Lastly, let's touch on the issue of legalization. On average surveys, 70 percent of men said they would vote to legalize prostitution, meanwhile
60 percent of women said they would vote to keep prostitution illegal.
Now it's pretty obvious why women want to keep prostitution illegal.
Women use sex as a weapon to control men. So it would disrupt the
economics of women's control over sex if prostitution was legalized,
because then MEN would have control over WHO they want to have sex with
and WHEN. Forget all those arguments about morality, the REAL reason
women want to keep prostitution illegal is so that they can CONTINUE to control men with sex. In effect, women are like a mafia that is
desperate to keep control of the sexual marketplace. If prostitution was legal, men would be a lot less inclined to put up with women's bull****
just to get sex from them, when they can go pay for sex from a much more attractive woman and without all the hassles and drama that dating and
normal women bring.
What about STDs some of you might say? Well the whole STD scare is
mostly a MYTH that has been blown way out of proportion by feminists and conservative religious leaders in order to scare men away from having
sex. In reality, the rate of transmission of AIDS is 1 out of 700 during heterosexual sex. That is, if a man had penis to vagina intercourse with
an AIDS-infected woman, it would take 700 times on average before he
would contract it. The only way people get AIDS is through using needles
to inject drugs, or having anal sex, especially with homosexuals. So the whole AIDS thing is a huge scare, a MYTH, that has been blown way out of proportion.
What about Herpes? Well studies show that 80% of the US population
already has Herpes in one of it's forms, so that is not really an
The only other STD that you would have to worry about is Chlamydia, and
it can be easily cured within 3 days with antibiotics.
Now, that is UNPROTECTED sex. If you are using condoms to have sex with,
then the chances of getting any of these STDs becomes less than zero.
And that includes oral sex as well. Most prostitutes will insist that
you always use a condom, even during oral sex. So as long as you are
using condoms, then STDs are nothing you should even remotely worry
So what are some of the main reasons why prostitution should be
1. If prostitution was legal, it would reduce the STD transmission rate
by about 50% amongst prostitutes.
2. If prostitution was legal, it would reduce rape by at least 150%.
Many studies have shown that legal prostitution reduces rape, sexual
assault, and other sex crimes by a lot. The same studies have shown that legal prostitution reduces the STD rate amongst the general population
by about 50%.
3. The real number of human trafficking victims in the prostitution
industry is actually less than 5%. But if prostitution was fully legal,
the tiny number of women who are forced into prostitution involuntarily
would be able to go to the poliec to get help and escape from their
pimps. Keeping prostitution illegal hurts prostitutes the most, so it's
funny how feminists want to keep prostitution illegal and yet at the
same time claim they care about women's health and women's rights.
Feminism is nothing but the biggest pile of bull**** hypocrisy the world
has ever seen.
4. Feminists say "my body, my choice". So if 95% of prostitutes are VOLUNTARILY engaging in prostitution, then why should those women have
the RIGHT to choose what to do with their own bodies, even if that
includes trading sex for money? What right does the government or anyone
else have to tell two consenting adults that they cannot exchange money
5. It would save a lot of money and resources from our police and
government. Tens of millions of dollars a year are wasted by our police
and government arresting and putting prostitutes in jail. If
prostitution was LEGAL, on the other hand, and taxed and regulated, it
would bring in tens if not hundreds of millions of dollars a year in tax revenue for our government, as well as freeing up valuable police time
for REAL crimes like rape, theft, murder, assault, etc.
6. If prostitution was legal, prostitutes would have legal rights and
would not longer get taken advantage of by pimps and other shady
figures, including corrupt police officers. Yes, the police also
contribute to the oppression of prostitutes because there are many
corrupt police officers out there who blackmail and extort prostitutes
for money and/or sexual favors. If prostitution was legal, all of this
would end and prostitutes would finally have legal rights.
7. Prostitution is the world's oldest profession. It is NEVER going to
stop no matter how much the police or government tries to stop it. There
are ALWAYS going to be men who are willing to pay money for sex, and
there are ALWAYS going to be women who are willing to give sex to men
for money. Prostitution has also been an integral part of many cultures
and thus trying to stop it is literally impossible. And why should it be stopped? No one has the right to tell two consenting adults that they
cannot exchange money for sex. So rather than waste time trying to stop
it, just legalize it and tax it, the same way we do with cigarettes,
alcohol, and now marijuana.
All in all, I believe in personal freedom. I believe that no one has the right to force their own sense of morality onto others. In some very
ancient cultures, prostitutes were actually given very high status in
society and considered as spiritual people who could heal men of their problems through sex. That was thousands of years ago though, before self-righteous modern western religions were invented and started
violently forcing their concepts of morality onto people. Funny how
societies that were thousands of years old were actually far more
advanced than we are in the modern age in terms of sex and prostitutes.
It took almost a century for people to wake up and legalize marijuana,
which is a completely harmless natural plant that hurts no one. In the
same way, society and people in general have to EVOLVE and realize that
they have no right to force their own sense of morality or control onto others. The modern society is actually a very sexually restrictive
society, compared to cultures and civilizations of the past. And it's
this sexual restrictiveness which contributes to so much psychological neurosis, sex crimes, and frustration in general. Is it a coincidence
how people in America are so quick to anger and lose their temper,
whereas in a place like Thailand where prostitution is legal and
accepted, people are very laid back and cool headed? People need to stop seeing sex as such a big thing, and just realize that sex is a normal
and acceptable part of life. Even Amnesty International has recently published a position paper arguing that prostitution needs to be
legalized worldwide, and has said many of the same points I have made in
With that said, I believe that I have covered all the points as to why prostitution should be legal and an accepted part of society, and so
this essay comes to a close. Please feel free to copy, paste, and
distribute this essay as my goal is to influence and educate as many
people as possible, the only thing I ask is that you do not change it or
edit it in any way whatsoever. Thank you very much
Where do people like you come from? Half of the population contracts a sexually transmitted disease in their lifetime. Many of these infections have become drug tolerant and you will deal with them your entire life. Several STD's from the free and opensex practices leave a woman sterile or a man that causes birth defects.
LGBT normally die 20 years before the straight population and this is believed to be because of the effects of multiple STD's outside of HIV/AIDS.traumatic stress disorder in the same range as treatment-seeking combat veterans and victims of state-organized torture. Beyond this shocking abuse, the public health implications of prostitution are devastating and include a myriad of serious and
Where do you suppose this large think-tank of women are that plot to keep men in thrall?
Prostitution is inherently harmful
Few activities are as brutal and damaging to people as prostitution. Field research in nine countries concluded that 60-75 percent of women in prostitution were raped, 70-95 percent were physically assaulted, and 68 percent met the criteria for post
A path-breaking, five-country academic study concluded that research on prostitution has overlooked "[t]he burden of physical injuries and illnesses that women in the sex industry sustain from the violence inflicted on them, or from their significantlyhigher rates of hepatitis B, higher risks of cervical cancer, fertility complications, and psychological trauma."
State attempts to regulate prostitution by introducing medical check-ups or licenses don’t address the core problem: the routine abuse and violence that form the prostitution experience and brutally victimize those caught in its netherworld.Prostitution leaves women and children physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually devastated. Recovery takes years, even decades—often, the damage can never be undone.
But apparently you are a pimp seeking to legalize these sorts of things.
Perhaps you ought to be happy that marijuana has been legalized in some 25 states so that our honest government can derive additional tax money from yet another thing that kills people.
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