Skip to comments.What It Takes to Legalize Sex Work
Posted on 06/25/2014 1:33:37 PM PDT by Citizen Zed
For countries that choose to regulate prostitution, it remains a vexing question: Whats the best way to do it?
Canadas answer, as Colby Cosh writes in Macleans, is to put the concept of prostitution back into the Criminal Code. He adds: For decades, we had these leftover Victorian laws against living off the avails and keeping a bawdy house without any actual ban on prostitution itself. There are economic reasons to legalize sex work, too.
According to The Wall Street Journal (paywall), the sex trade contributed £5.3 billion (about $9 billion) to the British gross domestic product in 2014.
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Have them be elected and change the name from “prostitute” to “Senator” or “Representative.” Not only will it be legal for them to whore themselves out for money, but they will make a fortune doing it.
This immediate push for the Legalization of destructive vices seems to be coincide with the push to placate the “masses”...
And instead of only screwing one person at a time, they can screw millions of people all at once!
so many important and pertinent issues at hand, from government land grabs to crippling the coal industry, and the press is occupied with LBGT rights in Russia and Uganda and legalizing prostitution in flyover country.
worker’s rights issues to think of, like LGBTPDQ employment descrimination
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Just wait until those “workers” find out the protected class citizens also apply to clients.
Unfortunately for civilization, libertopians are winning on their top issues of sex and drugs for all.
France probably still has a way to regulate prostitution. I was assigned once on Shore Patrol to keep US Sailors out of the “off limits” North African section of Marseille France, and we had a French policeman along to accompany us. During that policeman’s break, we were with him in the police station bar and prostitutes were parading by in a nearby passageway to get their regular medical inspections.
Prostitution always involves a third anonymous party aka pimp. it is like spying on a conversation between two people, recording, without their consent.
How can feminists talk of privacy? Privacy is about following good people when one is not necessarily following the gospel, and it is not about “coming out” on abortion or homosexuality. This is when we start sponsoring a cult and promoting it. I do not wear the cross overtly on a uniform.
There always is some secret deal that the prostitute does not know or that the client does not know and that both do not know. This is what makes it prostitution instead of marriage, with the word “privacy for the chil” abused by the courts as really meaning “business privilege of the courts”.
Yeah, will they have to guarantee satisfaction with a money back pledge or a freebie? Will the pimp ask you to sign a waiver before services are rendered? So many questions. Kind of takes the excitement out of the whole proposition.
My money is on the "missionary position" by a slim margin............
The very phrases “sex work” and “sex industry” are propaganda to make something evil sound like an ordinary business.
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