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Should prostitution be legal?
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By joecavalryjoecavalry 425 Pts
Should prostitution be legal?
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    1. Yes
      82.35%
    2. No
      17.65%
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  • Sure, as long as it is voluntary... Everyone should be free to do whatever they want with their bodies.
    ScienceRulesindependentlycarryrocksall4actt
    " Adversus absurdum, contumaciter ac ridens! "
  • DeeDee 2174 Pts
    Absolutely 
  • HELL YEAH!
    Not every quote you read on the internet is true- Abraham Lincoln
  • WinstonCWinstonC 177 Pts
    Yes, but it should be socially discouraged, for the sad fact is that no quality man wants to marry a prostitute.
    Josh_DrakePlaffelvohfenLukeQLD
  • I think, yes it should be legal. Everyone should be able to do what they want with their bodies, as long as it doesn't harm anyone else.
    WinstonCindependentlyLukeQLD
  • People should decide what to do with their bodies. So prostitution should be legal as long as it doesn't harm others.
    xlJ_dolphin_473independentlyAsher34carryrocksall4actt
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  • If pornography is legal and porno studios can pay actors to have sex, then I don't know why prostitution should remain illegal. Keeping it illegal also encourages the abuse of sex workers since they will not come forward to report abuse if they have to admit to a crime. Many people opposing prostitution say it will protect women but clearly that has not been the case. I don't know why the government thinks they can control consenting adults having intercourse under circumstances like prostitution, and why so many people agreed to it being illegal at one point. Prostitution is one of the oldest businesses and a shame that america is so slow on issues like this.
    PlaffelvohfenAsher34ScienceRulesall4actt
  • Asher34Asher34 99 Pts
    edited June 29
    Selling is legal, for now until socialists take over ,  Voluntary Sex is legal , for now until misandrist anti sex feminists take over . I feel selling sex should be legal full stop. Any 2 people who agree upon the exchange of goods and services should be free to do so without government intrusion . Long as everyone is of legal age and consents to the terms of sex and the exchange of monetary value . It should be a legal act. Brothels that operate should have testing for the providers . It is funny that prostitution is illegal , But if you set up filming of sex acts and pay the performers that is a legal act.  
  • It technically is legal in all 50 states right now. You just have to record the session on video...

    If you exchange non-monetary items then it also is not prostitution. Sugar daddies and mommies do this all the time, they'll trade oversea travels, cruises, jewelry, cars and other "gifts" in exchange for sex and it's perfectly legal...  
    ScienceRulesindependentlycarryrocks
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  • @Plaffelvohfen
    Quite true.
    Plaffelvohfencarryrocks
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  • Usually, women do it to earn money. If you would make it legal then these prostitutes would have to pay tax. I don't think it would be fair. It would be ok if only men will have to pay taxes. 
  • Usually, women do it to earn money. If you would make it legal then these prostitutes would have to pay tax. I don't think it would be fair. It would be ok if only men will have to pay taxes. 
    Everybody else who's working any legal jobs. do pay taxes, so why would it be unfair in this case? What is it about this "job" that would warrant a different fiscal treatment than any other job?
    ScienceRulesDeeindependently
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  • @BonitaVanhooser
    I completely agree with @Plaffelvohfen. Everyone works to earn. But they still have to pay taxes and in no way does the "working to earn" concept make a person immune from paying taxes. Hence if prostitution can be considered as a legal job then people  pursuing it should be liable to paying taxes.
    carryrocks
    Lover, hunter, friend and enemy
    You will always be every one of these
    Nothing's fair in love and war.
  • Usually, women do it to earn money. If you would make it legal then these prostitutes would have to pay tax. I don't think it would be fair. It would be ok if only men will have to pay taxes. 
    Everybody else who's working any legal jobs. do pay taxes, so why would it be unfair in this case? What is it about this "job" that would warrant a different fiscal treatment than any other job?
    Prostitution is happening because the government is not able to provide noble jobs to these ladies. It is basically a social and administrative failure. How could you ask for tax for government failures? In my opinion, it is not a wish of any lady to earn via selling body. I could be wrong but it's my opinion as a lady.
  • @BonitaVanhooser
    Many people don't do the job they would wish to do. But still they've got to pay taxes. Hence I think prostitutes should also pay taxes if you consider it as a legal job.
    carryrocks
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    You will always be every one of these
    Nothing's fair in love and war.
  • John_C_87John_C_87 347 Pts
    Usually, women do it to earn money. If you would make it legal then these prostitutes would have to pay tax. I don't think it would be fair. It would be ok if only men will have to pay taxes. 
    A constitutional Right is missed in this discussion and this type right by simplicity comes before Civil rights. In effect, the interpretation of the wording is wrong, what is illegal is professional sex and prostitute is simple the easest professional sex to prove in court. This think tank group is seriously confusing the basic principle of professional sex and intimate relationship. 
    Plaffelvohfen
  • John_C_87 said:
    Usually, women do it to earn money. If you would make it legal then these prostitutes would have to pay tax. I don't think it would be fair. It would be ok if only men will have to pay taxes. 
    A constitutional Right is missed in this discussion and this type right by simplicity comes before Civil rights. In effect, the interpretation of the wording is wrong, what is illegal is professional sex and prostitute is simple the easest professional sex to prove in court. This think tank group is seriously confusing the basic principle of professional sex and intimate relationship. 
    Uh. Master of constitutional rights. Smh. How is this even relevant to the question "Should prostitution be legal?".
    Plaffelvohfencarryrocks
    Lover, hunter, friend and enemy
    You will always be every one of these
    Nothing's fair in love and war.
  • John_C_87John_C_87 347 Pts
    John_C_87 said:
    Usually, women do it to earn money. If you would make it legal then these prostitutes would have to pay tax. I don't think it would be fair. It would be ok if only men will have to pay taxes. 
    A constitutional Right is missed in this discussion and this type right by simplicity comes before Civil rights. In effect, the interpretation of the wording is wrong, what is illegal is professional sex and prostitute is simple the easest professional sex to prove in court. This think tank group is seriously confusing the basic principle of professional sex and intimate relationship. 
    Uh. Master of constitutional rights. Smh. How is this even relevant to the question "Should prostitution be legal?".

