Sex Tourism in the Caribbean
An analysis of the history and current conditions of the sex trade in Jamaica and Cuba.
# 94093 | 1,694 words | 11 sources | MLA | 2007 |
Published on Apr 20, 2007 in Anthropology (Cultural) , Gender and Sexuality (Sexual Politics) , Latin-American Studies (Race, Class, Gender Issues) , Women Studies (General)
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This paper discusses the sex trade in Jamaica and compares it to Cuba. It describes the history of the trade and the factors that influence it. The paper examines the socioeconomic factors that contribute to the trade, as well as the rise of men in the trade of prostitution. It also look into the participation of tourists in the demand for this service. Finally, the paper researches the conditions in which the women work and live, which women work within the strip clubs and brothels, the accompanying use of drugs, their health-care (specifically as to HIV and STD testing) and their chances of being arrested for their work choice.
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Sample of Sources Used:
- HIV/AIDS in the Caribbean: Issues and Options (2000) A Background Report- Human Development Sector Management Unit Caribbean Group For Cooperation in Economic Development (CGCED) June 2000.
- The State of Human Trafficking in the Caribbean (2006) Kingston (Panos) Tourisme Sexuel dans la Caraibe (2006) The New West Indian. March 2006. Online available at: http://www.awigp.com/default.asp?numcat=sextour.
- Covenant House, "Trafficking in Children in Latin America and the Caribbean," July 2004, http://www.casa-alianza.org.
- UN Report Raps Government for Child Rights Abuses," Gleaner, 17 June 2003.
- End Child Prostitution, Pornography, and Trafficking (ECPAT) International Online Database, 30 March 2004, http://www.ecpat.net.
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