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Prostituion said to be an oldest profession it starts the earliest known human societies emerged in the fertile crescent of
Mesopotamia, the sex trade evolved alongside temples, customs, markets and laws.By the term of prostitution is defined as providing sexual services in exchange for
money or other material goods, now adays many prostitute experienced violence globally, sex workers have a 45 to 75% chance of experiencing sexual violence at some
point in their careers and a 32 to 55% chance of experiencing sexual violence in a given year if prostituion would be legal theres a chance on it that it will
increase.In this paper we will be focusing about why should prostitution should be eligalized,like what well prostitution get when
they are doing there work, It can cause Human Trafficking and

Jobs nowadays are hard to find especially when you are not graduate or you even don’t step at school, some women are just forced to do their jobs
like prostitution either you like it or not just to survive and even support your studies because you don’t have enought money to support your
self. some of the prostitute said that they enjoy there jobs and they help people in terms of sex problems and some are experiencing abuse that they
get from there client they cannot call the cops because they might be affraid of getting arrest especially when prostituion is not legal from their country or state
though they get big money they also experience just like what I say, Also for their health concerns they even get a sexual diseases like HIV and AIDS that are common
transmitted deases.

there are many types of trafficking by it’s purpose trafficked like Men are often trafficked into hard labor jobs, while children are trafficked into
labor positions in textile, agriculture and fishing industries. Women and girls are typically trafficked into the commercial sex industry, i.e. prostitution
or other forms of sexual exploitation this is common in the Philippines because of the poverty and also a lack of jobs in the Philippines.Traffickers often prey on
individuals who are poor, frequently unemployed or underemployed, and who may lack access to social safety nets, predominantly women and children in certain countries

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