Last updated on: 8/22/2007 | Author:

Kimberly Klinger Biography

Outreach Manager for Screenscope, Inc.
Pro to the question "Should Prostitution Be Legal?"

“[A]ny variety of sexual exploration–as long as it isn’t exploitative or harmful–can’t be considered evil, yet that is exactly how prostitution is regarded. If a woman or man chooses to exchange sex for money and does it in a way that causes no harm to either party, then they should be free to do so.

…It would seem that decriminalization should be a key point in any humanistic feminist perspective on prostitution. Every woman’s choices should be legally and socially respected whether a given woman chooses to be a wife, a CEO, or a prostitute.”

“Prostitution, Humanism, and a Woman’s Choice,” The Humanist, Jan.-Feb. 2003

Involvement and Affiliations:
  • Outreach Manager, Screenscope, Inc.
  • Former Administrative Assistant, American Humanist Association
  • Former member, Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance (FMLA), Pennsylvania State University
  • Masters student, Women’s and Media Studies, George Washington University, estimated graduation 2009
  • BA, Letters, Arts, and Sciences, Pennsylvania State University, 2001
  • None found
Quoted in:
  1. What Is the Difference between the Decriminalization and Legalization of Prostitution?
  2. Should Prostitution Tolerance Zones like Red-Light Districts Be Created?
  3. Is Legal Prostitution an Aspect of Sexual Liberation?