I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality. - MLK
And I don't feel like reading any links right now. Maybe later.
And according to what has happened in Germany, Denmark, and Sweden legalization actually appears to INCREASE the number of cases where the laws are violated and women are forced into prostitution against their will.
How? Explain that to me please.And according to what has happened in Germany, Denmark, and Sweden legalization actually appears to INCREASE the number of cases where the laws are violated and women are forced into prostitution against their will.
I've read plenty about it in the past. This isn't the first time I've argued about this.Fair enough. I do suggest you read a bit on the topic when you have the time. Like I said, I used to be of the opinion that legalization it was the solution. But now I disagree.
In the case of Germany and Denmark, it appears that legalization has produced a larger increase in demand for prostitution than supply for prostitution. So it gives sex traffickers an even bigger hole to fill (and money to be made) with forced prostitution. Does that make sense?
Legalizing prostitution increases the demand for prostitutes, and if there isn't a sufficient supply organized crime will import it from other (poorer) nations.
Also, I'm not talking about street prostitutes. I'm talking about places where people can go, such as brothels. I think it would be fairly easily regulated that way here in our country anyway. Plus, you do realize that all illegal immigrant sex workers would be classified as "trafficked" whether they were willing participants or not? There are some who are willing to come here to America and willingly prostitute themselves to get here too.