all essentially refering to thoose who exchamge sex for anything of their choice, commonly money but not solely limited to money. according to dictionary.com
prostitute is a term available to us since "1520s, meaning 'to offer to indiscriminate sexual intercourse (usually in exchange for money),'"
or according to urbandictionary.com
"prostitute: A women who sells her body to a variety of creeps, low-lifes and degenerates. The majority of her wages goes directly to her abusive scumbag pimp who takes pride in the fact that he arranges for her to be degraded at the expense of scum."
But who, if anybody, is really qualified to label, describe, or limit a life style if not a the person themself. By legalizing Prostitution we can closely regulate the sex work industry while enhancing their working conditions.
An article in the US National Library of Medicine assures that there are "At least 25 types of sex work were identified" most of which the law is not trying to stop, they turn the other way and dont protect the forced sex workers.
But even if they did, have you ever wondered what will happen to thoose who willingly sell their bodies to others?
wont they just continue doing it, and who are we to stop them?
in order to prevent people from being forced into sex work we have to work alongside sex industries to help and regulate the unknown world of prostitution.
according to CNN.com
"experts estimate 1 million to 2 million prostitutes work in the United States" from which "FBI's 2007 Uniform Crime Report lists (only) about 78,000 arrests for prostitution"
if a world wide known goverment agencie design to investigate and stop the violations of federal laws has not made an impact in stoping sex work then why not find an alternative to simply get rid of the negative 'side effects' of sex work.
3 common side effects are:
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