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    Prostitution is illegal in the United States and is part of modern society. It is a controversial topic in the United States and the number of prostitutes is steadily increasing every year. Prostitution gives prostitutes a job and money and they are also known as the word “whore” and “hooker.” The legalization of prostitution has become more of a topic the public talks about. Prostitution is advertised on the internet on multiple different sites that the law cannot regulate. The adolescents in…

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    profession which is a blot on society because it involves sex for money. Prostitution is termed immoral for the society. And according to feminist point of view, this is a profession of degradation of female, as they are being raped, robbed, and beaten. Many may differ a little with each other, but they have a same opinion that prostitution spreads STDs. And so in respect to this point, these firmly believe that prostitution should be banned or remain illegal in the society. Many other laws…

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    include prostitution, drug possession/usage, most white collar crimes, gambling, public drunkenness, vagrancy and pornography, just to name a few. These crimes are considered mala prohibita crimes because they are actions that are criminalized by statute or laws not because they are inherently evil. According to Matthew Lippman (2014), prostitution is defined as engaging in sexual intercourse or other sexual acts in exchange for money or other items of value (Lippman, 2014). Prostitution can…

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    Many people say that legalizing prostitution should happen, claiming that it will reduce crime, improve public health, increase tax revenue, and even help people out of poverty. With Nevada having made prostitution legal in 11 counties, many resort to that as the prime example of showing that prostitution being legal works. Despite all this, prostitution being legalized will create more problems than the problems it will fix. Legalizing prostitution would lead to a drastic increase in sexually…

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    people believe prostitution is a fountainhead of vice that leads to crimes like rape and adultery. However, prostitution is grounded in vital freedoms, and there will always be a market for it, thus prostitution legislation is necessary for our new colony. Our new colony should permit and regulate voluntary prostitution because legalizing prostitution requires the freedom of jurisdiction over your own body, freedom of privacy, and the right to attain justice. Voluntary prostitution is a…

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    Jane Dowe was a girl from Lorain County-suburb in Ohio who became addicted to heroin and forced into prostitution because of car accident when she was 14. In the accident her arm was shattered and she had six surgeries to fix it. She spent two weeks on morphine. Due to her pain, the hospital prescribed pain killers. She would take the pills until she needed a refill. When the prescription ended, she turned to the streets to support her addiction. When she could no longer afford the pills, she…

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    Women and Prostitution Right or Wrong Introduction In the articles “ Prostitution Demeans Women and Prostitution Can Benefit Women,” prostitution became the subject of great controversy. One side argues that prostitution is a choice and provides them with money, independence, dignity, and freedom. On the other side of the argument it, states that, prostitution promotes the demeaning of women and the way that women are seen as sex symbols and sexual gratifications. Prostitution has…

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    Selling Your Body: Legalizing Prostitution Should prostitution be legalized? Some people might ignore this topic, or consider it unimportant. It does not affect them so they pretend that it does not happen. But in all honesty prostitution is a big part of our society. Prostitution should stay illegal because legalizing it would increase sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and cases of sexual abuse and rape and promote repression of women by men. Anyone who does not want a real…

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    Science department at the University of Texas of the Permain Basin located in Odessa, Texas wrote the article "Legalization of Prostitution is a Violation of Human Rights". This article was written on June 1, 2011 and was published by the National Lawyers Guild Review. The intended audience is for the people who are looking to be enlightened on the subject matter of prostitution and trafficking around the world. There is evidence in this article that supports the interpretations made by the…

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    R. Majeed 12/7/14 Is prostitution ever morally justified? Discuss with reference to Lars O. Ericsson’s (1980) paper, ‘Charges Against Prostitution’ in Ethics. A myriad of definitions for prostitution exist, but simply put it’s the act of selling and buying sex. A second description is that it involves an exchange of money for sex between two people who have no legal, moral, or emotional attachment to one another (). There are many different modern day types of prostitution such as escorts,…

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