How to solve the problem of prostitution 

Question: Should prostitution be legal like in the Netherlands or should it be illegal like in other countries? Maybe it should be treated in a way Sweden does. In Sweden, the client is punished but not the woman who is working in this capacity.

Answer from the Ascended Master Mother Mary through Kim Michaels. This answer was given during the 2020 Webinar – Increasing Your Christ Discernment.

Well, another example of a question that doesn’t have a strictly black and white answer. It is clear that there are certain countries that have decided to legalize prostitution because they have come to the realization that it is a phenomenon that will be there regardless.

So, when it is illegal it will be forced underground, which means the people who are working in that area will have no protection, no legal recourse. There will be no oversight or regulation of it, whereas when you legalize something then there can be some oversight and some protection against for example, human trafficking and women being forced into prostitution.

Is this the ideal solution? No, of course not. Is the solution enacted in Sweden ideal? No, but it can also be a valid solution for some countries. It is clear that in the long term the solution to prostitution is that the demand goes away whereby the supply also will dry up. For the foreseeable future of course, this will only mean that those who are organizing prostitution will move to other countries where there is still a demand and there will be a demand for a long time in the future.

But nevertheless, it is clear that as part of raising the collective consciousness there will be some nations that will come to that point of recognizing that as a part of basic humanity, prostitution simply isn’t acceptable to them anymore. This will then raise the collective consciousness so that people, also those who are buying prostitution, will be able to rise above this need and find another way to deal with their sexual desires.

This is not a simple thing, because we have talked about before, how the abuse of women comes from advertising, where mens’ sex drive is artificially inflated. These things will need to be addressed before you can come to the point where the demand for prostitution fades away.


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