Everyday Ethics


Should a legal brothel be allowed to fund a man’s bid for
the 2012 Olympics? New Zealand’s Logan Campbell says yes. The Taekwondo athlete
needs $300,000 to train his way to London, and by golly, he’ll do what he needs
to do to get there — including opening a brothel.

Prostitution is legal in New Zealand, but the country’s Taekwondo
national body still says that Campbell’s entry into the sex-trade might actually keep
him from the Olympics.

Sure, prostitution might be the world’s oldest
profession, but I don’t think I’m going to be cheering this guy on. How about you?  

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