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In Italy there is a massive shift from the street to indoors, and within the four walls of an apartment it is difficult to identify both the client and the prostitutes. How many of them are minors? Various researches confirm an increasing trend: under-18s have gone from 5% a few years ago to 5-12% today, depending on the territories. On the street, according to estimates by Save the children and On the road, they are about 10%. Indoors, no one dares to advance figures.
The question, apparently, is not lacking. Adults suffering from mental disorders, perhaps? «It is difficult to define them as sick. The perverts or with pedophile tendencies, who see adolescents more as a girl than a woman, are probably a small minority. Rather, they are men without solid ethical guidelines », comments psychotherapist Leopoldo Grosso, vice president of the Abele Group. “The power of male control emerges, certainly stronger than an adult prostitute, and a desire that in itself does not give itself rules.”
In Sweden, from 1 January 1999, the sale of sexual services is no longer a crime but the purchase, according to the principle of customer responsibility.
Indoors, from 50 to 200 euros in the apartments and massage rooms to 250, 500 and so on in the hotel, for several hours.
For escorts, the figures depend on the location, the type of service, the time spent and the degree of popularity of the client.
Dear, let’s not talk about age anymore because I think it is inappropriate 🙂 As I wrote in the previous answer, I don’t think sexophobia is due to age, rather to education, negative experiences and culture.
I agree with you, the two macrocosms you highlighted have much more nuances, although for simplification we must give up talking about the characteristics of each. It is obvious that the reasons for using paid sex are different depending on the relational and cultural background. In my opinion it would be interesting to thoroughly investigate what drives a man who has a fulfilling relationship. Is it the transgression? The desire for control that he cannot exercise on his usual partner? What is it that is always missing? Why are there men who have never paid a woman and others who do it all their lives? Can I ask you to read my underlying answer to another reader, specifically the part of the examples, and express an opinion?
Many thanks for giving me the misandric and the limited. Unfortunately for her, I am neither. Rather tell me why in addition to resorting to the gratuitous insult you were unable to express an opinion on what I wrote. In fact, I know many men who frequent or have seen prostitutes as well as many who have never done so. D.