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Thread: Should prostitution be legal and not just for medical reasons?

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    Re: Should prostitution be legal and not just for medical reasons?

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    I agree with that. However it SHOULD be noted that today, your average crack ho is having an impact on health care costs.
    Again this affect me in a negative way.

    Crack is illegal and if you get a disease from these actions you may not qualify for disability insurance and your health care plan may say this falls under your own out of pocket expenses.

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    Re: Should prostitution be legal and not just for medical reasons?

    Quote Originally Posted by barbarian_style View Post
    Health care costs, they get sick I end up paying, when you start paying taxes and health insurance this becomes clearer.
    How is this different from any other profession? If you get a stepladder that straw you are reaching for will be easier to grab...

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    Re: Should prostitution be legal and not just for medical reasons?

    Quote Originally Posted by JasonI View Post
    How is this different from any other profession? If you get a stepladder that straw you are reaching for will be easier to grab...
    I am not grasping at straws as prostitution isn't legal and okay with it staying that way. The people reaching for straws are the ones coming at this issues uninformed on over all impacts of others and in what ways. Ignoring these as you plead your case for legalization is digging out the step ladder.

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    Re: Should prostitution be legal and not just for medical reasons?

    Quote Originally Posted by barbarian_style View Post
    I am not grasping at straws as prostitution isn't legal and okay with it staying that way. The people reaching for straws are the ones coming at this issues uninformed on over all impacts of others and in what ways. Ignoring these as you plead your case for legalization is digging out the step ladder.
    So are you going to answer the question or not?

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    Re: Should prostitution be legal and not just for medical reasons?

    Quote Originally Posted by barbarian_style View Post
    Again this affect me in a negative way.

    Crack is illegal and if you get a disease from these actions you may not qualify for disability insurance and your health care plan may say this falls under your own out of pocket expenses.
    yet the hospitals still have to provide emergent care which they will not be reimbursed for and that will jack up your costs and your premiums. just a basic fact.

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    Re: Should prostitution be legal and not just for medical reasons?

    Quote Originally Posted by JasonI View Post
    So are you going to answer the question or not?
    Can you give a clearer question on what your insinuating same as other professionals? Pretty vague question I can not answer with information you provided as it being the same.

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    Re: Should prostitution be legal and not just for medical reasons?

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    yet the hospitals still have to provide emergent care which they will not be reimbursed for and that will jack up your costs and your premiums. just a basic fact.
    This is the notion that this is always fact, you still need continuous follow up care on disease. You can not go to emergency rooms because you missed you uncovered cancer treatments as an emergency. The big money spent isn't in the urgent care centers it is the continuous care that is needed after the non-emergency, emergency on the disease.
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    Re: Should prostitution be legal and not just for medical reasons?

    Quote Originally Posted by barbarian_style View Post
    Health care costs, they get sick I end up paying, when you start paying taxes and health insurance this becomes clearer.
    Quote Originally Posted by barbarian_style View Post
    Can you give a clearer question on what your insinuating same as other professionals? Pretty vague question I can not answer with information you provided as it being the same.
    I asked you how two consenting adults exchanging sex for money in a hotel room hurt YOU? You replied "Health care costs, they get sick I end up paying, when you start paying taxes and health insurance this becomes clearer"

    Why are you singling out this type of business compared to any other?

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    Re: Should prostitution be legal and not just for medical reasons?

    Quote Originally Posted by barbarian_style View Post
    This is the notion that this is always fact, you still need continuous follow up care on disease. You can not go to emergency rooms because you missed you uncovered cancer treatments as an emergency. The big money spent isn't in the urgent care centers it is the continuous care that is needed after the non-emergency, emergency on the disease.
    That doesnt negate the costs incurred and transferred. We arent talking one or two patients a week, month, or even day in the ERs. As for that follow on cost...yes...the hospitals employ social workers to transfer even unfunded patients to state contracted providers and where patients are deemed 'disabled' for whatever reasons those costs are still there and still transferred to others. The costs dont just magically go away. Someone is paying the bills. That is all a departure of course on whether or not prostitution should be legalized.

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    Re: Should prostitution be legal and not just for medical reasons?

    Quote Originally Posted by JasonI View Post
    I asked you how two consenting adults exchanging sex for money in a hotel room hurt YOU? You replied "Health care costs, they get sick I end up paying, when you start paying taxes and health insurance this becomes clearer"

    Why are you singling out this type of business compared to any other?
    There is many things that are singled out as different when it comes to a variety of business, I still see your question as being very vague and unanswerable.

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