I refuse to call it "sex work". No one should have to sell their body, this is not a legitimate profession. I support the Nordic model which punishes johns and helps wo/men get out of prostitution.
- I support full criminalization21% (3)10% (3)14% (6)Vote
- I support full decriminalization43% (6)63% (19)57% (25)Vote
- I support the Nordic model21% (3)10% (3)14% (6)Vote
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Most Helpful Guy
I think prostitution should be legal but heavily regulated. The girls should get health benefits that protect them from STD's and make care for themselves as affordable as it would be for lets say, a government worker (amazing health insurance) They should have the right to a relatively clean working space.
Also each county in a state should get to decide upon a number of "Brothel Licenses" so that you can't have 20 of them in every town. It's something that should be put to vote by the mayors of all towns or whatever democratic process there is that stops one person from making the decision.
Also women caught in the act of prostitution should not have to face criminal charges if they aren't working with a pimp or aid in the arrest of one. Their health should be assessed, weaned off any drugs they are on and given classes of some kind on how to function in the world without having to be a street walker. The money for all this should come straight out of welfare.1
Most Helpful Girl
As long as its free will, people should be able to do what they want for a living. Education and another choice would cwrtanly be a better option but i dont see it as a crime. the legal system is bogged down enough. I seem to recall the Amsterdam model its legal and the women all have heaalthcare insurance and benefits programs.1
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