<h1>Vatican advocates legalization of prostitutes

Vatican advocates legalization of prostitutes

According to Catholic priests, prostitution can be classified
human trafficking - this is true for brothels and salons, where girls are lured
deception and forced to engage in prostitution against their will. Therefore the vatican
calls on developed countries to adopt specialized laws that would
defended the rights and freedoms of girls of easy virtue. Analysts of the online portal HOT LOVE UKRAINE studied appeals and
recommendations of Catholic priests, highlighting significant points that could
 would benefit prostitutes.

Church recommendations

It is impossible to eradicate the sex industry - it originated in the distant past and will be
develop in the future. But this market segment is important to legalize and control,
to minimize risks for girls and their partners. Therefore, it is recommended to enter
following laws:

1. In countries where the work of confused is illegal, it is worth legalizing punishments not only for
sex workers, but also for their customers. Obviously, intimate services will be bought before
as long as there is demand for them, and while men will take prostitutes without fear
fines and imprisonment, then the shadow business will flourish.

2. In states with legal prostitution, strict control and mandatory
registration of each ero-worker. This minimizes the risk of violent involvement.
and will protect girls and boys under the age of 18.

3. Putans need to provide social and labor bonuses, ranging from pension
savings and ending with holidays and sick leave.

4. For prostitutes who have lost the opportunity to earn money or have been injured at work,
It is recommended to create special shelters where they can temporarily stay until
don't get on their feet. For example, in Italy there are already similar establishments working under
patronage of Catholic priests, and the Pope himself visited them more than once
Roman, giving the girls all kinds of support.

Obviously, the Catholic Church is ready to accept and protect all people, regardless
on the type of employment, which attracts hundreds and thousands of parishioners to it.