What do good people believe sex justifies? Who is good? Is it judgmental to say one is good and another is not? Are good people judgmental? Is judging people a trait of the good?
I agree with those who are so angry about being used as sex toys when they and others were children. It is heinous. How does one who never experienced or will experience these exploitations or the desire to exploit come to understand these intricacies so well?
I have to think of something like an economic model. The rule of supply and demand seems to fit. If there is not supply, the price goes up. If there is supply aplenty, the price goes down.
If there is no demand, the price goes down. If there is no supply, the price goes up.
If there is no supply and no demand, the issue will become moot.
I don't see how we can get to the last one.
I think those countries where this is legal would benefit from good jobs. What do they have to offer the world and their citizens? Do they have natural resources, inexpensive workforces that can undercut 1st and 2nd world worker pays, governments which desire to obtain taxes from the work of its citizens? Do they have corporate tax structures that make it profitable for a business to relocate there in a new high tech building built on low cost property within an area with a large willing and capable workforce?
Or, are they simply trying to get someone to offer them some funding for fighting crime?
Just some thoughts that came up.
What does this have to do with your thread topic, @tech-novelist
? I haven't a clue.