Taboo: Prostitution

  • Published 8 years ago
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What has been called as the “World’s Oldest Profession”, prostitution is rampant all around the world. From tiny shacks in the Bangladesh slums where women service men for only $2, to ‘cyber fantasies’ where men are videotaped in various settings for their own sex library, sex is sold every day.

This documentary questions not only the morality of prostitution but whether the stigma of prostitution changes from dark, dirty, 3rd-world slums to high-class, legal brothels where men are tested for STDs, and must shower before each appointment. In these high-end brothels, women can make over $100,000 per year in a safe, secure atmosphere. Women in street-level prostitution can be dangerous, and even deadly.

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