Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Green lights for red lights

Who would have thought that prostitution would ever become a home-based business?

When the issue of home-based businesses first arose it was to license those who provided services in their homes - hair, nails, sewing, accounting, legal - and one of the arguments was that these types of business allowed people to stay at home with their families while still actively engaging in their professions.  They were limited to the number of people they could service in a day. 

It was also to make them pay licensing fees and taxes that commercial enterprises paid for providing the same services.

If hookers cannot provide services in their homes, then is  it truly a home-based business?

This may be like the "I'm a little bit pregnant" scenario. You either are or you aren't.

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