Child Prostitution

The Child prostitution may be a prostitution involving a toddler and it’s a sort of commercial sexual exploitation of youngsters. The term normally refers to prostitution of minors, or persons under the majority of consent. The cause and effect of prostitution include physical injuries like gynaecological problems, emotional trauma. Addiction issues and psychological state problems like depression, eating disorders, suicidal ideation and self-harm. e. Child prostitution like other sorts of child sexual assault isn’t only a explanation for death and high morbidity in millions oof children. Child prostitution has been controversial. Nowadays child prostitution goes to be legalised. Ambivalent attitudes towards child prostitution are a part of the feminist discussion for over a century. In U.S.A. legal penalty for participating in prostitution of youngsters includes 5 to twenty years in prison. Prostitution is prohibited under Tai law but Karaoke bars and bars and massage parlours are often registered as a traditional legal business.

Causes of Child Prostitution


The principal cause of prostitution is poverty. Parents often feel obligated to sell their children to pimps because their low salary does not allow them to meet the needs of their family. Poverty also becomes a cause of abandonment. This rejection forces children to leave their family environment to become street children. Vulnerable and in need of money, they are the main targets of operators who promise them work and remuneration.


Prostitution is a very lucrative activity compared to local salaries.

In Kenya, for example, a sexual encounter with a young girl under the age of 16 can cost around twenty euros. 

Consequences for the Child

Child prostitution leads to negative effects on the wellbeing and mental health of the child later on in life, since they frequently become pimps themselves.

Access to Services

Sexually exploited children are uneducated children. Rejected by their relatives and marginalised by society, they have little access to healthcare and suffer extremely unhygienic conditions.

The spread of AIDS

Prostitution promotes the spread of HIV since numerous clients refuse to have protected sexual encounters with a child. The children are therefore vulnerable to many sexually transmitted infections.

Physical and Psychological illness

On a physical level, the damage to children includes vaginal tearing, physical after-effects of torture, pain, infection, or unwanted pregnancy.

On a psychological level, the child can also show many symptoms, such as depression, personality or sexual orientation confusion, problems with behaviour (aggressiveness or anger), trouble sleeping, loss of self-confidence, mistrust or hatred towards adults.

From all the analysis part from the research it’s found that the kid prostitution may be a global problem. Minor girls are affected in child prostitution. Children physical and psychological condition is very bad. Every part of the planet is suffering from child prostitution.

Aishwarya Says:

I have always been against Glorifying Over Work and therefore, in the year 2021, I have decided to launch this campaign “Balancing Life”and talk about this wrong practice, that we have been following since last few years. I will be talking to and interviewing around 1 lakh people in the coming 2021 and publish their interview regarding their opinion on glamourising Over Work.

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