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Legalization of prositution!

Post by hiranyagarbh on Tue Apr 22, 2008 1:14 am

What is your take on this sensitive issue!?

Although there have always been reformist efforts and movements concerning prostitution, the prostitutes' rights movement, there has been much debate over the last few decades about prostitution law reform. There is no official definition of legalization in the law and it may vary widely in the society.

Legalization of prostitution may allow state to control the lives and and businesses of those who work as prostitutes. Legalization often includes special taxes for prostitutes, restricting prostitutes to working in brothels or in certain zones, licenses, registration of prostitutes and government records of individual prostitutes, and health checks which often means punitive quarantine. The term legalization does not necessarily have to refer to the above sorts of regulations. In fact, in one commonly accepted definition of legalization, legal can simply mean that prostitution is not against the law.

So whats your take...!??


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