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Are women who provide sex for money the only ones who should be called a prostitute ?




*Disclaimer :- before you start reading this article it isn’t meant to target or trigger anyone , just a random brown girls thought *



Keeping religious point of views aside and not looking at it with a religious eye , one always wonders why are women who provide sex for money, the only ones called prostitutes? Why are they the ones who are always looked at unfavorably, avoided at large gatherings and scrutinized everywhere. However, In 2022 these women are not the only ones having sex with several people . Infact in the elite society, it has become a craving,an obsession and a game to have sex for pleasure with various men. The only difference between the prostitutes and them is that they donot do it for the sake of money but for the pleasure and thrill that comes alongside. If one looks into the elite schools and universities , both the girls and boys are making out and its not just with one person : sometimes their partners switch within weeks and sometimes they have flings with 2 or three people at the same time. Then if one looks into the elite married individuals, the newly found trend of wife hopping seems to be the new rage which infact means : that people swap their wives just to experience how it feels to have sex with a different person and all of this is consensual.

Isn’t this unethical , Are These people not worthy of being scrutinized and cast aside. But why do we normalize it for them, accept them in our society, but not the people who earn this as a living.


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Abdul Rehman Mirza
Abdul Rehman Mirza
Aug 07, 2022

Indeed, a great blog. I'll try to respond to your contentious but rather thought-provoking observation. So, giving the customer direct access to the prostitute's body for sexual purposes in exchange for commercial reasons rather than for her own personal sake is a sort of sex work known as prostitution. This may involve full-fledged sexual interaction, but even if it does not, it differs from sex shows in that it typically gives the client sexual gratification through the direct physical touch of some kind. Additionally, the delivery of such services is rather indiscriminate: just like with any other kind of service, anyone ready to pay the requested fee will be welcomed as a client, within certain bounds. This distinguishes the prostitute…

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In a capitalist society, money and power are linked to each other. With power, you can shape discourse and the narratives around it. This is a probable line of thinking that gives one possible answer. People in power won't allow any criticism of what they view as a part of their lifestyle.

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Iman Aamir
Iman Aamir
Aug 07, 2022
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Hi u have made a great point , u are right that in the society the powerful get away with everything and their wrongs are turned into rights whereas the poor are always criticizEd for the smallest things , my question to u would be is their any way to change this view point

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I want to say that very brave of you o speak on such a topic. I partially agree with your point only if we keep the religious end in mind. But I would say that certain words have specific meanings. The word prostitute means: "any person who is used, employed, or exploited for another person's sexual gratification or pleasure, and the monetary gain or profit of others. So, we know that they are only doing it for money but calling other prostitutes is not recommendable because they have no incentive for cash and do it knowingly and willingly.

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Iman Aamir
Iman Aamir
Aug 06, 2022
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Yes areej after your comment I have realized that while my content is talking about a harsh reality , the caption is misleading, the caption is totally different from what I was trying to potray and I think I should have thought about a better caption

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