Often called the world’s oldest profession, prostitution sparks intense debate in social and political arenas around the world. While proponents of sex for sale argue that individuals have the right to monetize their bodies in any way they see fit, others cite potential for abuse and moral decay as opposition to legalization. Is it wrong to pay for sex?
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