It is claimed that legalization will create safer work environments in a lot of ways. Prostitutes would be treated as any other worker and would therefore receive benefits. Facilities also tend to mean cleaner working spaces and taking prostitutes off the streets. Prostitution is a sexual career that has not been solved and that has always surface, so instead of alienating the workers they need to be protected by the law. Catherine Healy, National Co-ordinator of the New Zealand Prostitutes Collective accounts that “[s]ince the change in the law, people feel they can approach the police and report violence.
With the current statistics on HIV/AIDS and other STD’s with prostitutes, the implements of brothels and proper testing we can help reduce the spread of these diseases. The current brothels implemented in southern Nevada have given us fair statistics on the happiness of the worker, owner, and can leave a consumer safe knowing he wouldn’t be at risk of any STD’s. Businesses are protected and regulated by the federal government and this has given safety nets to the business person and the consumer, why shouldn’t prostitution also be treated as a
If Nevada where to legalize prostitution most of the prostitutes, in Nevada would not be any safer than when prostitution was illegal. There would be a rise in criminal activity and increase in human trafficking. There are many different opinions involved if legalizing prostitution in the State of Nevada. Supporters of legalization of prostitution in Nevada feel women will be safer, and there would be no spread of sexually transmitted diseases. Opponents for legalizing prostitution believe that prostitution is a victimless crime, with both parties agreeing to participate.
Prostitution has been called the world’s oldest profession but it’s one of the most controversial debates in America. Prostitution is the provision of sexual services for negotiated payment between consenting adults. So defined, prostitution is a service industry in which people exchange sexual favors for money or other reward. It 's high time to legalize and regulate this part of American culture which will lead to reduction of violence and keeping sex workers healthy. Safety is normally number one for all prostitutes and brothel owners, because a safe location is better for business but we 're not helping them by making consenting sex work a crime.
By regulating these acts, the government would benefit as well as the prostitutes and their clients. There are several major reasons why prostitution should be legal. The first reason is, legalizing prostitution would improve the health of prostitutes and their clients. Trapp states, that this would allow for sexual acts to occur in safe and clean environments instead of on the unsanitary streets. Also, laws would be passed that working prostitutes must receive regular health checks and use condoms to pr... ... middle of paper ... ...-pros-and-cons-of-legalized- prostitution-and-whether-the-legalization-should-spread-to-reno-las-vegas-and-beyond/>.
Regulating brothels and pimps can enable prostitutes to report abuse, both emotionally and physically, to authorities without their choice of practice be judged or dehumanized because of their choice of work. Upon keeping prostitution illegal, the sex workers have a greater chance of being forced to sleep with someone without protection because there is nothing protecting them, legalizing it would allow the state to oblige the use of condoms thus decreasing the likelihood of the spread of diseases. A great example of the benefits of legalizing prostitution is Germany in which the next 10 years there was a 10 percent decrease in
Prostitution should be a business where a service is offered for a price. Although that has yet to be proven, prostitution is a business that is recession proof. If a movie theater can withstand a recession prostitution should be better off. Instead of the benefits of a criminal, with prostitution a legal business, prostitutes can have all the benefits of a working citizen. Unions would probably be the best enforcer of the industry.
Brothel prostitution takes place in brothel houses, which are houses where prostitutes can sell sexual services. This kind of prostitution is illegal in all parts of America, except in some counties in Nevada for example; Douglas County, Clark County, Carson City, Washoe County, and Lincoln County. Another form of prostitution is escort prostitution. This is always considered as entertainment, and massage services. It is supposed to be heavily regulated, but unfortunately, it is not because, in many counties where it is practiced, the only difference between escort and street prostitution is a phone call away.
This would increase the quality of police protection, reduce waste in the judicial system, decrease the spread of sexually transmitted diseases, and increase federal tax revenue. By legalizing and regulating the act of prostitution, the spread of sexually transmitted diseases (STD’s) will decrease. Opponents of legalization believe that STD’s will increase substantially. However, licensed brothels will be required to enforce testing for STD’s. Implementing weekly sexually transmitted disease testing for all licensed workers will reduce the likeliness of spreading diseases to multiple partners.
Proposers for criminalization argues that decriminalizing prostitution protects the pimps, but not only that it will also protect women sex workers. Decriminalization will protect sex workers from exploitation, trafficking and violence from these pimps. Laws will be passed against all these brutal acts against women sex workers which will deter men clients and pimps from doing any devious act against prostitutes. In the article “Buying Sex Should Not Be Legal” by Rachel Moran stated that, in the US prostitution is worth at least $14 billion a year. Moran said, “Most of that money doesn’t goes to these girls,” but if is was legal the law enforcement and the government would also protect workers from being underpaid and