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Presentation of prostitution


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Presentation of prostitution

  1. 1. DEFINITION OF PROSTITUTION "Prostitute" is derived from the Latin prostituta. Some sources cite the verb as a composition of "pro" meaning "up front" or "forward" and "situere", defined as "to offer up for sale". Another explanation is that "prostituta" is a composition of pro and statuere . A literal translation therefore is: "to put up front for sale" or "to place forward". The people are called prostitute because they practice sex with other people for money.
  2. 2. TYPES OF PROSTITUTION • Street. • Brothels. • Escorts. • Sex tourism. • Virtual sex. • Gigolo.
  3. 3. Street : In street prostitution, the prostitute solicits customers while waiting at street corners, sometimes called "the track" by pimps and prostitutes alike. They usually dress in skimpy, provocative clothing, regardless of the weather. Brothels: Brothels are establishments specifically dedicated to prostitution, often confined to special red-light districts in big cities. Other names for brothels include bordello, whorehouse, cathouse, knocking shop, and general houses. Scorts: In escort prostitution, the act takes place at the customer's residence or hotel room (referred to as out-call), or at the escort's residence or in a hotel room rented for the occasion by the escort (called in-call).
  4. 4. Sex tourism: Sex tourism is travel for sexual intercourse with prostitutes or to engage in other sexual activity. Virtual sex: Virtual sex, that is, sexual acts conveyed by messages rather than physically, is also the subject of commercial transactions. Gigolo: A man who has a continuing sexual relationship with and receives financial support from a woman. A man who is hired as an escort or a dancing partner for a woman.
  5. 5. USE OF CHILDREN FOR PROSTITUTION Regarding the prostitution of children the laws on prostitution as well as those on sex with a child apply. If prostitution in general is legal there is usually a minimum age requirement for legal prostitution that is higher than the general age of consent. Although some countries do not single out patronage of child prostitution as a separate crime, the same act is punishable as sex with an underage person.
  6. 6. CAUSES Prostitution is given for some causes such as: • Lack of financial resources. • Lack of moral values ​​instilled. • Low educational level. • Family disintegration. • Feelings of abandonment and inferiority. • Inability to establish satisfying and heterosexual relationships. • Mental deficiency.
  7. 7. CONSEQUENCES The consequences of prostitution are: • Venereal diseases such as AIDS, vaginal herpes, gonorrhea, etc.. • Lead to drug and alcohol addictions. • Precipitates mental weakness. • Social rejection. • Violation of the law. • Unwanted pregnancies. • Broken families.
  8. 8. CONCLUSION 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 is called a prostitute and is a kind of sex worker, and the person who receives such services is known by a multitude of terms. To create and maintain this world requires the existence of a claim, it is imperative that our social members want to pay and seek it. In contrast to phenomena like drugs, it is society itself that nourishes creating the problem with demand to which "grab" those who, as mentioned above, due to be embedded within networks of social marginality (itself not treated properly by the government) see as the only way the prostitution. That is, as a society, we are doubly responsible and that create the demand side and on the other, as not properly solve our social problems push them to take advantage of it.