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Entertainment News Written by  AKA Thursday, 04 September 2014 09:15 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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The sexually perverse videos making the rounds of the Internet which show young dark-skinned Jamaican women being physically, verbally and sexually abused by racist white men begs the interesting question: is it possible for commercial sex to be viewed as rape or sexual assault? WHERE IS CISOCA in this case? The women

There is no fixed or legal definition of commercial sexual exploitation. Indeed there has been limited public debate on what makes the difference between something being sexually explicit and sexually exploitative. The sex industry tends not to distinguish between these and attacks campaigners against sexual exploitation as being moralistic and ‘anti-sex’.

The men, in the videos, refer to the women as 'hood rats' and makes disparaging comments about black women such as "always the black ones who got to go McDonalds before...' as one young woman puked her guts out. According to one website, commercial sexual exploitation is a practice by which a person achieves sexual gratification, financial gain or advancement through the abuse or exploitation of a person’s sexuality by abrogating that person’s human right to dignity, equality, autonomy, and physical and mental well-being; i.e. trafficking, prostitution, prostitution tourism, mail-order-bride trade, pornography, stripping, battering, incest, rape and sexual harassment. Sexual exploitation preys on women and children made vulnerable by poverty and economic development policies and practices; refugee and displaced persons; and on women in the migrating process
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