IT is common knowledge that no woman can engage in prostitution unless a male client is involved.
Yet every time a case of prostitution occurs, it is only the woman who is charged and usually found guilty.
The woman’s role in prostitution is always highlighted by the media. Can the media and the authorities explain why the male clients are not, or rarely charged, for their involvement in buying the services of women?
The case is similar to gambling that needs more than one player and all must charged and not just single out one player.
Gender bias is illustrated very clearly in the case of prostitution.