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    multiple other programs affects the U.S. population in a highly negative manner. Nonetheless, such actions have been taking and are currently being taken by the government in order to slow down the rate of increase of the U.S. national debt. However, there are other methods of decreasing and eventually paying off the debt that would not impair the nation. Prostitution and marijuana are highly controversial topics in current day United States; nevertheless, they could…

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    The legalization of prostitution in the United States would make the profession safer, more profitable and more socially acceptable for all parties involved. Often dubbed “the world’s oldest profession”, prostitution is nothing more than a manual labor job that has been wrongfully stigmatized by society as iniquitous. The stereotyping of prostitution, otherwise known as escorting, only perpetuates the risqué, unsafe, and shameful conditions of said act. Escorting in the United States is…

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    Prostitution has been known as “the world’s oldest profession” for a reason – it has been around since the beginning of time, and no matter how many legal bans the government imposes upon prostitution and related activities, it will never cease to exist. There will always be people willing and able to pay to get their sexual needs fulfilled, and the government, instead of spending money arresting sex workers and trying to regulate prostitution, should legalize it and enjoy the beneficial…

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    Not many people know that prostitution is legal in Canada, France, and Mexico regulated, or not (Liberator). Legalizing prostitution is a way for it to be regulated, and a clean business. Prostitution should be legalized because it would boost the economy, it lowers the rate of STDs, and make it safer in every way. Legalizing prostitution should be considered an option, especially when it could boost the United States economy. When prostitution is illegal, it usually just sparks the…

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    Prostitution has been called “the world’s oldest profession”. It has been around for many years. It involves commercial sex, where men or women are making a living by having sexual intorcorse with each other. Legalizing prostitution can solve lots of problems but it’s unlikely that those old white people in Washington are going to make the change. Reality check children! If whoring around has been here this long, I mean come on guys it's 2015 it ain't going nowhere. Sex workers in Nevada make…

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    The Worlds Oldest Profession Prostitution can be a broad term; Webster Dictionary defines the term prostitution as, “the act or practice of engaging in promiscuous sexual relations especially for money”. Prostitution is known as the worlds oldest profession, according to ProCon.org it dates back as early as 2400 B.C. where the Sumerian word for prostitution appears in the earliest lists of professions. In 18th century B.C. a civilization apparently found the need to protect women’s rights…

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    Prostitution is considered the world’s oldest profession and has been around for many centuries. In the ancient world, prostitution was often sacred and the women who practiced it were considered goddesses in their times. In this century, our opinions of women and now men who pursue prostitution as a career have changed, and we no longer see it as secret, but something that is forbidden and frowned upon by many people around the world. Some of the many benefits of having prostitution being…

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    Decriminalization of Prostitution In the United States, 49 states declare prostitution illegal, Nevada being the exception (“Sex Offender Attorney”). Prostitution is a subject that questions society’s morality. Prostitution, according to Merriam Webster Dictionary, is defined as: “The practice or occupation of engaging in sexual activity with someone for payment”. Should those who choose to sell their body for money have the right? Prostitution, for those who willingly choose to do so, should be…

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    participated in prostitution, or the exchanging of sex for money. There are an estimated 1 to 2 million prostitutes in the United States alone, and everyday, more women and children are added into the mix (Chen). When people think of prostitutes, they picture girls with very little self-respect, standing on corners. In this paper we will analyze the different views on the matter of prostitution. For this project we researched the historical, political, cultural/social, ethical, philosophical,…

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    published his work on state political culture Nevada was an Individualistic state, and still is today. A state that is considered Individualistic has the following characteristics: government is viewed as an extension of the marketplace, government provides people with services they want, but do not interfere with the people’s private lives, politics are ran like a business, and the politicians are well-paid business men and women (Smith and Greenblatt 14). Nevada is an Individualistic state…

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