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20 In 1905, after more than 15 years of colonization in Eritrea, only 2,333 Italians lived there (incl (. ) 21 In May 1936 there were 330,000 Italian soldiers in the region. See Labanca , 2002, p. 189. 22 On prostitution in the Italian colonies in Africa, see Stefani , 2007, p. 130?143. See also the repr (. ) 23 Campassi , 1987, p. 239.
9 The number of Italians in the Horn of Africa, mostly men, grew during the Fascist period, especially during the 1930s. Of course, women were not the first reason for expatriation. At the time of the Italo?Ethiopian war, more than 50,000 unemployed men went to Eritrea to work on road construction and other public works.20 In 1935, hundreds of thousands of soldiers moved to Eritrea to take part in the war in Ethiopia.21 After the occupation of Ethiopia and the creation of the Empire in 1936, at the same time as the launch of a vociferous campaign against “mixed?race” unions and miscegenation, the Fascist government wanted to increase the Italian female population in Africa, and set up training courses in “preparation for the Empire” for women. The regime also wanted to send several professional Italian prostitutes to the colonies (it actually did so, in part).22 However, these projects mostly turned out to be failures and Italian women in Northeast Africa towards the end of the 1930s numbered, at the most, 10,000.23.
Madamato : Practices and legacies.
24 See for example Martini , 1946, I, and Paoli , 1908. 25 Throughout this article, I will use such “conventional” terms as prostitution, concubinage , marriag (. ) 26 Tabet , 2004, p. 158. 27 Stoler , 2002, p. 49, 50.
10 As revealed by colonial sources, ever since the beginning of Italian colonialism, concubinage between Italian men and Northeast African women was a widespread phenomenon in the Italian colonies in the Horn of Africa. 24 Italians would usually refer to colonial concubinage as madamato or madamismo , meaning by these expressions “something” that was neither marriage nor prostitution,25 and which could differ from one case to the other, in terms of feelings, objectives, abuse, and conditions experienced by partners involved in this kind of relationship. As Paola Tabet noted, “relations between sexes are globally impacted by economic transactions. And continuity – meaning a lack of dichotomy or separation between ‘good girls’ and ‘bad girls’, and relations of economic exchange characterized by shifting from one condition to the other, or even the coexistence of different roles and relations for one person – has become increasingly evident through recent researches.”26 Concubinage , in various colonial settings, was a nuanced and sometimes controversial notion that Ann Laura Stoler (referring to different colonial contexts) has described as follows: “ Concubinage was the prevalent term for cohabitation outside marriage between European men and Asian women. But the term ambiguously covered a wide range of arrangements that included sexual access to a non?European woman as well as demands on her labor and legal rights to the children she bore. […] Concubinage reinforced the hierarchies on which colonial societies were based and made those distinctions more problematic at the same time.”27.
28 On colonial concubinage in Eritrea and local sexual politics, see Barrera , 1996; Sorgoni , 1998. On (. ) 29 In 1898 in Asmara, Martini wrote: “Let’s stop with these ‘ madamas .’ Their use was tolerated: now de (. ) 30 Martini , 1946, I, p. 145. Before the 1929 Concordat, according to the Italian civil code, religious (. ) 31 Pollera , 1922, p. 73. See also Ambrogetti ’s 1900 booklet La vita sessuale nell’Eritrea , p. 5, 15, q (. ) 32 On the life and work of Alberto Pollera , see Sorgoni , 2001. Right before dying in 1939, even if it (. ) 33 Pollera , 1922, p. 73?85. As far as the cultural and intellectual background of these assumptions is (. )
11 Italians called Northeast African concubines madama (an ironic distortion of the French word Madame ) and used the term madamato only to refer to colonial concubinage in the Horn, while the term mabruchismo may have been applied to the much rarer form of concubinage that existed in colonial Libya.28 Before the Fascist regime (1922?1943), when Italians were still prone to spend years in Eritrea, colonial concubinage was usually tolerated by the colonial authority, although at the very end of the 19 th century, writer and politician Ferdinando Martini, Governor of Eritrea between 1897 and 1907, condemned such a practice in his diary.29 According to the same source, Eritrean women believed marriage with an Italian man was official if it conformed with their customs, while Italian men took part in the ceremony just for their own interest or for fun, without committing to it: “ I think we should tread carefully in celebrating these marriages that are only religiously binding. Perhaps the indigenous woman believes that civil and religious marriage are merged into the same ceremony, as is the case in her country. The white man knows that a church wedding does not have any effect according to the civil law. Thus, the white man can cheat, the native woman can be cheated on, and the latter will believe that the union is indissoluble, when it is certainly not the case”.30 Thus, on one hand (through Martini’s words), the male?colonialist discourse was able to negate women’s agency by stressing Northeast African women’s lack of self?consciousness. On the other hand though, the male?colonialist discourse would also assert itself by stressing another opposite and complementary aspect considered specific to colonized women: indeed, the colonizer’s assumption that concubines, courtesans, and prostitutes in colonial contexts were not stigmatized by their own society and the idea that they were, actually, naturally inclined to perform these (somewhat interchangeable) roles was generally widespread and persistent, and also applied to other colonial contexts. Other Italian colonial sources stressed the fact that “Abyssinian women” could be sexually free without being locally stigmatized “because here the freedom of women’s sexual mores has very ancient roots”.31 According to the colonial official and prolific ethnographer Alberto Pollera – who, himself, lived with two “ madamas ” and had several children he formally acknowledged32 – madamato , even if not the optimum coupling solution, was an “inevitability” for young Italians living in the Horn of Africa. According to colonial sources, this land, considered inappropriate for Italian brides, was inhabited by “Abyssinian women” who, thanks to their “Semitic ancestry,” were supposed to easily mate with Italian men and become their concubines.33.
