reply to post by unityemissions
but think that anyone who takes an honest view of it can see it leads to a degeneration of society over time. I would agree that ultimately the
problem lies in the mind, but also see that the solution lies in the laws which disincentives the acts from occurring.
The US has more than a 50% divorce rate, and children of single parents are at epidemic proportions. The Child Support entity of the government
distributes billions of dollars just in my state alone. Drug problems, and degeneration of society are already at all-time highs, yet drugs and
prostitution are still illegal. I don't understand how we can blame them, or how legalizing them could possibly make it any worse.
On the flipside we have areas like the Netherlands where both things are legal, and yet their crime rates are significantly lower, and the little
crime they do have usually comes from tourists acting crazy.
I believe the problem lies in restricting and over-regulating things, not in legalizing them.
Sex is a huge one for me, I love these threads, because I believe our expectations of sex in the western world are so out of whack with reality and
nature that we have created a timebomb that eventually erupts into things like this Colorado shooting. If that kid had ready access to prostitution,
instead of trying to use adultfriendfinder, or being frustrated by rejection at the college, then perhaps all that money spent on weapons and ammo
could have instead went to a nice girl pursuing her PhD just like he was.