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Que hipocresia las leyes actuales en california y USA sobre la prostitucion haciendola ilegal,penalizada,insegura, sucia, morbosa y obsesiva,(,prohibitionism (both prostitutes and clients are criminalized and are seen as immoral, they are considered criminals): the prevailing attitude nearly everywhere in the United States, with a few exceptions in some rural Nevada counties (see Prostitution in Nevada).
,o sea todos los los adjetivos negativos... seria bueno empezar a trabajar en legalizar este tema para hacerlo mas seguro, controlado, pagando impuestos, limpio y algo no tan negativo socialmente, donde las trabajadoras son tratadas con dignidad y respeto (regulation: prostitution may be considered a legitimate business; prostitution and the employment of prostitutes are legal, but regulated; the current situation in the Netherlands, Germany, most of Australia and parts of Nevada (see Prostitution in Nevada). The degree of regulation varies very much, for example in Netherlands prostitutes are not required to undergo mandatory health checks (see Prostitution in the Netherlands) while in Nevada the regulations are very strict (see Prostitution in Nevada).
decriminalization: "prostitution is labor like any other. Sex industry premises should not be subject to any special regulation or laws", the current situation in New Zealand; the laws against operating a brothel, pimping and street prostitution are struck down, but prostitution is hardly regulated at all. Proponents of this view often cite instances of government regulation under legalization that they consider intrusive, demeaning, or violent, but feel that criminalization adversely affects sex workers.
Da mucho para hablar y evolucionar ....
textos en ingles fron here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prostitution