Third, the physical health of prostitutes and their clients would be at a much smaller risk if prostitution was legal. Physical injuries would be almost non-existent, with body guards watching over the prostitutes. To stop these body guards of doing what they wanted they would be employed by the owner of the business instead of the prostitute themselves. So instead of the prostitute giving the orders the body guard, his job would be to prevent physical injuries to the prostitute. If he violated that basic principle he would be fired. A safe place for prostitutes would be provided, no more dark allies or behind the dumpster. Security cameras in the room could be a possibility as well. With all these steps taken to prevent harm to the prostitutes, most people wouldn’t even consider doing anything to harm them because the repercussions it could have on them. Also a brothel might consider having employee health care, something that would be impossible for illegal prostitutes.
Forth, the protection against STD’s would be extremely high with government regulations in play. Clients could be forced to wear condoms when they are with the