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Today's Poll....

MOTM v Sutton  

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  1. 1. Who was your Man of the Match?

    • P Nicholls
    • A Lacey
    • C Robinson
    • K Millington
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    • D Young
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    • J Haverson
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    • J Keister
    • W Wilson
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    • J Healy
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    • L Blackman
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    • S West
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    • S Cliff
    • L Smith
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Was listening to a debate on the radio this afternoon where the positive and negative points of bringing in legislation which would virtually legalise prostitution were being presented by two different parties. Lead to quite an interesting debate at work that’s all.

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mikefleet said:
does this really have to be on here for christ sake.
if you cant get it dont buy it.
you sado


You miss the point of the debate.

By legalising prostitution you take away the need for prostitutes to go through all th hardship and pain of making a living. At the moment thay have to risk being killed by either disease or murder another risk is where is all the money going. People that use prostitutes want to have sex, wherever they go they will get sex but they'd be much happier if they didn't have go through the dangerous route.

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Exactly. Prostitution has existed in some form or other for hundred of years. It exists today in nearly every town and city in Britain. Prostitution will never go away. Is the form in which it exists at the moment acceptable to you? Would you prefer to see prostitution hidden away from the public eye with no controls or has the time come to regulate the trade, introduce taxation based on income, and bring about cleaner and safer working environments whilst hopefully bringing about a reduction in sexually transmitted diseases and assaults, where drug and alcohol checks can be made regularly?

 

Is the eastern European girl being forced to work as an escort girl in London really fulfilling here dreams of a better life in the UK, when she is forced to sleep with dozens of different men daily for a pittance in squalid conditions just to fill the pockets of a gang master?

 

The other side of the coin of course is would such measure lead to a further drop in moral standards? Would the next steps be the legalisation of certain drugs? Would such legislation violate the beliefs of prominent religious group or perhaps over a longer period of time, if sex were available so freely, could this contribute to the break-up of marriages and the traditional family environment?

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I agree with Harry.

 

Anything that is 'controlled' makes it safer and usually cheaper.

 

However, I bet the Government would want their cut. (Could that be described as 'living off immoral earnings ??')

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