*On to my first point.*
A. Violence focused toward women is a major problem today in society.
This is seen in cases of rape, murder, sex-trafficking, domestic abuse, and assault.
B. With violence aimed towards women, this makes even an office workplace dangerous, but nothing compared to the work environment of a prostitute.
According to the National Criminal Justice Reference Service, a survey of (854) former prostitutes uncovered that 72% had been physically assaulted and 62% had been raped during prostitution.
C.With the ever-growing problem of violence against women, we can not afford to feed that with the legalization of prostitution.
A. Sex-trafficking is a major problem in the US today.
DoSomething.Org states that each year among 14,550 and 17,400 people are trafficked into the United States.
These trafficked people will mostly be women and children and will be forced into manual labor or to work as prostitutes.
B. With the legalization of prostitution the numbers are undoubtedly going to increase.
Harvard Law School conducted a search and they found that countries with legalized prostitution correlate with a higher sex-trafficking rate.
C. Therefore, if we legalize prostitution ,we will be letting more women and children fall prey to the ever growing sex-trafficking problem.
A. The dictionary defines victimless crime as a legal offense that both parties consent and results in no party injured.
Prostitution is not a victimless crime; all prostitution causes harm to women.
Melissa Farley, who has a Phd in Prostitution Research and Education, states that prostitution is sexual harassment, physical abuse, rape, battering, domestic violence, sexual abuse, verbal abuse, and is a consequence of male domination.
B. If this abuse was aimed towards a non-prostitute female, the perpetrator would be apprehended and sentenced.
Yet, it happens to prostitutes frequently, because prostitutes are invisible.
C. If we decriminalize prostitution, we will be promoting the physical and emotional harm of prostitutes .
A. Women do not wake up and decide to be a prostitute.
B. Referencing my first point, when the National Criminal Justice Reference Service conducted the survey, they also uncovered that 90% of the former prostitutes had wanted to escape from prostitution but had no other options.
If they do not choose this way of life, then why exploit them for their so-called choice
C. A large number of prostitutes stay in this line of work because they need money and they have no rational choices left.
D. If we legalize prostitution we will be letting more females fall into the sandtrap of prostitution, and we won’t help them out.
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