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commercial sex

Engaging in sexual practices to earn money or other economic benefits.
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While much of the impetus for condom use with commercial sex workers begins with those in the industry, many migrants reported that they themselves decided to use condoms with commercial sex workers.
Low prevalence, 0.6 percent among sex workers but rising rapidly and existence of numerous risk factors; high STI levels; low condom use among commercial sex workers; large commercial sex industry; and substantial risk behavior among various population groups such as sailors, truckers, and sex workers.
In China, HIV prevalence was as high as 82% among injection drug users and 6% in commercial sex workers during 1998-1999.
She characterizes her own side in the sex wars as made up of "those who embraced recreational (including commercial) sex as a potentially liberating terrain for women...[and who] understood [prostitutes] to be sexual renegades and exploited workers." Chapkis never abandons her awareness of sex workers as exploited labor, but she apparently finds no contradiction between this condition and that of sexual renegade, just as she acknowledges no contradiction worth mentioning between recreational and commercial sex.
Earlier in the century commercial sex had been geographically and culturally marginalized.
According to Ms Achieng', more than 100 commercial sex workers were maltreated in police cells over the weekend.
During the sentencing Wednesday, Judge John Ng said it was a case in which a person was prosecuted for trying to obtain commercial sex with a person under the age of 18.
COMMERCIAL SEX INVOLVEMENT: KEY TERMS, IDEOLOGIES, AND
The online 'shopping' convenience of sites like Backpage resulted in massive increases in demand for commercial sex. This meant that the supply of victims being prostituted has been increased to meet that demand, and this growth aligns to the increase in trafficking victims that we see in sex trafficking statistics across the country.
He said eunuchs should also be screened who are involved in commercial sex. He said it should also be made mandatory that blood will be completely screened not only for Hepatitis but also for HIV in Sindh before transfusion for which an Act is needed and all private and public sector hospitals must be forced to use fully screened blood only and violators should be taken to task.
The report described human trafficking as"an economically-motivated crime where traffickers compel people to work or to engage in commercial sex acts."
Schroeder, the state's first criminal intelligence analyst to focus on the online commercial sex marketplace, proactively searches internet ads for victims and traffickers.

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