Prostitution in India

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What zone you want india to be into ?

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  1. ganesh177

    ganesh177 Regular Member

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    After watching that little drama in ukraine over prositution and visa policy of india, i tried to find out why india do not legalise prositution, coz so far i thought its illegal in india, until i found this link below. I was surprised to see india represented in blue and not in red. Which means prostitution (the exchange of sex for money) is legal, but brothels are illegal; prostitution is not regulated.

    Prostitution by country - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia



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    Would you like to see india further in that green zone where prositution is perfectly legalised and regulated ?
    What do you think are pros and cons of legalising and regulating prostitution in india.

    Or would you like to see india in red zone where prostitution is illegal and why ?
     
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  3. HeinzGud

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    First if their are red zones.... people can know where the brothels are and they can see who goes into them. So it will cut down certain percentage of people who goes into the brothels. Also government can monitor the prostitutes and their activity. Prostitutes can check their health without being humiliated. Government can virtually stop underage prostitution.
     
  4. Nagraj

    Nagraj Regular Member

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    there is no use fighting prostitution better make it legal and give them rights.
     
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    Vyom Seeker Elite Member

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    People should be allowed to do whatever they voluntarily want to do. But all voluntary actions does not necessary be a reflection of the right way, and we as a society must be able to distinguish them and discourage what is unethical in black and white.
     
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    I read the Wikipedia link and it was an Eye opener....:shocked:...i never knew Prostitution was legal in India in any form, not only female but also male prostitution was also prevalent in India and in demand...
     
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    unnecessary...............................
     
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