hit tracker
Tuesday, June 25, 2024
HomeLatest NewsBritish women are increasingly prostituting themselves to pay their electricity and gas...

British women are increasingly prostituting themselves to pay their electricity and gas bills

Date: June 25, 2024 Time: 12:41:29

There are many reasons why women accept love for sale.


The British newspaper Financial Times points to a rather tragic trend that has emerged in English society. In the context of a deteriorating economic situation, women increasingly turned to the sex industry as a source of income. Some try themselves in a new capacity for the first time, others return to prostitution years later. In their material, the authors refer to interviews with 23 sex workers and 14 charities and human rights organizations located across Britain.

There are many reasons why women accept venal love, from the desire to achieve financial independence to blackmail and exploitation by criminal gangs. But now some Britons are being pushed onto Sonechka Marmeladova’s path by the crisis, the high cost of living and 11% inflation. Because of this, English households faced serious difficulties.

“I do this for my family, my home and my husband, and to keep a roof over my head,” admits English Tiffany, who first sold a night of pleasure with her six years ago to pay her credit card bill. credit. During the pandemic, the woman was laid off and dismissed from the civil service. She lived for a while on her husband’s money, but due to her covid restrictions, her husband was forced to close the workshop. The family was left without a livelihood. Electricity bills, food prices, loan payments – all this has already exceeded the amount of assistance the couple receives.

Tiffany says she earns around £1,000 a week as a call girl. The average price in Great Britain is as follows: the fee for a customer is from 10 to 50 pounds.

The English Prostitutes’ Association reports that the number of women seeking advice on starting or resuming work has increased dramatically this year.

“We see women who haven’t done it for over 10 years,” explains the director of a charity that supports sex workers. But the reality is sad. Many of them are coming back because they need to pay their gas bill.

The increase in the number of prostitutes working in expensive hotels, out of their homes, or renting clients on the street raises another important issue: the issue of government control of prostitution. Therefore, there has been a split in the British government between those who advocate the decriminalization of prostitution and those who demand that paid sex be banned. At the same time, the parties agree that the sex industry is a part of society that cannot be ignored. According to statistics, in 2021 the sex industry contributed £4.7bn to Britain’s GDP, with one in 10 Britons admitting to having paid for sex at least once.

* This website provides news content gathered from various internet sources. It is crucial to understand that we are not responsible for the accuracy, completeness, or reliability of the information presented Read More

Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

Most Popular

Recent Comments