Rantings and tirades of a frustrated economist.
Which it effectively is if you're not going to prosecute it.
this is great news ! now you can go to new york and see a show and then get your own private show after !seriously though, new york is on the fast track to third world. defunding police will lead to all sorts of violence and gangs and this will lead in all sorts of drugs sold and human trafficking. most likely the rest of the usa to follow suit.captain you were right, nothing left to do in the usa now but "Enjoy the Decline"
Important distinction: the DA is going to decline to prosecute prostitutes. He said nothing about declining to prosecute those who solicit prostitutes. Separate law, still apparently going to be enforced.Either way, I'm curious if they're going to redirect the resources to investigate and prosecute child and human traffickers, pimps, and the like. Giving hookers access to resources to get clean seems like a great idea (although how many of those resources will be redirected by governmental corruption is anybody's guess), but addressing those who enslave others is vital as well.
New York City is well on its way to becoming the "gritty NYC" as depicted in movies like Taxi Driver, Death Wish, and The French Connection.
So glad I visited NYC in 2003, and hated it then, so I never went back... At least I got to stand on Liberty Island, Tour the UN, mack Swedish and Finnish Girls, walk around the Empire State Building (Going up was more exciting, imo), and see Ground Zero...And meet tons of stuck up New Yorkers! Yep, NYC was where I lost my faith in humanity, at 16, by seeing how people acted. Thankfully, I also bussed to a lot of way cooler shit on that trip. I'll never foeget that summer.
It's been legal in Atlanta for decades. A whoremongers paradise. Only the nasty ones ore walking the street. Online is where the action is or at one of 50 Asian "Massage" joints. Not that I would know personally, of course.
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