Prostitution in African areas, americas edit, main article: Prostitution in the Americas Legal status of prostitution in North America Legal status of prostitution in Central America and the Caribbean Legal status of prostitution in South America Legality of prostitution in the Americas varies by country.
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Retrieved 30 December 2017.Valeria Nyirahabineza ordered prostitutes in Rwanda to stop selling sex otherwise they would face legal action.4 5, prostitution is sometimes described as sexual services, commercial sex or, colloquially, hooking.Jeune Afrique (in French).Both of the last two measures can be viewed as harm reduction policies.40 Overseas autonomous communities edit Canary Islands edit In 2006, 42 site de rencontre sexe entre femmes pour tester people were arrested following the discover of a prostitution ring operating out of nightclubs in Las Palmas and Telde.In the 1960s it was women from Haiti, Dominican women followed in the 1970s.El País Sept trouve un plan cul 26, 2005 "Sex trade growing in Spain amid ambiguous prostitution laws.Borelli, Siegfried; Starck, Willy."Hooker heroes: Painted ladies".Women usually alternated their career of prostitution with "petty retailing, and victualing or only occasionally turning to prostitution in times of great financial need.Chicago: University of Chicago Press.Those seeking to remove the social stigma associated with prostitution often promote terminology such as sex worker, commercial sex worker (CSW) or sex trade worker.108 Some adults travel to other countries to have access to sex with children, which is unavailable in their home country.37 Other examples are Murillo 's Four Figures on a Step and Picasso 's Les Demoiselles d'Avignon (illustrated).If a person subsequently commits prostitution as provided under Paragraph 2 of this Article shall be liable to a term of imprisonment of six (6) months to two (2) years and a fine of fifty thousand (50,000) to five hundred thousand (500,000) Rwandan francs.
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