I have often wondered what the problem with prostitution was; the act of selling sex is between the two participating in the act. I have heard many times how it hurts families, being the wives and children. Would it be better if it was free sex with another person where there were feelings involved? It seems to me, if a man or woman goes elsewhere in search of sex with no feeling that is better than a co-worker or other. Furthermore, many wants and needs are fulfilled throughout life; cars are bought that families cannot afford even homes and other indulgences why not sex? I have sold sex to my partner several times, whether it was for a washing machine, jewelry I just had to have or even vacations. We as women do it all of the time, it may not be on the street or in a licensed brother, but I ask how many times has your partner said “what’s in it for me” and the charm was turned on and the good night began.
Prostitution just may be the answer for some, if someone has something to offer that only they can offer at the time and it helps them that should be their choice. Create regulations just like every other country that feels this way. Legalization could even be good for the economy, with registered prostitutes that could possibly mean more taxes flowing to the government, less government welfare assistance, just being able to pay your own bills, along with a host of other advantages.
Of all the things changing in the world, such as watching the Rose Bowl Parade and having same sex couples to be married atop a float to the likes of same sex couples to be wed at
the Grammy Awards, is prostitution something we really want to argue or continue to criminalize. Who says it is wrong and why should it be, nothing else is anymore.
Fifty percent of countries have legalized prostitution in some form or another. Many of these countries have legalized prostitution by way of brothels and others have legalized prostitution completely. Prostitution, the act of selling sex has become more and more decriminalized over the years. Some of the major countries which have decriminalized sex for sale only through what are known as Brothels, these countries include places just to name a few, such as; Argentina, Armenia, Belgium, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, France, Germany, Mexico, Canada and Nevada, (USA) and many, many more.
Argentina feels "The private actions of people that do not offend in any way the public order and morality, nor damage a third person, are only reserved to God, and are exempt from the authority of the magistrates." Argentina has also criminalized Brothels and Pimping. Like many other countries having criminalized Brothels and Pimping, because they do not believe others should exploit or benefit from the wages earned through the sales. Many of the countries who have legalized prostitution also feel brothels and pimping exploit the sex workers; the law prohibits inducing, facilitating, promoting, giving incentives to a person to work as a...