The debate "Prostitution should be a recognized profession" was started by
May 23, 2015, 6:31 pm.
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That might be enough to see the common perception.
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Hmmm...yes, drug dealer should also be a recognised profession. Rapist and murdered ahould also be a recognised profession. abductor should also be a recognised profession. Yes guys, lets recognise all the filthy, immoral and kufar acts as formal professions just as any other profession...wow.
but just like stealing,abusing its also a crime as many of the prostitutes are bound to do so for the sake of bread...so...Oh God..m puzzled
As eveyone has rights to choose profession...so it should be legalized
Hmm 50-50 M still in Doubt
all that happens when you ban something is you lose the ability to control it. If it were legal it could be regulated. As long as it is illegal it is incredibly unsafe and will spread diseases and people will get hurt. prostitution doesn't hurt anyone. It is a consensual act between two adults. Prohibition proved that you can't enforce "morality" crimes. all it does is hurt people.
jbail, you think prostitutes are getting tested for diseases by their pimps? If it was legalized and regulated they would have to be tested and disease would go down. Just like it has where prostitution has already been legalized.
prostitution happens, let's make it safer
No it shouldn't. why should prostitution be recognized as a profession. there would be more & more women & men becoming prostitutes. do you understand how much the hiv or aids cases would go up the expand of bodily fluids between many result in that all it takes is one person to spread it & then that results in the person spreading it. I fully understand the fact of condoms but is it worth it ? it could break. it's honestly not worth it in the end.
also would you like your children growing up & thinking selling his or her body on the street for money is okay? I understand people need money sometimes but there's plenty of other ways to make it. there is no legit reason why we should recognize this at all.
That is not true.
There is no prostitution without human trafficking.
prostitution should be a recognized profession since it must be understood that most of the time ppl engages in prostitution for serious need of money. it is just like any other profession. and it works just bcoz the so called sober ppl goes there for pleasure. prostitutes are alive bcox they are being paid by the morally upright ppl. there is nothing illegal here. now at this point it is not recognized but does that mean ppl are not getting into the profession of prostitutes. they are right?? it is betterment for the society.
There is nothing to be taught here. If I take an example, the man at the tea shop does not have any degree or is not a student of some university who has done a course on this subject. Similarly, here you do not need any institution to teach that but this could be a profession as well.
So they would teach you how to be a prostitute in uni or what?
Legalizing prostitution would reduce crime, help people out of poverty, get prostitutes off the streets, and allow consenting adults to make their own choices. Prostitution is a victimless crime. So making it a profession by choice should not be incorrect.