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Contact Admin. More than half the population believes that men who pay for sexual services from prostitutes should be prosecuted under the law, according to a study conducted by the Authority for the Advancement of the Status of Women, a department of the Prime Minister's Office, published Wednesday.
Close to secular Israelis over the age of 18 were quizzed for the study, which was commissioned to gauge public perception of the world's oldest profession and towards the women working in the industry.
Under the current law, pandering, running a brothel and sex with a prostitute who is a minor are the only aspects of the sex industry that are illegal here. The act of prostitution and utilizing a prostitute's services are not viewed as criminal. However a private member's bill from Meretz MK Zehava Gal-On, which is currently making its way through the legislature, could succeed in making it illegal to pay for sex. In addition to the legal aspects, the survey showed that the Israeli public clearly recognizes the constraints forcing women into the country's sex industry.
Information published by the government office suggests that the majority of prostitutes have usually grown up surrounded by physical abuse, extreme violence and sexual abuse from within the family unit.
Despite understanding the hardships faced by prostitutes, only a little more than half the population said it was aware that the majority of women in the sex industry are forced into the work as teenage girls. Information released by the Prime Minister's Office indicates that most prostitutes start work between the ages of Most agreed that the state should take a stand against prostitution and felt that a woman could only break the cycle of prostitution with assistance from the government.