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This post was edited by pnp at 2017-2-20 12:58|
With the projected 30 million single men, and the millions of migrant workers and businessmen working away from their wives, there is a huge and growing market for prostitution! But prostitution is illegal in China, and prostitutes carry on their trade underground, and therein lies the problem; it is a hotbed for sexually transmitted diseases that could spread like wildfire! The frequent police raids, such as in Dongguan, Guangdong Province, do not solve the problem; they only drive the trade deeper underground. Instead of knocking its head against the wall, the government should adopt a pragmatic approach. Since it can't wipe out this age old trade with police raids, it might as well legalize it and bring it under its control; as the saying goes, "If you can't beat them, join them!" With licensing, prostitutes would be required to go for regular health checks to protect their customers and prevent the spread of STDs. In addition, they would be required to pay their fair share of income tax, hence swelling the State coffers, a win win situation for the government! Prostitution is already legalized in many countries, precisely for reasons cited here. Far-sighted businessmen, always on the look-out for opportunities to make a fast buck, could well cash in on a slice of this huge and growing pie. They could set up fastsex outlets throughout China, just like fastfood outlets McDonalds and KFC, to cater to the needs of hordes of single men hungry for sex, and all legally, and above board too, once prostitution is legalized. But of course they have to wait a while for the government to change its mind, if at all! Then prostitutes don't have to stand at street corners and flee whenever the police close in, and their customers can patronise their fastsex outlets without the stigma that is currently the case, no different from patronising fastfood outlets.
Prostitution, if legalized and properly managed, could well be the next growth sector of the Chinese economy, spawning billionaires like Jack Ma of Alibaba fame!