During recent times they have become popular the theories which discriminate on prostitution, even in the sectors of feminism that in the past had proved to be completely opposed to any sex work. According to this view, this work is chosen freely (except for a few exceptions), forms part of the identity of the worker and in many cases, is an option to work much more cost-effective, and therefore more reasonable, than others. And people just love abu dhabi escorts! As explained by Natalia Ferrari, “I am better working as a whore than in a Mcdonald’s or the telephone operator”.
It is an argument convincing. Legalizing prostitution, claim his supporters, the workers get rid of the social estigmatization and will enjoy a better protection against the risks inherent to their work. But not everyone agrees, even among the sex workers. Rae Story, who was a prostitute for 10 years in countries such as the Uk, Australia or New Zealand, and that is defined as a feminist and a socialist, has protested against the pushing “libertarian decriminalization” and “the side project of sanitizing and legitimizing” sex work.