Intimate Relations and Sexuality: Should We Create a World Where Prostitution No Longer Exists – Or Should We Accept It and Regulate It? The issue of prostitution is a very significant one for many people because prostitution is a matter that involves a number of things: the perceived exploitation of other human beings; unbalanced gender relations that appear to involve one party dominating another party; and the whole issue of how men and women should interact with one another. Lois Harder, Lee Lakeman , and Emily Van Der Meulen all offer their own perspectives vis-à-vis how prostitution can be stamped out in Canadian society. In the case of Harder, we have a situation in which she argues for the state to redefine personal...The end:
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