The article discusses the tendency among men to patronize prostitutes. In the U.S., police officers detained about 78,000 people in 2007 for prostitution-related crimes, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Overall, an estimated 16 percent of men pay for sex in the U.S., according to a 2005 report. Some psychologists believe the practice serves as a salve for common psychological afflictions, such as an unfulfilled appetite for sex, love or romance. INSET: An Oppressive Act or a Harmless Game?.
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