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STUDENT A's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to Student B.)

(1) What springs to mind when you hear the word ‘prostitution’?
(2) What is the status of prostitution in your country?
(3) What’s your attitude towards prostitution?
(4) Do you think prostitution is really the world’s oldest profession? Can it be regarded as a profession?
(5) Should prostitution be legal?
(6) Should there be different laws concerning male prostitution and female prostitution?
(7) What do you think about making prostitution a criminal offence?
(8) What are the dangers to society of prostitution?
(9) What are the dangers to prostitutes of not legalizing prostitution?
(10) Why do people become prostitutes (high class or otherwise)?

STUDENT B's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to Student A.)

(1) What protection or safeguards should governments have in place to protect prostitutes?
(2) If prostitution has been around for thousands of years, how can governments stop it?
(3) What should the world do to stamp out child prostitution?
(4) What should governments do to stop human smuggling and prostitution rings?
(5) Is prostitution a matter of personal choice and not for governments to make decisions on?
(6) Are there any benefits to society of prostitution?
(7) If you were down on your luck, could you turn to prostitution?
(8) Are there areas in your town where prostitutes work?
(9) Why do so many politicians and movie stars get involved in prostitution scandals?
(10) Do you think people will still be asking these same questions about prostitution in 100 years from now?



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