Men go to strip clubs for a variety of different reasons.A majority of men interviewed described their relationships are stable and caring. They described themselves as "reasonably satisfied" and "reasonably satisfied". They also said the were committed to monogamy and chose strip clubs because they would not be expected or tempted to have sexual contact with the dancers. But they saw their relationships as stable and caring and believed their marriages would be considered "successful" to an outsider, describing themselves as "reasonably satisfied" with their relationships to "very much in love" with their wives. The men claimed to be committed to monogamy and that they chose strip clubs because they believed they would not be expected or tempted to have sexual contact with the dancers (7 ).
Researchers in Canada found that human trafficking in sex work isn't as prevalent as thought. Of the workers interview 89% were born in Canada and all the others had emigrated here from another high income country and are long term residence(8 ).
The lives of sex workers and motives for working in the field are varied and rarely follow the standard media script of morally lost and legally corrupt. Their lives and motives are much more complicated than that. Some sex workers and employers may follow the media portrayed script, but many, if not a multitude do not (9 ).
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Many studies that are used by local government that claim to show adverse secondary effects (like property depreciation and crime) of adult businesses are flawed (10 ).
Evidence that claimed to show a link between nude dancing and an increase in crime in Daytona Beach Florida was found to be seriously deficit (11 ).
A study by the Fulton County Police Department that was completed in 1997 found no increase in crime for establishments adult establishments that served alcohol. In other research adult establishments caused no diminution of property values or rents. (12 ).