Proposed Legalization of Sex Workers: How Should We Best Go About It?

Dear Readers,

First of all, I apologize for not writing in the new year. It has been weird and altogether scary with the man’s grandma being in the hospital, us not seeing her for New Year’s, and even more, the mom looking for a job. Oh it’s also been fun because there are haters of this blog who flatly accuse me of alleging someone rapes and murders someone without evidence. Well, there’s plenty of evidence if you interview the girls involved, which is what’s happening with R. Kelly.

What would stop guys like R. Kelly from a possible life of child molestation? Well, there’s not much you can do about child molesters, except for prison and rehabilitation, particularly if they haven’t acted on their darker sides. But there is something we can do to cut down on the number of rapes.

I propose we legalize, with some regulations in place, prostitution all over the nation, not just in parts of the Vegas strip. We’d need a plan in place to make sure human trafficking victims don’t slip through the cracks. Here’s what it would look like.

1. Prostitutes can be either male or female, of the age of 21 or older, and can perform any number of sexual things for a certain rate decided on by the person themselves.

2. Prostitutes who work independently of any whorehouse, or in the males case it might be the same, would keep 100% of their earnings. If a prostitute chooses to work in a home with others, they’d only take a 20% pay ut from their earnings to support the house and or company they work for.

3. Birth control would be compulsory for all females. Males would be told to use a condom, and this would also apply to male customers. Let’s say you’re a male prostitute, though. In this case, you’d have to use a condom with all female customers to prevent STD’s.

4. If a prostitute is being hurt or assaulted, they would get protections. All prostitutes, male and female, according to this proposal, would have to report their assault or attack as soon as is possible, but because of the special circumstances of their work, they may need a longer statute of limitations.

5. All prostitutes must be licensed, and would have an ID number on a printed paper that certifies they’ve completed a certain number of months, years, or whatever of basic sexual safety training that would include knowledge of STD’s, pregnancy prevention tips, and much more on service and hospitality. Prostitutes must if anything learn how to be hospitable as they do in Spain. They do have a whole college for prostitutes there, so why not do the same here?

6. All LGBT people would be welcome to take jobs as sex workers. And yes, I’d strongly urge any LGBT customers as well. Depending on the customer, you might have a good experience.

If we regulate and legalize prostitution, we’d cut down on the number of trafficked sex workers across the country. I personally feel that this might also cut down on the dope cases we have flooding our southern border, but don’t quote me on that. I want to see it all happen before my life ends here.


Author: denverqueen

My name is Beth. I'm blind from birth and enjoy the blogging atmosphere. I am a creative person, a musician, a writer, etc. This is me. Take it or leave it.

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