While the ideal of ‘women should not be forced into prostitution for a living’ is distant, at least the state apparatus – the police – should not see them as criminals!
Those who have capital in other professions are allowed to enhance it with human skills, but only the body that has capital in this business suffers.
A person who confesses to adultery should not be found guilty, his right to privacy should be protected, his children should not be forcibly removed without his permission, and if a prostitute complains of sexual harassment, the complaint should be taken seriously. It takes some time for society to realize that this is not a shocking thing for women in this business, but a consolation. While many things have been going on around us for hundreds of years, it is comforting to think sensitively about even the few in power, the lower classes of society, the exploited, the underprivileged. The Supreme Court has ruled that adultery is not a crime if it is someone else’s affair. Justice L. Nageswara Rao presided over by B.R. Singers and A.S. While giving it, the Bopanna bench listened well to the police system, law and order and the media. At the heart of the decision is the need for the central and state governments to take appropriate measures to ensure that these women also enjoy freedom of trade under Article 21 of the Constitution. A few points before looking at how important this is.
The reality of the prostitution business is causing a lot of suffering around the world. A large network of trafficking girls from poor countries from one country to another, from one market to another. It is difficult to overcome because there are so many benefits involved. In our society with extreme population, extreme poverty, lack of education, lack of living skills, traditional hierarchy of labor based castes it is in fact ‘extreme contempt for humanity’. These are just some of the goal setting shareware that you can use. Buddhadeva Karmaskar V. The court’s first objection to the West Bengal verdict in this case was against the police. Irvi also treated prostitutes like criminals during police raids. The court clarified that a person with knowledge can choose the business of his choice with his consent and should not be abused or dragged. While this is not the case with the so-called elite women who volunteer and do business for net profit, it does relieve them of the burden of police action. During the attack, police as well as NGOs working against human trafficking, as part of their document, photographed and recorded the action. After all these documents, social media legs were broken. It is important that the court upholds the right to privacy of prostitutes by objecting to all of this.
These orders of the Supreme Court are truly historic in the eyes of organizations working for women. These organizations are campaigning that demanding sex workers’ status or ‘sex service business’ is a step in the right direction. Another important point is that the court held that a prostitute has the right to refuse sex and that she must properly file a complaint of sexual harassment. (This problem was also raised 32 years ago in the 1990s commercial Hollywood movie ‘Pretty Woman’.) As a precautionary measure in that direction, the instructions given to the states along with the Center in this judgment have immediate priority. The court asked the state judiciary to assist the women in obtaining the required documents. These women who leave home due to various circumstances often do not have a birth certificate or similar documents. No Aadhaar card. Hence those who are backward can not get any benefits in government schemes. Now all these things are expected to be a bit easier.
The court decision is to be welcomed as someone is sensitively examining the exploitation of these victims. It is unfortunate for anyone to have to commit prostitution for a living. But she must never forget that the whole society is responsible for the misfortune of that person, because the social, economic, political and cultural circumstances around that person forced her to do so. And why should anyone invest their body in filling their stomachs? It is a kind of materialization of a very basic, natural thing about the female body and sex. The woman concerned came from the economic and racial level of the society, it was imposed on her and she had no choice but to reject it. Where there is an illusion of survival, there is no place for choice and where there is so-called morality. Nothing can stand before the forces of capitalism and patriarchy. The paradox is that in other professions, those who have capital are allowed to raise it through human skills, but in this profession, even though the body is the capital, it suffers the most and the body itself, its capital is destroyed and damaged. Day by day. Many sexually transmitted diseases, premature aging, premature death, stigma, and poverty have different consequences.
In any civilized society women do not have to resort to prostitution for a living, it should be an ideal condition. However it does not appear to be possible in the near future. So all they have to do is get a business look. If found there business rules apply. He can start thinking about minimum wage, security, health, working hours, hours, vacations, insurance. It also reduces the intensity of exploitation. None of this today. At home, at the age of 12-13, can be cheated on by someone else in the home or deliberately forced into prostitution. For the next 10-15 years, she will spend the rest of her life exhausted. Her exploitation from as many levels as possible reminds me of the survey’s ‘man has become cheaper, goat is more expensive’ lines. Today, many organizations are working to stop this compassion. But the darkness is so terrible that even saying ‘don’t act like a criminal’ is like repulsing the light.
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