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prostitute

n. a person who receives payment for sexual intercourse or other sexual acts, generally as a regular occupation. Although usually a prostitute refers to a woman offering sexual favors to men, male prostitutes may perform homosexual acts for money or receive payment from women for sexual services. A woman prostitute who is sent on a "date" to the hotel room or residence of a male customer is commonly referred to as a "call girl." (See: pander, panderer, prostitution)

See: betray, corrupt, deteriorate, misemploy, mistreat, pervert, pollute
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Rarely do legal and medical authorities attempt to intervene in a prostituted woman's life to help her escape her situation or deal with her addiction.
In the seventeenth century debate over infusing the nobility with the new rich, Angelo Michiel reinscribed the relation between the political economy, the microcosm of Venice, and the female body, arguing that Venetian "descendants would weep if 'this unstained Virgin' were prostituted to the basest kind of people" J.
MacKinnon places the dehumanization of women along a continuum of female submission - from visual appropriation of the female in pornography, to physical appropriation in prostituted sex, to forced sex in rape, to sexual murder.