Prostitution Is Legal For Human Trafficking

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“Are you serious? Girls are not just objects, they are human beings just like everyone else.” That disgusts me, are the thoughts I was having when I saw that Thailand has a total of around three million sex workers in their country, and the number is increasing. Prostitution is legal but human trafficking is not. How can we make prostitution legal and then not expect is to lead to more human trafficking around the world. Prostitution is the practice or occupation of engaging in sexual activity with someone for payment. Usually when you think about prostitution you think about out of the United States. But, now in the United States 1 out of 50 states have prostitution legal. Nevada is the only state where prostitution is legal. But it is still going on in other states in the United States. Prostitution was taken place, usually when a female needs money to support herself or maybe even her family. But, now parents are starting their kids to be prostitutes at the age of THIRTEEN! In Thailand, there are around three million people there are sex workers and around one third are MINORS. Luckily, it is way harder to have minors in the United States then it would be to have minors out of the country. Being a minor means that you are under the age of 18. “This is called prostitution of children or child prostitution meaning prostitution involving a child. It is a form of commercial sexual exploitation of children. The term normally refers to prostitution of a minor, or person under
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