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None of this existed in your time, did it, Jesus? Drugs are prohibited, but they circulate. Check out those young girls over there. If you were walking alone, without me at your side, they would already have approached you. Nowadays some people talk about them as sexual workers. They were poor, abandoned women who needed to buy food for their children. Others were held as slaves and unable to escape.
In the pictures and other images she always appears as the great sinner weeping at your feet. Anyway, returning to our topic… In your group … did any prostitutes belong? Society looked on them as the last of the last, so they had no trouble understanding the good news. They joined our movement. But those same men who condemned the women as impure during the day used to go looking for them at night. What hypocrites! In my country the police arrest and punish not the prostitutes, but the clients.
MONA We offer them opportunities for work and rehabilitation if they want it. You heard her, Jesus. Are they ladies of the night, sexual workers, or victims of gender discrimination? Reporting from Nazareth, this is Rachel Perez. Exclusive interviews with Jesus Christ in his second coming to Earth. But not by Jesus, who spoke of them and held them up as models of openness to his liberating message. Mary Magdalene Mary Magdalene was not a prostitute, even though she has traditionally been depicted as such in the history of Christianity.
And now, as Rachel tells Jesus, we repent of our error. Is it not slavery? We share with our readers some of her ideas and reflections on the drama of prostitution. I had interviewed many prostitutes and pimps, but till that moment nobody had spoken to me so graphically of the drama of the human being who sells herself and thus submits her existence to a dualism, a schizophrenia that in practice divides her body in two.
Understanding prostitution as a form of slavery leads us necessarily to recognize that such a practice is not an isolated tragedy. All acts of sexual violence, whatever they may be, are carefully interconnected with economic structures of domination which seek to disguise the sexual practice or render it invisible and which diffuse or confuse prejudices, according to the morality at work.