Prostitution just may be the answer for some, if someone has something to offer that only they can offer at the time and it helps them that should be their choice. Create regulations just like every other country that feels this way. Legalization could even be good for the economy, with registered prostitutes that could possibly mean more taxes flowing to the government, less government welfare assistance, just being able to pay your own bills, along with a host of other advantages.
Of all the things changing in the world, such as watching the Rose Bowl Parade and having same sex couples to be married atop a float to the likes of same sex couples to be wed at
the Grammy Awards, is prostitution something we really want to argue or continue to criminalize. Who says it is wrong and why should it be, nothing else is anymore.
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...at one does with their own body wastes not only valuable police protection in other ways and areas, as well as the tax payer’s money and in some cases time when they have to show up for jury duty. Criminalizing prostitution creates negative externalities all around.
100 Countries and Their Prostitution Policies (2014). ProCon.Org Retrieved January 26, 2014 from http://prostitution.procon.org/view.resource.php?resourceID=000772
Prostitution, Pimping, and Pandering Laws in Nevada (2014). Criminal DefenseLawyer.com Retrieved January 26, 2014 from http://www.criminaldefenselawyer.com/resources/prostitution-pimping-and-pandering-laws-nevada.htm
Patty, K. (2008) paying for sex is common. Mexico has decriminalized it. So should the U.S. Legalize prostitution Retrieved January 27, 2014 http://articles.latimes.com/2008/mar/13/opinion/oe-kelly13
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