I would like to tell you about a ceratin (and at the time very debated) Swedish law. Then I would like to hear what you think of it, because it is a law that goes against what I belive is the American concept of justice but it also (I think) talks straight to the American concept of morallity. In Sweden prostitution is illegal. But the law is constructed like this: It is not criminal to be a prostitute (selling of sex). It is criminal to buy sex. It is criminal to administer selling of sex. (selling of sex on behalf of someone else). The reasoning is that it is the buyers market, therefore the buyers are considered to be in control, so to say. Punishing prostitutes is regarded as useless since (in many cases) it is their social situation that make them resort to prostitution anyway. Compared to any other law it is totally backwards: Try it on drugs, - the dealer is not a criminal, only the buyer.