D and above bust C bust B A flat e Ethical questions i Escort services is

D and above bust c bust b a flat e ethical questions

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D and above bust > C bust > B > A > flat e.Ethical questions i.Escort services is profited through sex BUT some companies like Rentboy allowed prostitutes to move their trade from the streets to the safety of the internet and work independently of pimps 1.Large donations to fight against AIDS and HIV f.Gigolos i.Social, presentable young men ii.Able to interact socially with their clients in addition to providing sex iii.Paid for by women iv.More common in Europe than US 5.Should Prostitution be legal? a.Main arguments i.Morally wrong ii.Contrary to religious belief iii.Spreads of STIs and AIDS undermines marriage
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iv.Legalization likely to increase demand v.Misogynistic and represents men’s desire to degrade and control women 1.Unequal power balance between prostitutes and their Johns 6.Sex Trafficking a.Definition i.Transportation of person from one place to another for the purpose of prostitution ii.Occurs within the US and between countries like VN to China b.Statistics of victims i.20.9 million human trafficking victims worldwide ii.Most prevalent in the Pacific Northwest, where children are often targeted to serve customers in Las Vegas c.Juvenile victims i.Lured into relationships with pimps who make promises (money or freedom) of an exciting life in a new place 1.Lured and transferred to a new location more dependent on their pimp and easier to control a.Makes law enforcement more difficult to track victim d.Transnational sex trafficking i.Transporting people away from own country and moved into a country where there is a demand for prostitution 7.Pornography a.Forms of pornography i.Print ii.Photography iii.Film iv.Written text v.Drawing vi.Painting b.The legal history of porn censorship i.United States vs. One Book Called Ulysses (1933) 1.Book give very frank description of lower middle class every day in Dublin 2.Was banned until 1933 ii.Jacobellis v. Ohio- But I know it when I see it1.states should have "wide, but not federally unrestricted" power to ban obscene films 2.Constitution protected all obscenity except “hard-core pornography” iii.Miller vs. California
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1.No broad 1stAmendment protection for pornography 2.States may restrict pornographic work under certain conditions a.Must find work, taken as whole, appeals to the prurient interests b.Work depicts or describes, in a patently offensive way, sexual conduct or excretory functions c.Work, taken as whole, lacks serious literacy, artistic, political or scientific merit c.Technological advances in porn i.Soft porn 1.No penetrative acts depicted ii.Hard core porn 1.Penetrative sex depicted iii.Different kinds of pornography made possible by the internet 1.Webcamming a.Can pay for these shows by buying tokens on the site b.Sex workers say they enjoy being able to work when and where they want and from the complete safety of their home i.Enjoy the pay ii.Enjoy their clients and feel a sense of community with their regular viewers d.Effects of Pornography i.Porn as public health hazard?
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