Many people view the trade of sex as an idustry that will always exist, whether it is legal or not. And while there may be examples of the commodification of people’s bodies throughout history, that doesn’t mean that this isn’t an issue that still needs our attention and reform.
Despite the glamorization of the industry and a wave of acceptance regarding the empowerment of women who choose to sell sex, it remains that, statistically, sex workers are a vulnerable group who are at risk of harm. For example, on the streets of America, sex workers are 60-120 times more likely to be murdered than other women. (The Spectator)
There are many reasons men choose to enter into the $5.7 billion sex industry as johns but one of the main ones is that the stigma surrounding men paying for sex is far lower than it is for women in the trade. For example, women who disclose that they work in the sex trade have unmet healthcare needs at a rate three times higher than the general public. (Sexuality Research and Social Policy)
It is estimated that there are approximately 42 million people around the world who sell sex for a variety of different reasons. Studies have consistently highlighted the risks associated with the sale of sex for money. Furthermore, evidence suggests that is often correlated with the sexual exploitation of vulnerable women and indicative of the wider inequalities that are a product of our patriarchal society. (European Parliament)
Question: Why do you think so many men pay for sex?
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