Nikki Thomas, executive director of SPOC, told reporters that prostitutes will be normal citizens who file income taxes, purchase investments and quietly go about their work. “We are not going to have fire and brimstone and sex workers raining down from the sky,” she said.
There was that case of a woman who was on unemployment in Germany who was initially required to interview for a job in a brothel and accept the job if hired or lose her benefits. She was let out of this, but why?
"There are those who intend that one day everything will be owned by somebody and we’re not just talking goods here. We’re talking human rights, human services, essential services for life. Education, public health, social assistance, pensions, housing."
And somehow, from the view of somewhat of a cynic, women against the legalisation of prostitution may be more wary of spoiler effects than the actual act, for no one is forcing them to prostitute themselves. When prostitution is legal and socially-sanctioned, it decreases women's competitive ability, as men have greater options for sex. Thus, 'prostitution is bad for women' becomes 'prostitution decreases the sexual power of women who are not prostitutes'.
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