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156 Google Books Gwyn Campbell, Suzanne Miers, Joseph Calder Miller Women and Slavery: échange automatique de renseignements bancaires Africa, the Indian Ocean world, and the medieval north Atlantic, Volume.163 In 2009, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged all countries to remove bans on prostitution and homosexual sex, because "such laws constitute major barriers to reaching key populations with HIV services".CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list ( link )., edited by Keith Bradley.102 An article in Le Monde diplomatique in 1997 stated that 80 of prostitutes in Amsterdam were foreigners and 70 had no immigration papers.'Magdalene Homes' were particularly popular and peaked especially in the early fourteenth century.16 17 The word prostitute was then carried down through various languages to the present-day Western society.Amnesty International publishes policy and research on protection of sex workers rights.Encyclopedia of antislavery and abolition : Greenwood milestones in African American history.56 Google Books a b Prof.
Some similarities have been found between the Greek hetaera, the Japanese oiran, and also the Indian tawaif.
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27 History Main article: History of prostitution Ancient Near East Customer and a prostitute illustrated on an ancient Greek wine cup ; an act of prostitution is indicated by the coin purse above the figures In the Ancient Near East along the TigrisEuphrates river system.
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Although some countries do not single out patronage of child prostitution as a separate crime, the same act is punishable as sex with an underage person."Mortality in a long-term open cohort of prostitute women".The University of Warwick".By the early 16th century the association between prostitutes, plague, and contagion emerged, causing brothels and prostitution to be outlawed by secular authority.36 The first known definition of prostitution was found in Marseille's thirteenth-century statutes, which included a chapter entitled De meretricibus regarding prostitutes.