The state should tax or ban immoral behaviour (like gambling, pre-marital sex and pornography)

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Some practices like gambling, pre-marital sex and pornography, while not causing direct damage to health, nevertheless harms the mental on moral well-being of citizens and should therefore be either banned, regulated or heavily taxed. While the actual list of what is considered immoral depends on time and culture (homosexuality and masturbation were still a while ago and still are in many parts of the world considered immoral and illegal), in democracy it is natural to go with what the majority of the people consider immoral.

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