Comments on: Prostitution: their bodies, their rights http://blogs.reuters.com/the-human-impact/2012/08/01/prostitution-their-bodies-their-rights-2/ Mon, 26 May 2014 16:53:10 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.5 By: svs045 http://blogs.reuters.com/the-human-impact/2012/08/01/prostitution-their-bodies-their-rights-2/comment-page-1/#comment-29 Fri, 03 Aug 2012 02:04:14 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/the-human-impact/?p=800#comment-29 …. and one day the law will be changed… like permission for gay marriages…. society cannot rule human minds for ever… not the least when the state does not have a clue to problems faced by their citizens.. as a young boy i used to live next door to a family where one of the ladies was a known prostitute.. but we had normal neighbourly relationship with her.. even we invited her to attend weddings in our family.. exchange sweets for diwali etc…. let us understand they have a nomal birth like any of us .. and they have chosen this profession to lead a normal life .. they may not believe in marriages and family life… that is their choice …. state cannot force them to marry .. or spend a lifetime without having sex .. the difference is that they collect money.. that should not affect moral pundits.. high sounding moral pundits collect monies to perform last rites after a person dies.. so they collect money for what they feel is a profession.. not duty to society… let us leave them to their profession, as long as they do not interfere with our normal life.. amen

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By: VGanti http://blogs.reuters.com/the-human-impact/2012/08/01/prostitution-their-bodies-their-rights-2/comment-page-1/#comment-27 Thu, 02 Aug 2012 08:43:14 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/the-human-impact/?p=800#comment-27 It is a sad plight of the socitey we live in. The demand always fuels the supply and there is a need to educate these women on the future diseases that would affect them for being in the current industry. A person no matter what profession he/she choses should be treated the same with no bias. Alas this is a dream that wil be made true only through common people. If these women are shown a way of makin gthe same earning without having to subject themselves to this barbarism of selling their bodies, would they still be willing to pursue this profession is a question which sadly begs for an answer. The most basic of necessities when a government fails to provide will lead to these atrocities on women. The Government of India (including the people of this country) failed to provide the basic amenities to the people like security, food, clothing, shelter, honour and education. This failure in turn fuels ingorance, hatred and religious and other biases. The perfect solution for this would be an economicaly dominant society where every person is free to pursue the profession of their choice with the freedom guaranteed by the law of the land to do so and the support of their fellow humanbeings to pursue the same.

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