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Let us change the perspective: pimping could indeed be considered the oldest profession in the world. In any case, just because something has existed for a long time does not mean that it should or cannot be changed. Look at death penalty or slavery for example. Do you know any other job where people face a mortality rate 10 to 40 times above the average? If this is a job like any other, how come so few women from Western Europe take the opportunity?
How come the overwhelming majority are migrant women? For the sake of gender equality, should we campaign to promote this job for men? In times of economic crisis, with high unemployment, with thriving racist attitudes, it would be very easy to say that prostitution is a solution for women in general, and for migrant women in particular. It would even help to reduce unemployment rates! Real issues for migrant women are about: labour market access, qualification recognition and family reunification rights.
Economic independence should not come at the cost of harm and abuse. Choice is always related to a context. Extensive research indicates that poverty, family loss, homelessness, drug addiction and a history of physical and sexual abuse combine to make young women vulnerable to entering prostitution.
Moreover, the majority of women who enter prostitution first do so very young. Would you want your daughter or sister to choose prostitution? She could start tomorrow. To whom? According to Interpol in Europe, a pimp earns euros per year and per woman in prostitution. If prostitution were such a good job, how come the majority of women in prostitution do not own a car, an apartment or save money for the future?
The idea that prostitution brings a lot of money is a myth. Human beings are priceless. Let us be more precise: whose sexual freedom are we talking about? Everyone agrees that sexual freedom consists of enjoying sexual health and rights, based on equality and free from any discrimination, coercion or violence definition of the World Health Organisation.