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There are 2 comments on POV: We Don’t Have All the Answers about Commercial Sex Policy

  1. “selling sex is essential for their economic survival” — Why in today’s America this is still true? Shouldn’t our law-making politicians be ashamed of this sad fact? Debating policy of legalizing prostitution is only touching the symptom of the root cause by which women have to sell sex for their economic survival.

  2. I kept expecting the next paragraph to report data from Nevada. The article states:
    “Do we accept the findings of studies conducted abroad and feel confident about how those results will apply domestically?”.

    Are there no studies done in or about the legal sex trade in Nevada? If those studies exist what do they say? If those studies do not exist, why?

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