Susan Finkelstein, 43, was arrested this week for allegedly offering sex acts in exchange for tickets to the World Series. She says she is innocent, having been misunderstood by the undercover cop who busted her. But if she really was offering ‘sex for seats’, is that really something that should land her in trouble with the law? Who is the victim in such a ‘crime’? Assuming what she did was prostitution, why is prostitution illegal? Doesn’t a person own their body and their money, and shouldn’t they therefore be entitled to trade one for the other without interference and infringement from their government?

In this clip I ask these questions and ponder the issue a little. Press play below to listen.