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At one point, Jane Doe 1 escaped, but she called Carter for help when she got lost and ran out of money, officials said. He picked her up and beat her with belts and belt buckles, and she worked for him until he was arrested on Jan. 14, 2013, for causing a 13-year-old girl to travel from Los Angeles to Las Vegas for prostitution. Carter remained in prison until late 2013 for prostituting the 13-year-old while detectives amassed evidence in the case involving Jane Doe 1.
Much of the evidence was attained through electronic records, including prepaid credit cards that Carter allegedly used to place photos of Jane Doe 1 on websites that advertise sex services.
Federal agents obtained a search warrant to get access to Carter’s Facebook accounts, which used the name “Pi Birdd” and “Garr Birdd,” and found that he explicitly identified himself as a pimp.
According to court documents, Carter described himself on these sites as a “Cross Country Pimp” who was employed by “Pimpin International.”
Carter also wrote: “I’m one of the reallest pimps left in the game. #1 gardenas finest pimping birdd. don’t doubt it, try it hoe. dig that?”
He also posted photos of women in groups titled “Birdd’s Nest.” Several of the women sported tattoos of a bird with the letter “B” or the word “Birdd.”
In response to an increase in child sex trafficking, the Angeles County Probation Department began a program in 2011 to combat the problem after identifying 174 sexually trafficked youth in the county the year before. Education programs and other preventive measures have since begun.
Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, whose district includes Gardena, Hawthorne, Carson and Compton, among other areas, has been involved in marches against sex trafficking. The next one will take be at 9 a.m. Saturday along Western Avenue, beginning at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in south Los Angeles. The area is popular for pimps.
“We cannot ignore this issue any longer,” Ridley-Thomas said. “Simply put, our children are not for sale. Predators must be stopped and victims must receive needed services and help. It is my mission to continue on this effort to eradicate child sex trafficking from our communities.”
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The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children.
In the early years of the 21st Century gvnet.com/childprostitution/Honduras.htm.
Honduras, the second poorest country in Central America, has an extraordinarily unequal distribution of income and high unemployment. The economy relies heavily on a narrow range of exports, notably bananas and coffee, making it vulnerable to natural disasters and shifts in commodity prices; however, investments in the maquila and non-traditional export sectors are slowly diversifying the economy. [ The World Factbook , U.S.C.I.A. 2009]
CAUTION: The following links and accompanying text have been culled from the web to illuminate the situation in Honduras . Some of these links may lead to websites that present allegations that are unsubstantiated, misleading or even false. No attempt has been made to validate their authenticity or to verify their content.
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These girls, boys and teenagers are offered up as "merchandise" in brothels, photographed nude for Internet websites, or forced to perform in live sex shows. Most are poor, and all are utterly denied their right to a safe and happy childhood. In Honduras alone, between 8,000 and 10,000 girls and boys are the victims of sexual exploitation, according to a still unpublished Casa Alianza study conducted last year in Honduras , Guatemala and Nicaragua .
The Department of Labor’s 2004 Findings on the Worst Forms of Child Labor.
U.S. Dept of Labor Bureau of International Labor Affairs, 2005.
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INCIDENCE AND NATURE OF CHILD LABOR – There is evidence of child prostitution in Honduras , particularly in tourist and border areas. The U.S. Department of State reported that observers have identified over 1,000 victims in 2003. Honduras serves as a source and transit country for girls trafficked for commercial sexual exploitation. Honduran girls are trafficked internally and to the United States , Mexico , Guatemala , and other Central American countries for the purpose of prostitution. Children have also been reportedly trafficked to Canada for prostitution and the sale of drugs.
Human Rights Reports » 2005 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices.
