Though legalizing has decreased some problems with prostitution, exploitation still exists. Many prostitutes are immigrated sex slaves, tricked into servitude and given bad conditions. Some are trapped in their brothels without being allowed to return home.

Drugs are often given to prostitutes to enhance performance. The increase of prostitutes has driven down prices, making competition more difficult.

The majority of prostitutes are women, and the industry is designed to service men.

Many argue that regardless of the benefits, prostitution is nothing more than female exploitation.

Many women come from Eastern Europe for pay increases. Prostitutes are often confined to their work rooms as their living quarters, and are refused services such as using the phone.

Consumer Sex Culture

ger/101/2013/fall/trafficking.txt · Last modified: 2013/11/10 18:21 by mlholstonbrown
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