I personally think that the whole prostitution industry should be decriminalised, thus enabling the authorities to police the industry (including trafficking) more effectively, whilst giving the public more freedom to spend their money however they choose.
You wont stop it, there is too much money and there will always be supply while there is demand.
Decriminalisation would be the best idea IMHO, its the worlds oldest profession, despite many years trying to stop it, so you may as well protect the girls, get some tax, and if done correctly (IE licenced brothels) then policing would be easy. Moral arguments aside, as it shouldnt be for the govenment making moral desisions on what is right and wrong.
Women who choose to become prostitutes of their own free will, and who are not forced into it, should be decriminalised
nah my wife needs to go shopping!!
It shouldn't be a crime to pay for sex.
It's a crime that something that feels so good can come for free.
this wouldnt stop prostitution...theres always gonna be a demand and the traffickers only care about money and are therefore gonna continue to supply
(Slightly off topic.....if anyone is interested, Taken, is a good film about trafficking)
hooker: "hey, wana **** me?"
me: "i sure would, but hang on a sec, have you been trafficked into the uk much? and are you conntrolled by a pimp at all?"
I can see it now ....
"How much love? Actually wait there .... Before we start I'm gonna have to see some official identification to prove you havent been trafficed into the UK or being controlled by a pimp..."
"Have you been illegally trafficed into the UK? No, Oh well thats good lets go"
Outrageous, the 'customers' are being penalised for the crimes of other people. Just the police being lazy. If we cant stop the nasty pimps, we'll arrest the unknowing men at the ****** end of the stick.
Certainly not. It's extremely naiive to believe that prostitution is going anywhere. It has existed for literally thousands of years. Legalisation and regulation is the most likely method to bring security to the girls involved in the industry, and provide liberation from trafficking.