Thus Objectivism holds that drug abuse is an immoral abdication of reason and profoundly self-destructive. But there is nothing about it that demands the initiation of force against others. Drugs are traded by violent criminals today because the drug trade is illegal, not because it inherently attracts criminals. The mob sold booze during Prohibition, after all, but it does not do so now that alcohol is legal again. We would be much better off to end the drug war and have the peace of free trade instead.Similarly, Objectivism views prostitution as a denial of the true nature of human sex. Sex can be the most intimate of encounters between people, a deeply personal experience of self. But this is not possible if it is not undertaken through mutual esteem that values both the conscious and physical aspects of the other person. But assuming that all parties take part voluntarily and are adults, there is nothing about prostitution that violates rights. It is absurd that we waste tax dollars trying to stamp this out, and it is a shame, too, because it drives prostitutes into the hands of criminals, where they suffer abuse and extortion.
Drug is not irrational. Ganja is safe and cheap. It’s like playing video games. Don’t you want to enjoy your life in ways that are far more cost efficient than buying cars? Prostitution is not denial of true nature of sex. Actually prostitution is the MOST natural arrangement of sex. Think about it. In MOST sexual encounter, men pays, women have sex.Almost every sex, is in a sense prostitution sex. Those who are not are like “island” in the middle of general rule that’s not much different than the regular sea but considered different anyway out twisted logic.