Legalization of Prostitution
"No person's human or civil rights should be violated on the basis of their trade, occupation, work, calling or profession.” (Prostitution Act of 1996) With this quote, we can clearly see that prostitution is a lifestyle and a pursuit of happiness, which is constitutional. Now through three points of analysis, this “so called problem” can be solved with just a few allegations. The first point of analysis is that if prostitution is legalized, it will open a job market and it will boost the economy by taxing said job market. Secondly, by it being legalized, we will be able to regulate the health of those individuals, therefore ridding the hysteria of HIV being spread by the masses. Thirdly, we will be able to track them if they go missing or have been killed, also so we can alert their family. By this method, we will be able to make one of the world's most oldest and dangerous professions safer. Prostitution is the provision of sexual services for negotiated payment between consenting adults. So defined, prostitution is a service industry like any other in which people exchange skills for money or other reward. (Prostitution Act of 1996) With that being said, legalizing prostitution will assure the rise in jobs and will put more people back to work. The economy has a huge deficit so with prostitution being legalized; it will ensure a more stable future for a majority of the population. It would be beneficial for the government by having the women who participate in prostitution to be taxed for their services, which will give the government more money. Also, by having prostitutes, we will need people to keep track of them, which will open up more jobs. By legalizing prostitution, it give us more jobs, it will bring in more money seeing that Japan and Thailand combined are bringing in over 60 billion dollars just from the sex industry. (The Stats Behind Prostitution) “HIV infection rates tend to be stratospheric among the nation's...
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