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Originally posted by annonymous1234
Remember Kids, it's not prostitution if you film it, it's a porno and pornos are legal
When I was younger I would have preferred a prostitute rather than spending time/money at a bar in the hopes of scoring. Would have been much easier to know I could spend my money on a woman knowing what I was getting.
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Originally posted by laiguana
I will support prostitution when society approves pet marriage. That's right. I want to marry my pet. That doesn't imply anything intimate...it just means that I want to have the benefits of marriage, but I want my partner to be my pet. If pet marriage doesn't happen...then I won't support prostitution either.
Originally posted by Afterthought
Prostitution is not really necessary anymore. Women's morals have gotten so loose that any man can get laid for free these days and stay clean as long as he's not too lazy (or needs to be told) to put on a condom.
Back in the day, when women waited to get married and men had to actually prove themselves to get laid, prostitutes were needed. Not anymore. Any guy who has to pay for sex is just lazy!
Nowadays, all a guy has to do is look for a sex club, fetish club, h3, swingers club, etc. to get his rocks off. I guess unless the guy is REALLY ugly or has an addiction that he can't satisfy, then he might have to pay for it.
Originally posted by haarvik
Prostitution still takes place in plain view, but it's disguised as something else. Men date women and pay for their evening. Movie, dinner, drinks, then back to one of their places for sex. What's the difference? It's purely semantics as the end goal is the same. I do not, however agree with pimps exploiting them. I think the red light district has it pretty well in line with how it should operate. I would also venture to say that the rate of rapes would go down as a result of legalizing it.