By Geadah Yolande
Partant du constat qu'il est quasi most unlikely de faire disparaître l. a. prostitution, certains proposent de l. a. considérer comme une activité légitime et de voir les prostituées comme des « travailleuses du sexe ». Ils espèrent ainsi mettre fin à l. a. marginalisation et au mépris dont elles sont victimes. Mais los angeles prostitution pourra-t-elle jamais être un métier comme un autre ? Légitimer le trade du sexe suffira-t-il à en éliminer les abus et à assurer le recognize et l'intégrité des prostituées ? Cet essai veut dissiper los angeles confusion que suscitent les notions de droits et de libertés individuels dans une société démocratique quand on les applique à los angeles prostitution. Le « droit de se prostituer » existe-t-il vraiment ? Est-il attainable de choisir librement de vendre son corps ? Pour répondre à ces questions, Yolande Geadah change le phénomène dans un contexte plus huge. Elle présente les diverses conceptions qui s'affrontent sur ce sujet et les principaux kinds de législations adoptées par les can pay qui ont voulu encadrer cette activité. Cet état de los angeles query éclairera tous ceux et celles que le sujet préoccupe, qu'ils soient ou non d'accord avec l'auteure.
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What does it feel like for her to hold the baby, do you think? Charles: I don't know, like it's her baby. JMR: What's she going to do with the baby? " JMR: And then what's she going to do, give it back? Charles: No, nothing, she's going to put it in its bed . . in the beddy bed, in the crib. JMR: And if the genie came to her and gave her three wishes, what would she wish for? Charles: A grown baby! That's all! JMR: What would she do with her own baby? Charles: And she would wish for a crib, and a knife .
Norton, a four-year-old with a reportedly nurturing father and a rather sad and less available mother, gave eloquent if still symbolic expression to the oedipal boy's search for masculinity and indeed for a penis that are distinctly providential and nurturant. At the close of an interview session during a free-play period, Norton wanted to stay in the room and play with the toys. " It was raining all over, he added, and seemed mournful for a moment. JMR: What can the rain do? Norton: [The boy was holding a toy cannon and matter-offactly said:] The cannon ball is broken .
JMR: How do you think she [the mother bear in the pictures shown to these children] feels having that thing growing inside like that? Henry: She's going to get fat . . ] JMR: But where does it come out of her, do you know? ] Out of her mouth? Henry: No! They have to open her tummy . . They make it open and then they put some more blood in, and then it's out. ] He's getting fatter, see! ] He's going to have the baby . . The door's open there. ] JMR: Do you want it closed? Henry: Yes, so nobody sees me.