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Ciudad De Guatemala Quetzaltenango. Some of the women in the American Revolution who followed the Continental Army served the soldiers and officers as sexual partners. Prostitutes were a worrisome presence to army leadership, particularly because of the possible spread of venereal diseases. In the 19th century, parlor house brothels catered to upper class clientele, while bawdy houses catered to the lower class. At concert saloons , men could eat, listen to music, watch a fight, or pay women for sex. Over brothels existed in lower Manhattan. Prostitution was illegal under the vagrancy laws, but was not well-enforced by police and city officials, who were bribed by brothel owners and madams.
Attempts to regulate prostitution were struck down on the grounds that regulation would be counter to the public good. The gold rush profits of the s to attracted gambling, crime, saloons, and prostitution to the mining towns of the wild west. A brothel-keeper, Julia Bulette , who was active in the mining town of Virginia City , Nevada , was murdered in Thirty years before, in , the New York City courtesan Helen Jewett was murdered by one of her customers, gaining prostitution considerable attention.
The Lorette Ordinance of prohibited prostitution on the first floor of buildings in New Orleans. Some army officers, however, encouraged the presence of prostitutes during the Civil War to keep troop morale high. On August 20, , the U. General Robert S. Granger legalized prostitution in Nashville, Tennessee , in order to curb venereal disease among Union soldiers. The move was successful and venereal disease rates fell from forty percent to just four percent due to a stringent program of health checks which required all prostitutes to register and be examined by a board certified physician every two weeks for which they were charged five dollars registration fee plus 50 cents each time.
By the U. Civil War, Washington's Pennsylvania Avenue had become a disreputable slum known as Murder Bay, home to an extensive criminal underclass and numerous brothels. So many prostitutes took up residence there to serve the needs of General Joseph Hooker 's Army of the Potomac that the area became known as "Hooker's Division. Two blocks between Pennsylvania and Missouri Avenues became home to such expensive brothels that it was known as "Marble Alley. In , Anthony Comstock created the New York Society for the Suppression of Vice , an institution dedicated to supervising the morality of the public.
Comstock successfully influenced the United States Congress to pass the Comstock Law , which made illegal the delivery or transport of "obscene, lewd, or lascivious" material and birth control information. In , Congress passed the Page Act of that made it illegal to transport women into the nation to be used as prostitutes.
It included a brothel in the basement and 14 cribs suspended from the ceiling, called cages. In the late 19th century, newspapers reported that 65, white slaves existed. Around , the term " red-light district " was first recorded in the United States. From to , the Dumas Brothel in Montana was America's longest-running house of prostitution. New Orleans city alderman Sidney Story wrote an ordinance in to regulate and limit prostitution to one small area of the city, "The District", where all prostitutes in New Orleans must live and work.
The District, which was nicknamed Storyville , became the best known area for prostitution in the nation.
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Storyville at its peak had some 1, prostitutes and brothels. In , the Bureau of Investigation BOI, from , the FBI was founded by the government to investigate "white slavery" by interviewing brothel employees to discover if they had been kidnapped. Out of 1, prostitutes interviewed in one city, six said they were victims of white slavery. It also banned the interstate transportation of women for "immoral purposes".
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Its primary stated intent was to address prostitution and perceived immorality. The Supreme Court later included consensual debauchery, adultery, and polygamy under "immoral purposes". Prior to World War I , there were few laws criminalizing prostitutes or the act of prostitution. During World War I, the U. If found infected, a woman could be sentenced to a hospital or a "farm colony" until cured. By the end of the war 15, prostitutes had been imprisoned, the majority never being medically hospitalized.
In , the Chamberlain-Kahn Act which implemented the American Plan,  gave the government the power to quarantine any woman suspected of having venereal disease in modern terms, sexually transmitted infection or STI. A medical examination was required, and if it revealed to be VD, this discovery could constitute proof of prostitution. The purpose of this law was to prevent the spread of venereal diseases among U.
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On January 25, , an anti-prostitution drive in San Francisco attracted huge crowds to public meetings. At one meeting attended by 7, people, 20, were kept out for lack of room. In a conference with Reverend Paul Smith, an outspoken foe of prostitution, prostitutes made a plea for toleration, explaining they had been forced into the practice by poverty.
The police closed about houses of prostitution shortly thereafter. The National Venereal Disease Control Act, which became effective July 1, , authorized the appropriation of federal funds to assist the states in combating venereal diseases. Appropriations under this act were doubled after the United States entered the war. The May Act,3 which became effective with its signature by the President, July 11, , armed the federal government with authority to suppress commercialized vice in the neighborhood of military camps and naval establishments in the United States.
The May Act, which became law in June , intended to prevent prostitution on restricted zones around military bases. It was invoked chiefly during wartime. Military Sex Education. Mortensen vs. United States , in , ruled that prostitutes could travel across state lines, if the purpose of travel was not for prostitution. Conditions for sex trade workers changed considerably in the s.
The combined oral contraceptive pill was first approved in for contraceptive use in the United States. In , New York City eliminated license requirements for massage parlors. Many massage parlors became brothels. In , the Mustang Ranch became Nevada's first licensed brothel, eventually leading to the legalization of brothel prostitution in 10 of 17 counties within the state. In time, Mustang Ranch became Nevada's largest brothel, with more revenue than all other legal Nevada brothels combined.
By World War II , prostitutes had increasingly gone underground as call girls. In , the New York madame Xaviera Hollander wrote The Happy Hooker: My Own Story , a book that was notable for its frankness at the time, and considered a landmark of positive writing about sex. Carol Leigh , a prostitute's rights activist known as the "Scarlot Harlot," coined the term "Sex worker" in It was based on the real-life Texas Chicken Ranch brothel. The play was the basis for the film starring Dolly Parton and Burt Reynolds. In , "Hollywood Madam" Heidi Fleiss was convicted in connection with her prostitution ring with charges including pandering and tax evasion.
Her ring had numerous wealthy clients. Her original three-year sentence prompted widespread outrage at her harsh punishment, while her customers had not been punished.
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She became known as the Mayflower Madam. In , U. The House of Representatives voted to reprimand him. Ted Haggard , former leader of the National Association of Evangelicals, resigned in after he was accused of soliciting homosexual sex and methamphetamine. Randall L. Tobias , former Director of U. Foreign Assistance and U. Agency for International Development Administrator, resigned in after being accused of patronizing a Washington escort service. Senator from Louisiana David Vitter acknowledged past transgressions after his name was listed as a client of "D.
Madam" Deborah Jeane Palfrey 's prostitution service in Washington.