U.S. Dept of State Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, March 8, 2006.
[accessed 8 February 2011]
TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS – Women and children were trafficked into Guatemala and also internally, most often from rural to urban settings. The commercial sexual exploitation of children was a serious problem. As of October Casa Alianza estimated that there were approximately 10 thousand children who were victims of some form of commercial sexual exploitation. The Office of the Special Prosecutor for Children conducted 30 operations jointly with the police, the Honduran Institute for Children and the Family (IHNFA), judges, and Casa Alianza , to rescue victims and arrest and prosecute those responsible for these victims’ exploitation.
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California Law Goes Into Effect Excluding Teen Prostitutes From Criminal Prosecution.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A controversial California bill that was signed into law this past September went into effect last week, exempting youth under the age of 18 from facing arrest and criminal charges for being involved in prostitution.
Senate Bill 1322 was introduced last year by Sen. Holly Mitchell, D-Los Angeles, and views teens and pre-teens involved in prostitution as being victims rather than criminals.
“Existing law makes it a crime to solicit or engage in any act of prostitution. Existing law makes it a crime to loiter in any public place with the intent to commit prostitution. This bill would make the above provisions inapplicable to a child under 18 years of age who is alleged to have engaged in conduct that would, if committed by an adult, violate the above provisions,” a summary of the legislation outlines.
Instead of arresting the teenager, the law directs that a police officer “who encounters a minor engaged in a commercial sex act shall report these circumstances as abuse or neglect of a minor to the county child welfare agency.” If the teen is considered to be in proximate danger, the Department of Social Services may place the young person into an environment that is deemed safe in order to get them off the streets.
“A commercially exploited child under this paragraph may be adjudged a dependent child of the court pursuant to … the Welfare and Institutions Code and may be taken into temporary custody … if the conditions allowing temporary custody without warrant are met,” the law reads.
Those who have illicit relations with a child under age 18 who prostitutes themselves will still face criminal penalties.
“The law is supposed to protect vulnerable children from adult abuse, yet we brand kids enmeshed in sex-for-pay with a scarlet ‘P’ and leave them subject to shame and prosecution,” Mitchell stated last year in outlining the purpose for the proposal.
However, some have expressed concern over the law, including Sen. Travis Allen, R-Huntington Beach.
“[T]eenage girls (and boys) in California will soon be free to have sex in exchange for money without fear of arrest or prosecution,” he wrote in a recent article for the Washington Examiner. “Pimping and pandering will still be against the law whether it involves running adult women or young girls. But legalizing child prostitution will only incentivize the increased exploitation of underage girls.”
But Mitchell, a Planned Parenthood supporter, contended in response that it is “categorically untrue” that her bill legalizes prostitution for minors, nor does it tie the hands of law enforcement. She says that she just doesn’t believe the right way to handle teens involved in prostitution is to put them behind bars or give them a criminal record.
“Being criminalized as opposed to being treated like a victim of rape through arrest, detainment and criminal charges is not how California treats victims of abuse. It would never occur to us to arrest a victim of rape or domestic violence to ‘keep them safe’ from their perpetrator,” Mitchell wrote. “SB 1322 will provide minor victims of human trafficking the same protection [as a rape victim].”
However, some opine that not all youth involved in prostitution are led into it by sex traffickers, as some might sell their bodies for cash of their own will.
“Not all minors involved in prostitution are victims. In fact any minor over age of 16 knows what’s going on and makes a choice to do so,” one opponent, identified only as Tallulah, remarked.
Mitchell says not so—that she views teens as victims in light of California’s age of consent.
“A ‘choice’? Since the legal age of consent remains 18, I disagree with you,” she Tweeted on Saturday.
Allen believes that Mitchell and Democrats mean well, but are misguided on the matter, as well as other issues.
“Do Brown and the Democrat politicians behind this wave of bad legislation mean well? I believe they do, but unfortunately they’re only succeeding in proving that the road to hell is paved with good intentions,” he wrote.
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California Law Goes Into Effect Excluding Teen Prostitutes From Criminal Prosecution added by Heather Clark on January 10, 2017.
No, it isn’t. It’s allowing exploited minors to go to the police for help without fear of arrest. Sexual activity with a minor is still against the law. And now those who do it will not be able to threaten minors by saying “what I made you do is illegal and you’ll be arrested if you tell anyone.”
best of intentions ….. but the outcome is the legalization of pedophilia ………
Incorrect. Minors are no longer criminally charged, but the Johns certainly are. The act is still illegal, it has only recategorized who the criminal is.
but “Johns” can now say to the children …… “you wont get in trouble, it is legal if YOU do it” …… and so the pattern is set and it IS legalized pedophilia ….. and they will be preyed upon even more so ………….
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