Women in Dubai

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Essay #: 058847
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Women in Dubai
Like most other conservative Arab nations, the status of women in Dubai is in flux, with the slow rise to some sort of equality with men still some way off. However, it must be noted that while native Dubai women may begin to see some improvement in their second-0class, subservient roles, women from outside the nation are seen (and used) as slaves, menial servants and prostitutes.
Until the recent economic meltdown, importing women from India, Pakistan and Eastern Europe was a lucrative area of the sex trade. One journalist demonstrate some of this: “(She) charted hundreds of journeys across countries in Europe and to the tiny emirate of Dubai in the Gulf, where the sex trade is booming, seemingly condoned by authorities,...
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