True. But why support something that can potentially harm the community? Isn't it sensible or moral to think of the consequences? Now governments cannot prevent husbands cheating on their wives. That is beyond them. But they can at least try to lessen the possibilty of that happening (eliminating prostitution is one way). As I said in my previous post, which you chose to ignore... Prostitution does not harm the community. It harms some people's sensibilities because they don't think casual sex is "moral", that's all. Also, prostitution does not help men cheat. Men have to pay exhorbitant prices for prostitutes. How does this "help" them cheat? They are much more likely to do it when they can get free sex. Don't you think we women wonder where the extra $300 goes?