For a profession which is considered the ‘oldest in the world’ and generates annual revenue of over $100 Billion worldwide, prostitution sure is treated with rather unfair indifference. Nobody knows where and why one of the most joy generating streams of work started being recognized as a taboo, but in modern society, sex workers are frowned upon because of many reasons developed in the stagnant minds of orthodox people. Depending on the jurisdiction of an area, prostitution can be legal or illegal, considered an enforced or unenforced crime, or even be a full-time regulated profession. For where it is (or isn’t) legal, prostitution is practised in specialized establishments called brothels. Brothels are designed places where pleasure is provided to the customers by experienced ladies who specialize in making a man happy. Good sex can change everything about how a man deals with things. It is a perfect stress buster; it gives a medium of output to express all of a man’s deepest desires, emotions and fantasies.
The term ‘prostitute’ is usually measured to refer to a woman over the age of approval who keenly exchanges sexual services for money. The name, though, includes much more. It is considered that all types of engagement in the sex industry are it as, a pornographic actor, a lap dancer or a ‘call girl’ signifies prostitution. ‘Prostitute’ is a term those who work in the sex industry are looking for moving away from, arguing it is connected with the idea of a dirty woman (slut, whore, etc.), and ‘sex worker’ refers to the person who is a member of a rightful profession.