But there is another approach to prostitution. It considers prostitution as a business or a profession and attempts to uphold other traits of the positive sides of prostitution to support and treat it as like any other business. But these arguments appear to lose the little bit ground if compared with the negative sides of prostitution. This approach argues that prostitution is just part of the business act. As women, they are providing services using her own talent, whereas, men is rewarding with money responding to their services. But the weaker side with this argument is that it always overlooks the negative sides of prostitution and does not answer all of the questions that arise in the context of legalizing prostitution. It is argued in this way that prostitution serves both the prostitutes and the brothel-goers in several ways. First it satisfies the carnal desires of both parties while one party becomes financially benefitted. But it ignores the master-slave trait in the relationship of the prostitute with the brothel-goers.
A close analysis of human history shows that prostitution is one of the oldest and the most controversial profession in human.