The data shows a perverse radiography of the reality of Spanish society and the Canary Community. Prostitution-trafficking It is one of the three most important illegal businesses and that moves more money on the planet. And Spain is, along with Thailand and Puerto Rico, on the list of countries where prostitution is most consumed and people are moved for sexual exploitation.
The Canary Islands is one of the national communities that lives the most that problem and where it seems to be more invisible. According to the report on prostitution in the Islands, 'Social perception of prostitution of women and analysis of prostitution demand in the Canary Islands', Three thousand women practice prostitution in this autonomous community, carrying out a normalized and banalized activity. The investigation, carried out by the professor of sociology at the University of La Laguna, Esther Torrado, It is the largest sample of surveys carried out in Spain on prostitutes and men who pay for a sexual service.
This study reveals how society has normalized sexual violence as a service, confirmed by "4 out of 10 men, who pay for sex". He also states that many men relate prostitution to leisure and that the age-of-consumption percentiles, both in supply and in demand, are lower.
But, in addition, prostitution joins another problem that has studied Lluís Ballester, doctor of Sociology and Philosophy, Professor at the University of the Balearic Islands, in 'New pornographies and changes in interpersonal relationships'. This research highlights the increase in the consumption of porn in young people, who begin to see it at age 8, perverting their sexual educational process.
These are the main issues that will be addressed in the 'Against trafficking for sexual exploitation purposes', organized by the Daniela Oblatas de Canarias Program this Monday, September 23, at the Casa de Colón in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, starting at 10.30 a.m. A talk, with a round table, held on the occasion of the International Day against Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking in Persons.
The event will also involve influencers and youtubers, Towanda Rebels, that with their characteristic way of communicating, the 'Myths about Prostitution' will chat with the attendees; as well as Begoña Vera Guanche, conductor of the space on Equality of 'Hoy por Hoy Las Palmas' by La SER, 'El Aquelarre'.