CONTENTS:- 1. Introduction. 2. History of Prostitution. 3. Sacred Prostitution. 4. Prostitution in Ancient Greece. 5. Prostitution in Europe. 6. Prostitution in the Czech Republic. 7. Prostitution in Estonia. 8. Prostitution in France. 9. Prostitution in Germany. 10. Prostitution of Children. 11. Child Sex Tourism. 12. Sex Tourism. 13. Human Sexual Behavior. 14. Human Sexuality. 15. Religion and Sexuality. 16. Catholic Teaching on Sexual Morality. 17. Islamic Sexual Jurisprudence. 18. Sex Education. 19. Sex Education in the United States. 20. Sexually Transmitted Disease. 21. AIDS. 22. Safe Sex.
Prostitution is the act or practice of engaging in sex acts for hire. In most cultures, prostitution is viewed as a deviant profession either discouraged or illegal; however, motivations vary from the implications of those potentially exposed to that activity to whether it constitutes or not an exploitative practice. The word "prostitution" can also be used metaphorically to mean debasement or working toward an unworthy cause.
Today, human trafficking is primarily for prostituting women and children. It is described as "the largest slave trade in history" and is the fastest growing criminal industry, set to outgrow drug trafficking.