Condemnation of sex work

• What does the condemnation of sex work say about our attitudes toward sex in general? Why do we not have the same attitudes about paying for physical services that involve pleasure but not orgasms (such as massages), or paying for emotional services such as psychotherapy?
• Is there a qualitative difference between sex surrogacy (Links to an external site.) and prostitution?
• What does the addition of money do to our perception of a sexual encounter? If a man invites a woman on a date and pays for the date, and they have sex as part of the date, is that prostitution? Why or why not?
• Putting all moral questions aside, what are the differences in terms of physical risk between using your body for sex and using your body for dangerous physical jobs, such as coal mining?

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