After analysing the paradigm of morally addressing sex workers, it is viable to examine the practical spectrum of things in India. Initially known as Lal Bazaar, it got its name from the Kamathis workers of other areas of the country, who were labourers on construction sites.
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It is still possible to argue for or against such an agency as a "just use of agency," but it can never be denied to any person. To arrive at the top five similar articles we use a word-weighted algorithm to compare words from the Title and Abstract of each citation. Chennai, India. He supports the idea that the government should reject the notion that prostitution is evil, and explore instead ways to regulate it, "guided by the principle of harm reduction".
Feminist debates surrounding prostitution as a concept encapsulate themes of agency 1 and victimization, as well as the notion that a patriarchal system 2 is to blame for its prevalence. Table 3. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Kamathipura.
Violence against women has emerged as a pervasive social problem and a public-health issue. At the early stages, people accumulated in the new slums partly depended on constructions contracts. Nitasha, Natul. Indian Economic and Social History Review. Public Health Rep 4: Sexual behavior among men who have sex with women, men, and Hijras in Mumbai, India--multiple sexual risks.
Often judgments when handing over the "custody" of an adult sex worker to a parent or family member are based on moral judgments. The number of the statements may be higher than the number of citations provided by EuropePMC if one paper cites another multiple times or lower if scite has not yet processed some of the citing articles.
Later, as men became unemployed due to lack of jobs, more women turned up selling themselves in the red-streets for livelihood. Feminist debates surrounding prostitution as a concept encapsulate themes of agency 1 and victimization, as well as the notion that a patriarchal system 2 is to blame for its prevalence.
Subversive sites: feminist engagements with law in India. Thus, we would like to suggest not only the decriminalization of the supply, but the penalization of the demand in the starting process.