Nick_A wrote:The only time the objection to prostitution has merit for a society IMO is when the society values freedom. The nuclear family is the basis of a free society. Without it, obligations become assumed by the state rather then agreed upon within a family structure.
The nuclear family when balanced harmonizes the yin yang influences in the context of higher spiritual influences making for a healthier collective psych within the family which further sustains the inner quality necessary to sustain a free society.
A free society must be forced to have a nuclear family? When you say "free," are you talking about a society where people are not oppressed, or about a society in which people do things you think they ought to do?
Nick_A wrote:Young girls are enticed into it for money and fame as they sacrifice their inner quality so consequently the societal inner quality.
What inner quality?
I suspect what you want is to make society have your moral system. This is not what freedom is, nor is freedom desirable only if people act based upon a particular moral system. It is not the government's job to make us good people.
Juice wrote:Can we at least try to pretend that we expect more from women than them just being the object of sex and poor self image.
I don't want my children to be telemarketers, those costumed advertisers on street corners, or even corporate lawyers. Should I mandate all of these occupations be criminalized?
You ought to make your children good people by teaching them to choose of their own volition to be good, not by making society punish them for personal choices.