Why Prostitution Should Be Legalized
Prostitution is one of the oldest known jobs in history. Prostitution, while frowned upon in standardized society, would be beneficial to reduce the overcrowding population in jails as well as taxing the profession to potentially help the economy in their ongoing fight against the national debt. With proper laws enforced in order to legalize this profession, prostitution could become a respected profession.
People in general enjoy sex thoroughly. Sex releases endorphins that make people happy. Thankfully, the Constitution allows people to choose the way in how we are happy. Sex between two people is no more dangerous than a ...view middle of the document...
Regulating prostitution by legalizing the profession in the United States could form beneficial to not only the prostitutes but to the economy as well. Nevada state laws state that prostitutes must always use a condom, get tested weekly for STDs and monthly for HIV, as well as go through a background check and be licensed. Although Nevada has legalized prostitution, it is not legal in all cities or counties (Should Prostitution Be Legal?, 2011).
By applying laws to legalizing prostitution to help in the safety as much as possible it will also help with the economy and hopefully could help start to resolve a portion of national debt. This process hopefully will reduce the overcrowding population in the American prison system and reduce the crime rate. Taking a page from Nevada, enforcing the laws for mandatory weekly STD testing and monthly HIV test, the use of condoms, and a background check (Should Prostitution Be Legal?, 2011)is a good start in the safety portion for the United States to legalize the profession. Another way to maintain legalizing prostitution could be for the government to provide safe areas or environments specified for prostitution where it could be controlled. The profession of prostitution if legalized could work just like a union. It could provide IRAs, retirement, health benefits, and so much more. With legalizing prostitution and applying tax laws to this profession the United States could potentially start pulling this nation out of all of the debt it has acquired in the past several years.
Prostitutes have rights just like everybody else in this country. By not legalizing prostitution this country is taking away rights from citizens. Prostitutes are people too and deserve a say so in how their life is lived and how they choose to support themselves and their families. Not all men or women who choose to be prostitutes choose that profession due to the lack of respect they have for their body, but to make a living in this world that has a diminishing job...