Part 6:THE STREET WALKING SEX WORKERS
The public’s knowledge about sex workers is based primarily on media stereotypes, at one extreme, we see examples of sex workers with adorable stories in movies such as Pretty Woman, while at the other extreme we are exposed to images of haggerd Streetwalking prostitutes in black fishnet stockings, knee-length boots involved in drug abuse. The Cinderella experience of the Julia Roberts character in the “pretty woman” is a fantasy far away from any real world, a lot of the young streetwalkers are born and raised in an environment of poverty, drugs and violent crimes.
Streetwalking sex workers are the commonest and simplest sex workers you can meet, sex with them is cheap, rapid and impersonal, they want the punter to be quick and leave so that they can hustle for the next customer.
A social scientist defined the streetwalking prostitute as a woman that overtly solicits men on the street and offers sexual favours for a negotiable fee, streetwalkers can typically be found on busy inner city street corners unlike high-class Prostitutes that operate on the upper end to the world of sex-work, street walkers enjoy few advantages in plying their trade. Street walking prostitutes are often young women who negotiate with dates for services on street corners and usually abuse alcohol and or drugs.
Where health checks are not mandatory and no labour laws enforced, the chances of you catching STDs or losing your wallet are high, streetwalking sex workers primarily work at night in secluded areas sometimes called "red light zones". Most of the pimp controlled sex work is streetwalking, even were prostitution is legal streetwalking is not and carries a risk of arrest.
Its unknown just how many women sell sex on the streets in the United States, in New York City alone, there are an estimated 5000-8000 streetwalkers and since April 1989 a mobile van from a private foundation has been contacting working girls throughout
the five boroughs to provide HIV testing and counselling and to distribute condoms, bleach kits for cleaning needles, and HIV prevention information. The social dynamics of prostitution make streetwalking hookers unable at times to meet basic human needs; they are usually vulnerable to violence, and at risk for sexually transmitted diseases, street walkers have the highest rate of HIV infection among all prostitutes. In societies were prostitution is legal, there are fewer streetwalkers as it is safer and more comfortable to work in brothels, when brothels are legal, the law requires all the prostitutes to have a monthly health checks and the hygiene of the brothel is controlled by health and safety laws.
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