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Prostitution is said to be the world’s oldest profession, but understanding the size and scope of this economy, and the methods and actors involved in this trade, is still a murky endeavor.Outside the sex sold legally in Nevada, prostitution in the United States transpires in the shadows of an underground economy.In contrast to these drops, both Seattle and Atlanta’s sex economies grew.In fact, Seattle saw robust growth, as the market expanded from .3 million to 2 million, growing about 123 percent.Desperate to escape her former life, her hopes for a better future propel her to the nation’s capital.But where she dreams of starting anew, others wait inside the bus station for the chance to exploit her femininity, economic desperation, family problems, low self-esteem, or history of sexual victimization.According to several of the 73 convicted pimps interviewed in 20 for the study, scouting at transportation hubs is one of their many recruitment practices.
“They have a saying in the pimp game, ‘if it ain’t white, it ain’t right.
Other misuses may include procrastination from undesirable responsibilities, distraction from being upset and attempts to meet needs for companionship and belonging.
While discussions are ongoing about whether excessive use of the computer/Internet is an addiction, the potential problematic behaviors and effects on users seem to be clear.
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.
Atlanta had the largest underground commercial sex economy in 2007 at $290 million, and Denver had the smallest at $39.9 million.