With our story on the prostitution school allowed to continue to teach students the art of sex, it begs the question, should such schools be allowed to exist?
Prostitution is claimed to be the oldest profession in the world and despite it being illegal in some countries, although not in Spain, it is common in most.
No matter what laws are put in place there will always be prostitutes. Unfortunately, many of Spain’s prostitutes are poor immigrant women, many of whom face daily threats to their safety.
Perhaps if more schools like this existed it would provide a safer environment for these women to learn about their trade and the industry’s laws.
A school such as this might also provide a place for women to meet up giving them a space to turn to if help is needed.
Education is a powerful tool and if learning about the industry is the first step to becoming liberated from it, perhaps prostitution school is not as ridiculous as it sounds.
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