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    women’s rights are not practiced anymore. A place where child trafficking is socially acceptable and renting a woman’s body is common. All of this may happen if we choose to legalize prostitution. I strongly believe that prostitution should not be legalized because of the effects it might bring to our society. Prostitution has been dubbed as the world’s oldest profession. Considering how long sex selling has been with us, it is still not legal in almost every country, and there are reasons why.…

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    that “the laws criminalizing prostitution are designed to protect society’s moral sanctity, regardless of any individual choice or will” (Rayborn 126). Rayborn flat out says there that law isn’t an individual choice but the moral code which the government is making for the United States and for the people. Our laws have moral theory behind them in order to protect others. In the case of murder, it is morally wrong because it diminishes of another person. However prostitution is not, whether one…

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    Many people are willing to take the risk to fight underage prostitution, so they can rescue victims and provide them safe environment. In the same article, Kimberly states, “One of the most obvious necessities, and a struggle encountered by victim service providers across the country, is finding appropriate, safe housing for victims, because simply too few protective shelters exist to fully meet the needs of this population” (184). In addition to the lack of shelters as Kimberly says, there are…

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    Who would actually want to legalize prostitution? It’s an invitation of sexually transmitted diseases, illegal drugs, and violence all at your door step! Now imagine your family waking up at any hour in the day and seeing an individual leaned over a car and shortly afterwards get in just to return and complete the cycle repetitiously. Or perhaps someone approaching you seeking money for drugs. Wild enough yet? How about your spouse infecting you with a sexually transmitted disease that you know…

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    Prostitution has been called the world’s oldest profession, but it’s one of the most controversial debates in America. Prostitution is a service industry in which women or men exchange consensual sexual favors given for money or other reward. It is prime time to legalize and regulate this part of American culture which will lead to the reduction of violence and keeping sex workers healthy. Safety is normally the number one concern for all prostitutes, but we 're not helping them by making…

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    Prostitution has been linked to increasing the risk of contracting STD’s most notably HIV. Sexually transmitted disease has been spreading out of control in the U.S. Irresponsible and unprotected sexual encounter only adds to the dilemma of eliminating this infections. Trafficked sex workers not only deal with this serious health risks, but also damage one’s mental, physical and emotional being. The physical abuse is extremely disturbing it is difficult to imagine that happening to a person.…

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    protect women, at an old or young age, from being involved in the white slave trade which was known for prostitution. Due to the non-strict preposition of this agreement, individuals believed that this agreement was put into place to maintain a certain amount of white…

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    Laws Against Prostitution

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    in a haunted house. Think about sneaking out of your house or taking a dollar from your mom’s purse. While they might be insignificant, these actions cause adrenaline to be released. Now imagine committing a much greater crime. Some laws against prostitution make it a breeding ground for more crimes to be committed. Jack Katz, the author of Seductions of Crime: Moral and Sensual Attractions in Doing Evil, gives a scenario about crime. “Two wealthy young men driving in a new red Firebird one of…

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    Benefits Of Prostitution

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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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    Prostitution is known as the practice or occupation of engaging in sexual activity with someone for payment. It's one of the most well known, untraditional jobs in the world and it has been sound for centuries. Many people view it as morally wrong and demanding to women, but for these women, it's just like any other job. For years now, sex works have been looked down on by society and told that they're not respecting themselves enough. They've been subject to physical and sexual assault and…

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