posted on Jul, 20 2008 @ 05:04 PM
This apparently is a problem, but I suppose that depends on your point of view.
In my area there was a recent sting where the cops called up half a dozen women advertising and they showed up and they went to jail for
Where your point of view comes into play is were they doing anything wrong? The hookers or the cops.
Some women see being a hooker as a lifestyle, a job, that actually pays pretty good. If they choose that of their own free will, I don't have a
problem with it.
I can see the police having a problem with it, simply because it's illegal and it's their job to enforce the law. Still, I would rather see them
chasing heroin dealers and robbers than busting hookers.
Another thing, why would a lady of the night advertise on Craigslist when she knows she will probably walk into a set up. It's used for stings all
I suppose getting busted is just part of the job. If a woman chooses this as an occupation and does so of her own free will, getting busted shouldn't
be. In Nevada and Amsterdam and other places where prostitution is legal they have rules to govern it. Monthly check ups, desease screening and
Yes, hooking on Craigslist is a problem, But I don't think it should be.