Migration, Prostitution, Frauenhandel
Von der »Verschiebung« des Liebesaktes wechselseitiger Annerkennung
Schlagworte:Migration, Prostitution, Menschenhandel, Europa, Rassismus, Sexismus
The efficiency of the United Nations Convention for the Supression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others is discussed within the context of the significance of exchanging women between men for the symbolic order. German politics to prostitution is regarded in a wider context of the gender contract in the state. The discourse of inner security, which dominates the public debate about trafficking in women as a form of female migration, invites the author to reflect the moral charakter of interests, frontiers and trans-alliances, of splittings and blindings.