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We provide book publication, research publication, book chapters publication, conference proceedings publication services to scholars, editor pen2print. Commercial sex work or prostitution has been an age-long social vice and all government policies including legislations aimed at its eradication have proved abortive.
The more punitive the measure, aimed at preventing prostitution, the more the situation increases. Commercial sex work has transcended the brothels and the streets into every facet of the society. This situation implies that forceful means of preventing prostitution does not solve the problem; rather any measure towards curbing the phenomenon of commercial sex work in Nigeria should be directed to meet the social and economic needs of the practitioners.
This paper focuses on reviewing literatures on the concept, causes and forms of prostitution. The paper adopted the functionalist theory as an underpinning to explain the phenomenon of commercial sex work. Recommendations were proffered on ways of preventing commercial sex work in Nigeria. Commercial sex work is an age long profession. It is basically the practice of providing sex for money or other material and non-material benefits. It is not restricted to any culture as it is a global trend that transcends all age barriers and in some cases girls as young as eight years are involved.
Commercial sex has evolved over the last two decades, National Behaviour Survey According to the National Behaviour Survey , commercial sex work is not restricted to females alone, it has indeed become complex in different ways as there are male sex workers in Nigeria who have sex with men for commercial reasons.
Commercial sex work is both historical and cultural, with every culture adopting her own standards and attitudes. From ancient history, concubines and courtiers lived in the same house with the wife and often had the same rights Jenness, In these temples, sacred prostitution was a common practice where kings established their legitimacy by taking part in the ceremony for one night on the tenth day of the New Year.