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Prostitution is the practice, business, or occupation of engaging in sexual activity with someone in exchange for payment. There are an estimated 42 million prostitutes around the world. Prostitution occurs in a variety of forms and its legality varies from country to country. Its legality reflects different opinions on exploitation, gender roles, ethics and morality, freedom of choice, and social norms. There are different types of legality when it comes to prostitution.
Prohibitionism means that prostitution is illegal. Neo-abolitionism considers prostitution to be violence against women, and so the clients and pimps are prosecuted, not the prostitute. Abolitionism considers prostitution to be legal; however, public solicitation, operating brothels, and pimping are prohibited. The legalization of prostitution allows prostitution and employment of prostitutes to be legal but is regulated. Decriminalization of prostitution treats prostitution like any other labor and is subject to minimal or no special regulations.
Some countries have different local laws regarding prostitution. Prostitution is seen as a major issue for religious groups and causes controversy within feminist activism.
Some feminists believe that prostitution harms women and reinforces stereotypical views about women as sex objects. Other feminists believe that prostitution is a valid choice for women who wish to engage in it. Prostitution in Canada is legal with strict regulations.
Sex work cannot be operated on a premises such as a brothel , and cannot be solicited in public. However, working as independent sex workers and soliciting services in private is legal. In Thailand , prostitution is illegal, however, laws are ambiguous and unenforced. Sex work in Thailand is a big economic incentive for rural, unskilled women who have financial obligations such as dependents or debts. In Germany , prostitution is legal and taxed.