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commercial sex

Engaging in sexual practices to earn money or other economic benefits.
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PHOTO | BENSON MOMANYI | NATION MEDIA GROUPLater, the commercial sex workers converged at a deserted bushy area in Nyanchwa's Nubia area where their colleague, identified as Jackline, was killed.
As this compilation demonstrates, researchers in Latin American contexts, in cooperative dialogue with sex worker organizations, have shown there is considerable evidence to suggest that the interaction between domestic and international forces in designing anti-trafficking policies actually produces repressive mechanisms that are aimed at eradicating all kinds of commercial sex.
Genital ulcer disease, sexually transmitted ulcers, HIV, AIDS, sexual behaviour, commercial sex worker, condoms.
Aderinto's book differs from White's in that it moves its focus, chapter by chapter, between child prostitutes, soldiers, adult prostitutes, commercial sex consumers (also known as 'John Bulls') and elite women.
Risky sexual behavior is defined as sexually active school students who have at least one of the following: multiple sexual partners, having more than one sexual partner before the data collection period; sexual initiation before the age 18; inconsistent use of condom (incorrect use of condom or failure to use condom at least once during sexual intercourse); and sexual intercourse with commercial sex workers.
Debates about commercial sex need to move beyond outdated stereotypes that women are sex objects and men are sex predators.
The mode of transmission was commercial sex in 114 (69.
He further reminded couples to be faithful to their partners; and those with multiple partners and in the business of commercial sex, to use protection during sexual intercourse.
By definition all victims of "Human Trafficking" are trafficked into an existing commercial sex market.
The Kyrk-Choro movement activists are famous in Kyrgyzstan because of their raids to the places of entertainment, where, they believe, foreigners are provided with the commercial sex services.
Child trafficking is modern day slavery and involves exploiting a child for the purpose of forced labor and/or commercial sex.
Evidence from the Commercial Sex Market in Singapore"

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