The Reason Sex Work Became Illegal Near the End of World War II and the Reason Cities Complied with the U.S. Military’s Request to Make Sex Work Illegal

Prostitution became illegal towards the end of World War II as military bases instructed cities that they would pull their base away from the city in question, if the city did not outlaw prostitution because it interfered with a soldier's ability to stay healthy. These cities would virtually always comply because they would lose tens of thousands of dollars spent by soldiers purchasing entertainment, alcohol, and cigarettes etc....

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