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consensual, unpaid sex in public places, including meeting places for anonymous sex among homosexuals homosexual prostitution, also known as “hustling” (young homosexual prostitution is also known as the “chicken hawk trade”) illegal immigration and forced prostitution (international trafficking in women and girls) juvenile runaways drawn into prostitution organized crime connections to prostitution prostitution at truck stops or motels prostitution through call girls, escort services, internet listings, and massage parlors, and at bars, hotels, and conventions serial murders of prostitutes solicitation by leaving calling cards in conspicuous public places (e.g., phone booths) strip clubs in which strippers also engage in prostitution transvestite prostitution.
Some of these related problems are covered in other guides in this series, all of which are listed at the end of this guide. For the most up-to-date listing of current and future guides, see www.popcenter.org.
There are widely different perspectives on prostitution. Some view the prostitutes as primarily responsible for the problem; some view the clients as responsible, and the prostitutes as victims. † Others view prostitution as a private matter in which the state should not intervene. Community morals and beliefs about how the law should regulate morality will affect how any particular community addresses street prostitution. This guide does not adopt any particular moral perspective: It is intended to objectively inform you and other policymakers about the effectiveness and consequences of various approaches to controlling street prostitution. Before discussing response options, a general overview of the problem is provided. ††
† For example, in Sweden, prostitution is officially considered a form of sexual violence against women. Prostitutes do not risk legal penalties. The public strongly supports this policy, with an 80 percent approval rate (Eckberg 2004).
†† The information in this section is drawn from many sources, not all of which are cited. Among the sources most heavily relied on are Benson and Matthews (1995); Cohen (1980); Matthews (1993) [Full text],[Briefing note]; May, Edmunds, and Hough (1999)[Full text],[Briefing note]; Sterk and Elifson (1990); van Gelder and Kaplan (1992); Weidner (2001); and Weitzer (2000).
Harms Caused by Street Prostitution.
Street prostitution varies across the individual prostitutes involved and their commitment to prostitution, the market size, the community’s tolerance levels, the degree to which prostitutes are organized, and the relationship of prostitution to drug use and trafficking. Street prostitution accounts for perhaps only 10 to 20 percent of all prostitution, but it has the most visible negative impact on the community.
The following are among the many reasons why the police should be concerned about street prostitution. [1]
Moral and Nuisance Concerns.
Prostitution offends some citizens’ moral standards. Prostitution is a nuisance to passersby and to nearby residents and businesses. Prostitutes and clients offend uninvolved people in the area when they solicit them. Juveniles, less capable of making informed choices, may become prostitutes.
Public Health Concerns.
Used condoms and syringes commonly found on the ground in street prostitution areas are unsightly and potentially hazardous. Photo: Bob Heimberger.
Prostitutes and clients may spread sexually transmitted diseases such as syphilis, herpes, and AIDS. † Used condoms, syringes, and other paraphernalia left on the ground are unsightly and potentially hazardous. Prostitutes who do not have access to proper facilities may urinate, defecate, or bathe in public.
† Contrary to popular belief, prostitution has not been demonstrated to be a primary means of HIV transmission, at least not in the United States, largely because most street prostitution sex acts are oral rather than vaginal (oral transmission is less likely), most prostitutes insist that clients use condoms (less true of drug-dependent prostitutes), and transmission is more difficult from female to male. Of course, fear of contracting HIV has likely changed the sex practices of some prostitutes and clients. HIV transmission among prostitutes is more likely to occur from sharing needles for drug injections (Weitzer 2000).
Personal Safety Concerns.
Clients may harm prostitutes. Clients or prostitutes may be defrauded, robbed, or assaulted. Pimps may financially and physically exploit prostitutes.
Spillover-Effect Concerns.
Street prostitution and street drug markets are often linked. Prostitution may provide the seedbed for organized crime. Prostitutes create parking and traffic problems where they congregate. Prostitution attracts strangers and criminals to a neighborhood.
Legitimate businesses may lose customers who avoid the area because of prostitution. Prostitutes’ presence may negatively affect the area economy, reducing property values and limiting property use.
Civil Rights Concerns.

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