Can Indians do better than Germans?-legalization of prostitution
When Germany legalized prostitution in December 2001, the country was hoping that legalization would finally allow the government to regulate its sex industry. They believed that legalization would reduce illegal trafficking of women, provide safer environment for prostitutes, and decreased stigma attached to the industry.
What's Changed in Germany?
Legalization, if anything, has only facilitated organized criminals, brothel owners, and pimps to sex traffick women from abroad to Germany. Certainly, legalization also granted the prostitutes more rights. Upon legalization, the prostitutes are able to join unions and get health insurance by law.  However, only a few prostitutes were able to take advantage of such system.  Even after the legalization, sex trafficking victims from Easter
Legalization of prostitution in India is further discussed int his article. It shows the case of Germany and the way legalization of prostitution only brought Germans the challenges to fight against increased sex trafficking and loss of revenues from unpaid taxees by the brothels and clubs. India already retains a lot higher corruption rate than Germany. But, Does India have better capacity to regulate prostitution than Germans upon legalization?