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Pro to the question "Should Prostitution Be Legal?"

“In a liberal society, buying sex for money should be regarded as a legitimate commercial transaction, where it takes place between two consenting adults. It might be a transaction with peculiar psychological implications for both parties, but that sort of anxiety is beyond the law’s remit.”

The Economist, Jan. 6, 2001

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  1. Is Prostitution Immoral or Demeaning?
  2. Does Legal Prostitution Lead to Human Trafficking and Slavery?