    Is prostitution the most basic description we can make on the service given to men or women by women prostitute. A human, a civil right is given only to a person having been convicted of a crime and as been documented in a legal process of loss of Constitutional right. Confessions of crime the back door less documented entry point to conviction. Every-one is still placed in the dialog of a constitutional right when goals of what is to be expected are explaining in clear basic meanings, those meanings meant to be understood clearly. Doubt that? You shouldn't A woman having professional sex is what is the crime described by the legislation in basic principle, the idea of a woman selling her body is not fact. In civil cases, the tampering of a jury has become the common mal-practice. 


  • Yes, absolutely. 
  • John_C_87John_C_87 347 Pts
    Should prostitution be legal?
    Rephrasing the question. Should professional sex be made legal? The law itself may require to be constitutionalized in its wording.
  • John_C_87 said:
    John_C_87 said:
    Usually, women do it to earn money. If you would make it legal then these prostitutes would have to pay tax. I don't think it would be fair. It would be ok if only men will have to pay taxes. 
    A constitutional Right is missed in this discussion and this type right by simplicity comes before Civil rights. In effect, the interpretation of the wording is wrong, what is illegal is professional sex and prostitute is simple the easest professional sex to prove in court. This think tank group is seriously confusing the basic principle of professional sex and intimate relationship. 
    Uh. Master of constitutional rights. Smh. How is this even relevant to the question "Should prostitution be legal?".

    Is prostitution the most basic description we can make on the service given to men or women by women prostitute. A human, a civil right is given only to a person having been convicted of a crime and as been documented in a legal process of loss of Constitutional right. Confessions of crime the back door less documented entry point to conviction. Every-one is still placed in the dialog of a constitutional right when goals of what is to be expected are explaining in clear basic meanings, those meanings meant to be understood clearly. Doubt that? You shouldn't A woman having professional sex is what is the crime described by the legislation in basic principle, the idea of a woman selling her body is not fact. In civil cases, the tampering of a jury has become the common mal-practice. 


    Sorry but what civil rights? Literally just say whether you think prostitution should be legal or not. Where did jury and all come in?
    Lover, hunter, friend and enemy
    You will always be every one of these
    Nothing's fair in love and war.
  • John_C_87John_C_87 347 Pts

     Literally just say whether you think prostitution should be legal or not.

      
    No! I will not just ignore the state of the union made between law and constitution. The goal set by several ideas behind the grievance of women as the target when created all women as equal by their creator under Constitutional legislation requires a higher level of strategy and planning. The cost created by the word prosecution is not basic and should be rewritten as professional sex this change will better address the newer categories of Binivir, UnosMulier, Marriage, and Civil union as well as causal sexual relationships between women and men who prefer no witness verifications to the extent of their relationships.
  • @John_C_87
    Well as far as I know it is the union between a male and a female(prostitute) for which the female is paid money. So union between law and constitution is a bit odd :p . But anyways isn't it one of the oldest professions in the world? And you want to reword the word prostitution into "professional sex" right? So am I to assume that you want the legalisation of the said thing?
    Lover, hunter, friend and enemy
    You will always be every one of these
    Nothing's fair in love and war.
  • John_C_87John_C_87 347 Pts
    @ScienceRules
    The basic argument is professional sex is an illegal sport that requires a higher level of medical history awareness and openness to participate in that one sport. To let you know how far schedule the state of the union is on this particular matter of public legislation is a light proximation would put the delay at about 100 Years. behind the legislative schedule. Simply said a Congress back in 1910 - 1920 should have been dealing with this issue.
  • John_C_87John_C_87 347 Pts


    Okay so rephrasing the last statement legislators are about 100 years behind schedule on bringing prostitution under to date with a state of the union on constitutional representation creates an all-woman equal..


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