Simple, bottle necking.
I'm confused -- in your last thread you said "Places where prostitution is legal, you won't find the cracked out "gutter tramp"
. So now you're saying that you WILL find it there after all.
By the way, there used to be prostitution "bottle necking" in Times Square when I was growing up, and there still is on 11th Avenue, Canal Street, and St. Mark's Place in NYC, yet it's nothing like The Strip in Las Vegas.
Since it is one of the few places where it is "acceptable" it causes a massive influx of prostitutes all struggling for "work".
That is one of the most ludicrous things I've seen in the entire time I've been a member of this forum. If there's such a "glut", then why would people "massively influx" there in order to work illegally? Why not work illegally near home instead where there isn't such a glut? Why is there enough demand for illegal prostitutes in Las Vegas to support an enormous population of them when legal brothels are around?
Do the child runaways, single moms, and drug addicts from around the country
all "massively influx" to that "bottleneck" so that they can prostitute illegally?
and because all the good jobs were taken
I'm looking forward to seeing your reference for this
In those other cities, you can't be so "out in the open" or you'll end up in cuffs.
As you will in Las Vegas where prostitution is illegal