Body Rights
Many proponents of the pro-choice movement (those that support a woman’s right to an abortion) cite a woman’s right to have control over her body. Further, the finding
of the case Roe v. Wade—the United State Supreme Court decision, which in 1973 established a woman’s right to receive an abortion—stated that it was a woman’s right to
privacy that allowed her to terminate a pregnancy (among other factors). With these two arguments in mind, does it stand to reason that a woman should be able to
legally prostitute herself? Does control over one’s body and a right to privacy, support an individual’s choice to exchange sex, as a service, for money? Why or why
not?
Many proponents of the pro-choice movement (those that support a woman’s right to an abortion) cite a woman’s right to have control over her body. Further, the finding
of the case Roe v. Wade—the United State Supreme Court decision, which in 1973 established a woman’s right to receive an abortion—stated that it was a woman’s right to
privacy that allowed her to terminate a pregnancy (among other factors). With these two arguments in mind, does it stand to reason that a woman should be able to
legally prostitute herself? Does control over one’s body and a right to privacy, support an individual’s choice to exchange sex, as a service, for money? Why or why
not?

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Body Rights
Many proponents of the pro-choice movement (those that support a woman’s right to an abortion) cite a woman’s right to have control over her body. Further, the finding
of the case Roe v. Wade—the United State Supreme Court decision, which in 1973 established a woman’s right to receive an abortion—stated that it was a woman’s right to
privacy that allowed her to terminate a pregnancy (among other factors). With these two arguments in mind, does it stand to reason that a woman should be able to
legally prostitute herself? Does control over one’s body and a right to privacy, support an individual’s choice to exchange sex, as a service, for money? Why or why
not?
Many proponents of the pro-choice movement (those that support a woman’s right to an abortion) cite a woman’s right to have control over her body. Further, the finding
of the case Roe v. Wade—the United State Supreme Court decision, which in 1973 established a woman’s right to receive an abortion—stated that it was a woman’s right to
privacy that allowed her to terminate a pregnancy (among other factors). With these two arguments in mind, does it stand to reason that a woman should be able to
legally prostitute herself? Does control over one’s body and a right to privacy, support an individual’s choice to exchange sex, as a service, for money? Why or why
not?

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