Prostitution is known as the oldest profession in history and yet it is still illegal in most of the western world. For as long back as we have records, evidence can be found of people selling sex for some sort of gain. It is time to legalize and regulate prostitution. Having an above ground sex worker industry will be safer, will protect sex workers and will better protect the health of the larger community.

Ironically, if you film sex happening it becomes porn and is now legal. Both parties can get paid for having sex in front of a camera and it's completely legal, but if one party pays the other and they don't record the act, that's prostitution. That double standard is not a coincidence. The illuminati wants to be able to make money from Porn in an above ground way because they need to distribute it nationally and internationally. If porn was illegal, that would be a problem.

Prostitution is going to happen whether it is legal or not. It happens all the time even though it's illegal. There is no point in having laws on the books that will never be obeyed. Prostitution arrests are used by cops to harass and manipulate prostitutes. The illuminati cops are making money of of prostitution by protecting the people who pay for "protection."

In fourth century, Athenian orator Apollodoros stated "we have courtesans for pleasure, and concubines for the daily service of our bodies, but wives for the production of legitimate offspring and to have reliable guardians of our household property." And yet in "progressive" America, a land were people claim to be the most socially advanced, prostitution is an illegal act that results in the sheltering of rapists, drug dealers, and abusers.

Criminalization of prostitution leaves prostitutes on the fringes of society, making them vulnerable to violence, poverty, and health risks. Decriminalization allows sex workers to call police in incidences of violence. In the Netherlands, decriminalizing prostitution gave sex workers access to social security and public health care. India’s union of sex workers improved prostitutes’ financial security by teaching them how to identify counterfeit bills. Sexually transmitted infections are statistically lower in areas where prostitution is decriminalized. In rural Nevada, where prostitution is legal (and condoms and regular HIV tests mandatory), there has not been one case of HIV/AIDS diagnosed in a registered sex worker since 1986. Beyond all the practical benefits, l egalizing prostitution brings sex workers into the fold of society, increasing their sense of belonging, thereby enhancing their feelings of responsibility toward others.

Like legalizing marijuana, legalizing prostitution would create a new above ground industry that could add significant tax dollars to local and state economies. The illuminati wants prostitution to remain illegal beause that way they can charge more and avoid paying taxes. Keeping prostitution illegal makes it more violent, more dangerous and more likely to result in innocent people getting killed.

One formerly illicit trade gone legal, marijuana, has done wonders for economic and social rejuvenation in Colorado. In 2015, the state has grossed nearly $1 billion in pot revenues (approximately 15% of that became the state’s through taxation), most of which have been funneled into the state’s school system. Nevada makes similar gains through its gaming industry. At the city and county levels, Coloradans have used their share to ramp up public health initiatives and even to address homelessness. Imagine how different prostitution would seem if a portion of its proceeds went to providing child-care support for working parents, or to supplement medical research that helps to cure disease, or to help fund drug rehabilitation programs.

Sex is an important part of our health especially for men. Some men can't find sexual partners without paying for them. Prostitution is a natural part of fixing that problem. It is not shameful, and should not be banned.

Having an above ground sex workers market is the only way to deal with problems like HIV and crime in the sex working industry. In the United States and around the globe, many sex workers are trying to change how they are perceived and policed. They are fighting the legal status quo, social mores and also mainstream feminism, which has typically focused on saving women from the sex trade rather than supporting sex workers who demand greater rights.

Public-health organizations have successfully worked for years with groups of sex workers to halt the spread of H.I.V. and AIDS, especially in developing countries. “The urgency of the H.I.V. epidemic really exploded a lot of taboos,” says Catherine Murphy, an Amnesty International policy adviser.

In the Golden Age, once the illuminati is eliminated, the sex worker industry will be above ground everwhere. Long term there will be less desire for prostitution because people prefere to be in long term relationships and in the Golden Age love will be easier. The illuminati hates love. None of them can feel love and they despise anyone who understands what love means. They spend a lot of time and money just trying to make other people miserable.