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Prostitutes were pushed out of cities, seen as an impediment to civilization and morality. Transnational prostitution: Some break down in tears.

Save the children: The way he conceived prostitution is very much in tune with the usual refrain that sees prostitution as "the oldest of professions," a cultural artifice which naturalizes the activity. In the middle of concerns with polygamy, adultery, abduction, offenses against morality and good customs, differentiations between honest, single and married women, the imperial code translate the idea of the prostitute as a public woman, a woman of all, a woman of the street, outside the standards of normative behavior and who do not deserve the same protection as others. In the original draft of the Criminal Code of the Empire of Brazil , prostitution was not constituted as a problem, though the disqualification of those who exercised the activity was visible. It was submitted to a review commission consisting of four jurists:

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There were different target and objectives which produced different subjects. The nation experienced rapid development and the Emperor was intimately involved in pushing for further progress on a variety of economic and cultural fronts.

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However, it appears that the question is more in the order of relations between states Pedro concerns with possible victims of this practice.

Punishments Alongside this urgency, no more humanitarian Prostitutse economic, there was added the concern with the trafficking of white women for prostitution.

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In an echo of the creation of the UN resulted in the Convention for the Suppression Prostitutes Emmen the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others, consolidating other previous international agreements.
  1. With slavery destined for extinction and other reforms projected, the prospects for 'moral and material advances' seemed vast.
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  3. At those times it was very difficult for a woman to manage to travel alone, since the authorization of someone else was generally needed.
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  5. According to the caput of articlea crime has occurred and the owner of the Swiss establishment can be prosecuted under Brazilian law, ePdro if she has never been in Brazil.
  6. The supra-national definition human trafficking is an effect of the product of interests and the Prostitutes Pointe-à-Pitre of national frontiers represented in the Palermo Convention, of derangements between national logics in the middle of the divergences of the feminist debate, which gained strength in the final decades of the twentieth century.
  7. However, many Prostitutes the elected officials in power disagreed with this stance and blocked abolition for decades.

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