But Doug does have a point in saying that a large number of the problems arising from the trade probably have their roots in the opportunities presented to other criminals by the fact that the business is illegal.
I wonder what the United States Supreme Court would say if the same question was put to them?
When they make three times more then a full days work at minimum wage, in an hour.
Fourth anticipated response: Prostitution is illegal because prostitutes are women who are forced into the profession.But this effectively put the prostitutes back out on the street.The demand is obviously there, has been for all of recorded history and is unlikely to go away any time soon.And with the recent redefinition of marriage, to ME it looks like we no longer care about the definition of marriage, and so why protect.(like you showed for nevada).I think its been fairly well established that the lives of real life prostitutes are rarely if ever the Cinderella romance tales of the hooker with a heart of gold described in Pretty Woman or Risky Business.(2) If we are trying to protect marriages, then why do we have unilateral no-fault divorce?It is very hard to force some one to work in an industry that is regulated.So is the goal for us to continue to suppress the activity as much as possible or to bring it out of the shadows, make it as safe as possible for those plying the trade and eliminate the profit motive for those who would exploit.
Fifth anticipated response: Legalizing prostitution will significantly damage our culture and our society.
Seems like most of them are introverts or have anxiety, supported by a drug addiction.
But from the small L libertarian point of view, Ive always had to ask what business the government has to tell someone that they cant engage in that kind of commerce if its entirely consensual and results in the worker in question turning a profit.
Whores deal with a lot of unhealthy emotions.
The prohibitions all heighten the risks.
Takes a lot of work and time to quit that kind of life.The traditional objections to legalization are that that prostitution is often a profession that women are forced into, often when they are underage, and that it involves a significant amount of violence, force, and victimization.Depressed clients, abusive clients, etc.(3) If we are trying to protect marriages, then why is it so easy to file for a divorce?A lot of them go back into the business, due to loneliness of not being the center of someones attention.Furthermore, the police are the enemy of prostitutes.Same with plenty of other ladies.It was intended to eliminate the practice of pimps controlling the prostitutes and taking their money.Google says i have like seven.While i agree there are plenty of women forced into the sex trade as slaves, that does not (not should it 'paint all women in the industry as sex slaves.Much of those negative impacts, of course, are arguably an outgrowth of the fact it is illegal in most places.To much could go wrong with a government run program.
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