Decriminalizing Prostitution: In a Free Society, People Should be Free to Choose Insert Client’s Name Insert School Name Decriminalizing Prostitution: In a Free Society, People Should be Free to Choose Morals, ethics and values are the components of any society. Culture is the acceptance or rejections of the belief system that is the construct of the society. As such, there are subgroups and factions that exist both in and out of the hegemony of any given social structure. Most professions and their accompanying pay scales, designate a class system and socioeconomic hierarchy that is accompanied by status in the form of economic goods and services provided. However, sex workers exist in a different realm from what is considered “polite...The end:
.....eep it illegal, and there are only benefits to legalizing it. To make it legal would assist the workers to the better, ensure safety and health for the participants, and create an addition to the economy. Moreover, it would give women the right to do with their bodies as they see fit. References Klinger, K. (2003). Prostitution humanism and a woman’s choice. The Humanist 63 (1). 16+. Gale Group. Ma, F. and Barrows, J. (2003). An ethical analysis of the harm reduction approach to prostitution. Ethics & Medicine 24 (3). 159+. ProQuest LLC. Shrage, L. (1989). Should feminists oppose prostitution? Ethics 99 (2). 347-361. Stewart, R. (1995). Moral criticism and the social meaning of prostitution. Sex Roles, Equality and Social Policy. 81-83.