Tina And Ckiara Speak on Poverty, Sex, Abuses of the innocent, Money and Self-empowerment. We are all individuals and live in separate parts of the world yet with mindfulness we can all see that what happens in one place affects the whole.
We are individuals and a collective. poverty, lack of basic necessities and neglect creates crime and abuse! It is not just the governments’ leaders of the world to be the cause and effect of changing our world for the better but each individual doing their part as inspiration and sense of purpose speaks to us.
Ckiara Nation will quote the conclusion of The Boundaries of Contagion: The Unheard Plight of Sex Workers in Karnataka
By Devajana C. Nanjunda, Pulamaghatta N. Venugopal.: “
The sex work profession has a storage lineage in India. Indian society is talking about stigma, substantiation, and criminalization about sex working. There are a large number of traditional and untraditional reasons for being sex workers. There is an imperative requirement for a watertight compartment among the concepts such as trafficking, voluntary and forced sex work. Today, the ‘sex-work market’ has become a big channel to attain monetary self-sufficiency or financial independence among women. Sociologists felt it will be remedied when women and men in these socio-culture settings can rejoice in their sexuality and their sole identities (Ringdal, 2004). Sex working has no precise medicine. The legalization of sex working has both positive and negative effects. The social safety net for the marginalized and invisible sectors is under demand now. It is the duty of the state to protect and fulfill and upheld the rights of women in sex work business if needed. The role of the social workers is very vital. Rehabilitation programs and alternative livelihood programs for sustainability and inclusion is the need of the hour.” ~~~
Acknowledgment To the esteemed committee (Government of Karnataka). https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/2277436X20927254 Declaration of Conflicting Interests The authors declared no potential conflicts of interest with respect to the research, authorship and/or publication of this article.