Not every prostitute deals with dangerous clientele. However, while prostitution is illegal, the majority of prostitutes must work for less financially stable clients which are statistically more prone to violent behavior. The rich clientele have been known for sexually and physically assaulting prostitutes but more often than not, the rich are more afraid of arrests than the less financially stable clientele (Datta and Post 28-30). In parts of Europe, prostitution has already been legalized but in the case of the Dutch, the legalization tremendously expanded the prostitution indus... ... middle of paper ... ...rks Cited Datta. Bishakla and Dianne Post.
Work Cited Leigh, Carol. "Labor Laws, Not Criminal Laws, Are the Solution." The New York Times 19 April 2012: Print/Web. Kelly, Patty. "Legalize prostitution."
Those have become legal already, now the question is why prostitution is still not legal. Legalizing prostitution promotes safety and reduces crime (mainly violence against women), puts more regulation on the prostitution industry, and generates economic profits. Let men be men. Legalize it Word Cited Barton, Robin. "Why Prostitution Should Be Legalized in the U.S.." The Crime Report - Your complete Criminal Justice source.
It is the most frowned kind of prostitution because it is done openly. The question is should prostitution be legalized in the US? The answer is yes, this is because, it will help eliminate all the vices related to prostitution. Opponents argue that, prostitution has health effects and that is the reason as to why it remains illegal in most parts of the United States. Prostitution has social economic, physical, and a number of mental implications.
Also, criminalization can dissuade sex workers from seeking help from authorities if they are raped, trafficked, or otherwise abused.” Therefore, sex workers are subjected to unfair treatment that could be prevented if this work was legalized and safe conditions were enforced. The author of "Counterpoint: Prostitution Should Be Legalized” states, “prostitution is legalized and regulated in a variety of developed nations throughout ... ... middle of paper ... ...an attempt to designate sexual work as an immoral action Works Cited Ahmed, Aziza. "Think Again: Prostitution." Foreign Policy. Jan/Feb 2014: 74.
But those plus the streets are where people are sold most often. There are many reasons and causes for sex trafficking. The factors behind sex traffic... ... middle of paper ... ...ll to hide it. Even though there are laws prohibiting sex trafficking, there are way too many causes to get it to be gone for good. Works Cited "Selling American Girls: The Truth About Domestic Minor Sex-Trafficking."