Denying legality to sex work in fact worsens the exploitation

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  1. Ray

    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    Kurkure makes a point, but in her irreverent style that at times makes her making a point appear frivolous and losing steam.

    One must read between her rather forced humour to realise the import of her message.

    She does seem to make a case.

    Should prostitution be legalised and if so, which elements of this professional backup should be attacked vigorously so that it become actually another profession that is taken to be merely another means to keep the hearth and home going and the fires burning at home?
     
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    Ashutosh Lokhande Senior Member Senior Member

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    those who wanna work willingly must be allowed to do so. regularise and tax it but no public solicitating and govt should also make sure no forced prostituion, girl traffickings etc is taken place.
     
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    Srinivas_K Senior Member Senior Member

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    The idea of legalizing prostitution is a nice step.

    No human is perfect !!

    There are always some degree of atrocities done on physically weaker sex. How ever a state, which is a legal body can be more perfect than Men. The law enforcement authorities and Justice system needs further strengthening in India.
     

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