚ sex tourism and virtual sex) 4.) Which are affected by prostitution? 5.) How to stop prostitution? Body Prostitution is the business or practice of providing sexual services to another person in return for payment. The person who receives payment for sexual services

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    Prostitution in the Philippines is illegal. It is a serious crime with penalties ranging up to life imprisonment for those involved in trafficking.[1] It is covered by the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act.[2] Prostitution is sometimes illegally available through brothels (also known as casa)‚ bars‚ karaoke bars (also known as KTVs)‚ massage parlors‚ street walkers and escort services. There are an estimated 800‚000 women working as prostitutes in the Philippines‚ with some of them believed to be

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    Introduction Prostitution might be illegal in India‚ but the business of life goes on. Calling it illegal is superfluous formality. Recognizing it as a profession will atleast reduce the real illegalities that come with it‚ like child prostitution‚ drug abuse and crime. In many jurisdictions prostitution is illegal. In other places prostitution itself (exchanging sex for money) is legal‚ but surrounding activities (such as soliciting in a public place‚ operating a brothel‚ and pimping) are illegal

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    Introduction Prostitution is said to be one of the oldest profession in the world. It is the giving or receiving of the body for sexual activity for hire but excludes sexual activity between spouses. It is the performance for hire where there is an exchange of value‚ any of the following acts: Sexual intercourse; sodomy‚ or; manual or other bodily contact stimulation of the genitals of any person with the intent to arouse or gratify the sexual desires of the offender or another. Background of the

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    -BACP/4231/13 ST. PAULS UNIVERSITY. ACADEMIC WRITING ASSIGNMENT-OUTLINE Topic: PROSTITUTION Definition: This can be defined as the practice of engaging in sexual activity‚ usually with individuals who are not spouses or friends‚ in exchange for immediate payment in money or other valuables. They can be of either sex and may engage in heterosexual or homosexual activity. Types of prostitution 1. Street prostitution – where clients are solicited from the streets‚ parks or other public places

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    Prostitution is the act or practice of engaging in sexual activities in the exchange of money (Dictionary.com). Prostitution is believed by many to be the world?s oldest profession with its roots tracing back to ancient times (Otchet). It is a common belief that prostitutes are only women‚ but the truth is that prostitutes are predominantly of the female gender. In today?s modern society prostitutes are frowned upon by society because they see it as being on the same category as drug addiction and

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    Prostitution: the act of providing sexual services in exchange for money; has existed in society longer than many realize. Commonly referred to as the worlds oldest profession‚ prostitution dates back to biblical times. The issue at hand is not whether the act of prostitution is immoral; but rather‚ is prostitution a crime? Is it a crime when two consenting adults have sex? Why should the fact that money has been exchanged in return for sexual services make the act a crime? The attempt to suppress

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    Question 6: Prostitution Most feminists believe that prostitution exploits and objectifies women. Simultaneously‚ both Simone de Beauvoir and Andrea Dworkin felt that the institution of marriage was also a form of prostitution. They both agreed that both marriage and prostitution are extremely oppressive and dangerous for women. In Simon de Beauvoir’s Prostitutes and Hetairas‚ she said‚ "The only difference between prostitution and those who sell themselves into marriage‚ is in the price and

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    Prostitution Tina M.Chatmon Ins. Fionnuala Regan May 20‚ 2013 Prostitution I am sure we have all heard the old cliché “Prostitution is the world’s oldest profession” correct” Well‚ contrary to that old fallacy‚ prostitution is almost certainly not the world ’s oldest profession‚ but it has been present in nearly every civilization and throughout all recorded human history. I can say with some confidence that wherever there has been money‚ goods‚ or services to be bartered‚ somebody has

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    Prostitution in Nigeria Prostitution is most common in impoverished nations‚ where it serves only as another means for survival. As a third world country in West Africa‚ Nigeria serves as a good example of a country where a bad economy and a society thriving to succeed influence the rise of prostitution. Prostitution in Nigeria is majorly existent on university campuses‚ where girls are fully developed in biologically. Such high rates of prostitution at this level of education

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    Prostitution I. Introduction II. Content A. About prostitution Prostitution is a) Sexual harassment b) rape c) battering 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

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    What are the different types of prostitution? General Reference (not clearly pro or con) Hilary L. Surratt‚ PhD‚ Associate Scientist for the Center for Drug and Alcohol Studies at the University of Delaware‚ et. al.‚ in the July 2005 Journal of Psychology & Human Sexuality study titled "The Connections of Mental Health Problems‚ Violent Life Experiences‚ and the Social Milieu of the ’Stroll’ with the HIV Risk Behaviors of Female Street Sex Workers‚" wrote: "...[I]n contrast to popular thinking

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    Outline 1: Prostitution‚ Crack‚ Pot‚ Alcohol‚ Homosexuality‚ and Polygamy I. Sexual Deviance A. Tolerated Sexual Variation 1. Prostitution – engaging in sexual relations for money or other considerations a. Forms of Prostitution 1. Streetwalkers – approach cars in our nation’s cities (both men and women); lowest rung; more likely to be assaulted or killed; more likely to have pimps 2. Bar girls – women who pick up men at bars 3. Brothels – massage parlors offering sexual services 4. Call girls/Escorts

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    RESEARCH PAPER Prostitution in Canada Table of Contents Introduction 3 History of prostitution in Canada 3 Definition of prostitution 4 * What is prostitution? 4 * Causes of women entering prostitution 4 * Troubled childhood 5 * Homelessness‚ poverty‚ employment and drugs 5 * Friends 6 * The most dangerous places 6 Consequences of prostitution 7 * Health and Safety Risks 7

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    Causes of Prostitution Social issues have been present since the early days of Adam and Eve. They have never stopped multiplying and are facing actually an exponential worsening. Solving them all at once would be surely the hardest goal to achieve; however‚ facing each issue separately would be the best solution. Social issues have become countless‚ complex‚ and are featuring actually over a million topics; most of them being kept taboo. One of the most talked about taboo these days is actually the

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    Prostitution in Japan In Japan‚ there are several applicable laws for crimes related to prostitution‚ such as the Anti-Prostitution Law‚ the Penal Code and the Child Welfare Law. These penal provisions have been appropriately enforced. Prostitution was officially sanctioned by the Japanese government during the Tokugawa regime. Families which were poor sent their daughters to big cities to find work at brothels and other niches in the sex industry‚ having them enter into “slavish bondage” with

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