Prostitution

Prostitution should be cleaned off our streets. It first started in the early 1800’s. Prostitution is defined as providing sexual service, for the return of money. (Exchange of money for sexual service). Heterosexual prostitution is the most common. Homosexual, gays and lesbians exists on smaller scales. Prostitution is a hazardous business. People selling themselves are at high risk. The women do this more than men. Both men and women are at risk in getting disease that has no cure. Prostitution all together should be stopped and put an end to.

Prostitution takes place in many different places. Massage parlours, call-girl and call-men (also known as escort services), street prostitution, strip clubs, etc. It was believed that the most population in 1800’s was migrants. These migrants were mostly single men, husbands who left tem who left temporarily left their wives and children at home. Massage parlours were located close to railway stations. Prostitution increased during world war one when hardly and employment during world war one when hardly any employment for women was offered and it decreased during world war two for greater economic opportunities for lower-class women in war related industrials. 50% of the women in Toronto work for themselves. Street prostitution is the most visible form of prostitution
that receives the most attention. Prostitutions needed the money not only to support themselves but to support but to support their families.

Men and women take dangerous risks at night and in warm weather. Any “mental case” could take advantage of them and kill them where no one would be available to help you at the time and place where this could happen.

Women are at higher risks than men. Physical assault, sexual assault, theft, sexually transmitted disease and murder are just few health risks prostitutes take on a daily basis when going out to these places with clients. Their life’s are so controlled by money.