As a twelve-year-old young girl, I would beg for Teen Vogue magazines as I saw them in passing on the stands in the grocery stores until eventually, I got a monthly subscription from my family. With hindsight, I can see currently how this magazine has shaped my culture and view as a young teenage girl. Though I certainly had many other obstacles I faced throughout my teenage life, the media also showed me how to dress, what to say, and how I should overall look. The article written by Dr. Tlaleng Mofokeng explains why she believes sex work should be fully decriminalized across the globe. No, Dr. Mofokeng, you are generalizing the term sex work, also known as prostitution. Promoting prostitution to teenage girls is not the solution to decrease the harms of prostitution, the sex trafficking of minors or sexual abuse of children; these issues should be a greater concern for Teen Vogue given their targeted audience!
Prostitution Is Not Like Any Other Job
We Must Shift Culture
Teen Vogue recently published an article by Dr. Therefore, according to Mofokeng, sex work is real work. We oppose the act of prostitution — that is, the practice that allows a man to purchase the right to push his penis into an otherwise uninterested, or even repulsed woman.
T een Vogue wants you to know that when you grow up, you can be anything you want to be — even a prostitute. And in some ways, aren't we all? Author Tlaleng Mofokeng writes:. To say that selling sex is the same as becoming a doctor who treats sexual issues is disingenuous at best, and dangerous at worst. The article also wasn't a debate but all pro]. Give it time.
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