Prostitution:Effects of New Legislation on the Oldest Profession
In our country, prostitusion is a famous job, some of their reason why they where taking this kind of job is,its hard to get money in working while in this job it is easy to earn money.People in our country has an attitude of lazy,they want an easy job wherein they can get a money easily.Even theres a lot of law in our country against prostitusion,prostitution is a continuos modus operandi of the people.Sex for sell. For some prostitution is a victimless crime while others fight hard in the hopes of one day abolishing prostitution forever. The topic of prostitusion remains a greatly debated issue even after so many years of existence. Prostitution existed as far back in time as ancient Athens and ancient Rome. In Rome, prostitutes were licensed by the state and taxed. Prostitution continued to flourished through out Europe until the High Middle Ages with the outbreak of the syphilis epidemic and Reformation morality. Prostitution has lasted and survived every attack by civilization to end it. Some would say that for as long people have both money and sexual frustration some will continue to pay others to satisfy them. Existing throughout the world and time, prostitution has managed to survive, however a growing number of people are beginning to look at the effect legalization of or strict laws for prostitution would have on a community.
Prostitution in the world is alive and well despite the fact that is it consider illegal in most developed countries. Some see it as an issue of safety in out neighborhoods and other take it on as a moral issue.
Those who want stronger laws against prostitution now want to concentrate more on the customer more so than the prostitute. Many officials advocate crackdowns on johns and pimps while providing help for those women who want to leave the life of prostitution.One could argue that as far as crimes go prostitution is victimless crime, but others would...