Presentation on theme: "Chapter Fifteen The Sexual Marketplace: Prostitution and Pornography."— Presentation transcript:
Chapter Fifteen The Sexual Marketplace: Prostitution and Pornography
Historical Perspectives The Oldest Brothel?
Defining Prostitution Sexuality, Ethics, and the Law Comparison of State Criminal Definitions of Prostitution Sexuality and Culture Prostitution in Nevada
Types of Prostitutes Streetwalkers Call Girls Brothel Workers Male Prostitutes –Gigilos/Male Escorts –Hustlers
Who Becomes a Prostitute? Prostitution by Choice –Sexuality and Culture A Personal Look at the Life of a Prostitute Involuntary Prostitution Prostitution and Drug Abuse The Backgrounds of Prostitutes
Who Becomes a Prostitute? (cont.)
Prostitution Prostitution and STIs –Unprotected Sex, Drugs, and STIs In Touch with Your Sexual Health Male Transvestite Prostitutes and Sexually Transmitted Infections –Brothel Workers and STIs –Promoting Sexual Health Among Sex Workers The Clients of Prostitutes –Characteristics of Clients of Prostitutes –What Do Prostitutes’ Clients Want?
Prostitution and the Law Decriminalization (Legalization) of Prostitution
Searching for a Definition of Pornography The Moral Standard –Obscenity Applying the Moral Standard The Discrimination Standard Pornography or Erotica?
The Effects of Pornography Pornography and Sexual Arousal Pornography and Discrimination against Women Pornography, Violence, and Rape Evaluating Sexual Research The Lab Experiment–Correlation Trade-Off The Violence-Not-Sex Hypothesis
The Effects of Pornography (cont.)
Child Pornography Child Pornography and the Law Sexuality, Ethics, and the Law The Child Pornography Fighters Technological Solutions to Child Pornography Fighting Child Pornography through Greater Accessibility?