We are conducting a survey to look at the sexual health needs of women and men using the Internet to receive payment for sex. We hope to find out how you look after your sexual health, and if you find services in the NHS Glasgow and Clyde area acceptable. This will help us to improve or change current services to meet your needs. We are staff based at The Sandyford in Glasgow which offers sexual health services.
Sex in exchange for money | Men to men
Having sex in exchange for money means that someone offers you money to have sex with him or that you pay someone to have sex with you. It is not illegal to receive money for sex as long as you stick to certain rules. If you pay for sex, you are the customer of a sex worker. In the Netherlands, paying someone for sex or receiving money in exchange for sex sex work, prostitution is not against the law as long as the following conditions are met.
Sex in exchange for money
Outside the sex sold legally in Nevada, prostitution in the United States transpires in the shadows of an underground economy. There are no accounting records to trace, no receipts to scrutinize, and no legal records to analyze. Simply, it is difficult to grasp the size of this economy.
There exists a diversity of feminist views on prostitution. Many of these positions can be loosely arranged into an overarching standpoint that is generally either critical or supportive of prostitution and sex work. Anti-prostitution feminists hold that prostitution is a form of exploitation of women and male dominance over women and a practice which is the result of the existing patriarchal societal order. These feminists argue that prostitution has a very negative effect, both on the prostitutes themselves and on society as a whole, as it reinforces stereotypical views about women, who are seen as sex objects which can be used and abused by men. Pro-prostitution feminists hold that prostitution and other forms of sex work can be valid choices for women and men who choose to engage in it.