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Have you/would you ever use the services of a prostitute?

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Have you/would you?

Yes 38 31.67%
 
No 82 68.33%
 
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Corrupt public officials and organised crime syndicates are behind widespread human trafficking of women being forced into prostitution. A small minority of high class escorts in a first world country do not represent the majority of poor women from third world countries that have been exploited and trafficked into slavery. There are so many African, Latin, Eastern European and Asian women that have been forced into prostitution. Prostitution is not a victimless crime and people need to stop believing the lies pushed by Hollywood and the media. Prostitution should remain illegal just like illegal drugs should be kept illegal.

https://www.listland.com/top-10-reasons-prostitution-should-be-illegal/



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Dark_Lord_2008 said:
Corrupt public officials and organised crime syndicates are behind widespread human trafficking of women being forced into prostitution. A small minority of high class escorts in a first world country do not represent the majority of poor women from third world countries that have been exploited and trafficked into slavery. There are so many African, Latin, Eastern European and Asian women that have been forced into prostitution. Prostitution is not a victimless crime and people need to stop believing the lies pushed by Hollywood and the media. Prostitution should remain illegal just like illegal drugs should be kept illegal.

You're looking at this in too much of a black-and-white, one-size-fits-all mentality. Manual laborers in third world countries often work under inhumane conditions, but that doesn't mean everyone in the world who does manual labor is being treated inhumanely.

Keeping prostitution illegal serves no purpose as it does not prevent it from happening, it simply makes it more dangerous. Prohibiting it simply does not work.

And that same website, Listland, also has a top 10 reasons on why it should be legalized: https://www.listland.com/top-10-reasons-prostitution-legalized/

Last edited by curl-6 - on 28 October 2018

Dark_Lord_2008 said:

Corrupt public officials and organised crime syndicates are behind widespread human trafficking of women being forced into prostitution. A small minority of high class escorts in a first world country do not represent the majority of poor women from third world countries that have been exploited and trafficked into slavery. There are so many African, Latin, Eastern European and Asian women that have been forced into prostitution. Prostitution is not a victimless crime and people need to stop believing the lies pushed by Hollywood and the media. Prostitution should remain illegal just like illegal drugs should be kept illegal.

https://www.listland.com/top-10-reasons-prostitution-should-be-illegal/

How's prostitution being illegal working out for those women you mentioned?

It's a delusion to believe making something illegal will make it disappear. There are lots of examples of regulated prostitution done right, those should serve as an example on how to handle these delicate matters, not just make it illegal and be done with it like what's happening in most places now.



curl-6 said:
Dark_Lord_2008 said:
 Prostitution is slavery, a last resort career to support addictions or pay off debt. You would get a real job and not be exploited if you have choice.

Not necessarily true at all. The two sex workers I know are intelligent, independent women without addictions or debt. They could work in many other jobs if they wanted to.

Exploitation implies an abusive imbalance of power, but there's no such imbalance when they do it of their own free will and could quit any time they want. And it's certainly not slavery when they can make more money in a night than I do in a week. Sex work is a "real job". You are providing a service in exchange for money, just like a plumber or a video game developer.

Are some women forced into prostitution and exploited? Yes, which is why its better for it to be legal and regulated. But not every sex worker is a helpless victim.

I think that most sex workers are independent strong women but that's an image that media/extreme activists would never want to sell us.

And in most of Europe it is legal and regulated taxpaying work.



I haven’t called a Prostitute before, but years ago when online dating became a thing I had a few hookups that felt very much what I imagine a prostitute would feel like. I was in my early 20s at the time, and any time I came across a woman in her late twenties to early thirties, without fail it was a 30 to 90 minute date that was all physical, and then we’d never speak again.

I’d say it’s a worthy experience, especially if you’re just through a relationship and need a woman to share a sexual outlet with: a quick stop at the game stands before jumping onboard the next roller coaster.



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No, my life has never gotten that desperate. Haven't had sex in two years, but I honestly don't care about that right now.



Sexual physical needs met but no emotional connection. Sex workers usually despise their male clients, society looks down on both sex workers and their clients. Bring on the sex robots and the costs of sex robots will reduce over time. With sex robots, men will not be judged by society. Strong laws that criminalise clients(johns) is better than targeting the poor women that are often coerced into sex work by abusive partners(pimps) or financial reasons. The sex workers are human beings that have usually coerced into sex work and are victims. The majority of sex workers have no choice in third world countries. There are a minority of high class escorts in first world countries claiming it is their choice their body. Many sex workers are frequently owned by pimps and brothel madams and controlled by criminal gangs in first world countries. Sex workers on fake student visas brought in from third world countries to work in first world brothels are not their by choice when they have to work to pay off debts.



Dark_Lord_2008 said:
Sexual physical needs met but no emotional connection. Sex workers usually despise their male clients, society looks down on both sex workers and their clients. Bring on the sex robots and the costs of sex robots will reduce over time. With sex robots, men will not be judged by society. Strong laws that criminalise clients(johns) is better than targeting the poor women that are often coerced into sex work by abusive partners(pimps) or financial reasons. The sex workers are human beings that have usually coerced into sex work and are victims. The majority of sex workers have no choice in third world countries. There are a minority of high class escorts in first world countries claiming it is their choice their body. Many sex workers are frequently owned by pimps and brothel madams and controlled by criminal gangs in first world countries. Sex workers on fake student visas brought in from third world countries to work in first world brothels are not their by choice when they have to work to pay off debts.

Prohibition doesn't solve those problems though; where prostitution is criminalized, it is controlled entirely by criminals, thereby increasing rates of coercion, trafficking, exploitation, and other forms of abuse.

Last edited by curl-6 - on 12 November 2018

Hell no.

Not that low of a person and dont want some sort of sexual disease.



    

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