You redirected me here, so I'll do you the favour of replying to these questions.
You ask for a yes-or-no answer, but you know that's hard to do. (That's also why I asked what the cons of the legalisation of prostitution would be.)
If I have to give such a short answer, though, I'd have to say no. You mention the psychological disorders, the suicides, etc., as if it's a given fact that it happens in all cases, to all prostitutes, under any circumstances. But that's not the case. Removing someone's eyes, however, cannot be done without... well, removing someone's eyes. Many prostitutes, however, don't show any signs of mental illnesses or suicidal tendencies. Plus, if it were made legal, I think it'd be more likely for those problems to diminish rather than grow.
Lastly, a lot of people have eating disorders, and that doesn't mean that food should be made illegal, though it can be the primary cause of the problem. People need to eat; these girls either desperately need money to eat, or they enjoy doing it, or they are forced to do it (but that could be partly taken care of by legalising it). They're not killing anyone; they are simply providing a service. It's a hole and something entering it. If that were so dramatic, golf would be a great sport.
In a sense, Johns are like the sadist in my example: they don't care if they are hurting someone else, as long as they get their pleasure out of the experience. However, the pleasure they derive is far outweighed by the pain derived by the victim (the prostitute).
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The Psychology of Persuasion