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Make Prostitution legal: One of an 8 part Indepth Look by A-Level London prostitutes

Part 2:

The public’s knowledge about hookers and their relations to pimps is based primarily on media portrayals, at one extreme, we see examples of sex workers that are adorable in movies such as Taxi Driver, while at the other end we see images of black fishnet stockings, knee-length boots, and drug use. Given the general ignorance and misperceptions about sex-work, there is need to illuminate relevant aspects from inside the industry.

A sex worker who also goes by many other names can be described as a person who exchanges sex for money, drugs, or other desirable commodities while a pimp is one who controls the activities and lives off the proceeds of a sex workers. There are various types of sex workers starting from the independent high-class/corporate/elite prostitute living in a posh apartment in the city centre to the street walker touting passer byes on dingy streets.

Not all prostitution is run by a pimp, a lot of the sex workers advertise and work alone while others register with agencies to do the marketing and answer calls for them at a fee, It is sad to say however that the majority of the sex-work in any community is pimp controlled. When sex workers work for a pimp, they are paid a fraction of what they earn while where and how they work is controlled.

In the pimps world, recruitment is the main component of their business model, Pimps recruit people of all ages, genders, and races but will usually keep away from minors, in part due to fears of arrest and prosecution. Pimps appeal to prostitutes’ emotional dependencies and economic needs and will promise material comforts among other things, these continued forms of coercion and fraud that include feigning romantic interest make the sex workers approach friends and other people to join their sex work ring under the pimp.

Pimps will usually impose various rules on hookers and the most common are:
Drugs and alcohol: Drug addicted sex workers are typically unreliable and a danger to the business.

Type of customers : Younger punters are not favoured as they may engage in drug use, be rough, commit robbery, leave without paying, or are pimps scouting for new employees etc, etc, etc

In in most cases the pimps double up as drug peddlers and use their less popular prostitutes to push their drugs, this is a double standard because when a sex worker supplies a customer with drugs, the punter will usually want the sex worker to share the drugs with them while getting intimate, in cases were the prostitute joins in the drug taking, they easily become drug dependent that quickly fall out of favour with the pimp because of the new habit and unreliability that follows.

prostitution and drug abuse seem to go hand in hand but this is possibly due to the fact that prostitution is primarily illegal, drug taking clients know that if they were looking for a fix it would be easier and safer to find a prostitute to get them for you.

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