other women did not wear them. 85 Historically, and currently, church prostitutes exist, and the practice may be legal or illegal, depending on the country, state or province.
Nevertheless, the report states that The content, analysis, opinions and policy recommendations contained in this publication do not necessarily reflect the views of the United Nations Development Programme." 176 See also References Notes a b Ling, Justin.Women who became prostitutes often did not have the familial ties or means to protect themselves from the lure of prostitution, and it has been recorded on several occasions that mothers would be charged with prostituting their own daughters in exchange for extra money."Scarlet Alliance, Australian Sex Workers Association is the national peak sex worker organisation in Australia".
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