The Prostitution Phenomenon
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In this article, the writer maintains that prostitution should be legalized, as this would remove the negative stigma attached to the profession, protect prostitutes from violence and disease, and regulate the profession as a business. Although in many places throughout the world, the practice is illegal and against public policy, the profession continues to flourish and grow. The writer argues that therefore, keeping the profession illegal is clearly against public policy and illogical, as the profession has continued to thrive even in the face of legal sanctions and penalties.
From the Paper:"If it is a crime at all, it is one that is victimless when consenting adults are involved. Therefore, liberal feminist criminology theorists believe legalization and regulation of prostitution is a viable answer to creating a business-like atmosphere in a profession that can be safe and reputable for women who voluntarily decide to choose to be "sex workers" as a vocation."
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