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 Post subject: Re: Downtown merchants speak out!
PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2013 7:56 pm 
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Wow! you went and dug this out of the archives!
So you think prostitutes are clean and healthy? Hmmmm.....still would NOT want to see my daughter/sister/mother/grandmother in the business.
Ever hear of sloppy seconds? multiply that by 1,000, and have a go! Woman Power? a good education and a good job (that doesn't involve selling yourself) is empowering.

Archives? It was right there in this thread.

Knowing that you know nothing on the topic I'll let the women I know speak through their examples. I know more than 20 women that have worked in brothels, as strippers and as escorts. Every one of them chose to work where they did, they made good six figure incomes, were clean, college educated, respectable women. You placing a stigma on them because of your own narrow minded beliefs does more to harm them than anything their jobs could throw at them.

Did you know that not every encounter in a brothel is sexual, in fact a lot times no sexual contact is even made?

Did you know that when NOW sued the owner's of a brothel in Nevada in the name of the employees, the employees sued NOW for infringing on their right to do business and to be left alone.

You may be a woman but you know nothing about brothels nor the women that work there nor the clients that go there. All you see is something you don't like so it must be dirty. Typical bleeding heart bull. You don't get to decide what is good or right for someone else.


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 Post subject: Re: Downtown merchants speak out!
PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2013 10:01 pm 
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Shadow wrote:
Wow! you went and dug this out of the archives!
So you think prostitutes are clean and healthy? Hmmmm.....still would NOT want to see my daughter/sister/mother/grandmother in the business.
Ever hear of sloppy seconds? multiply that by 1,000, and have a go! Woman Power? a good education and a good job (that doesn't involve selling yourself) is empowering.

Archives? It was right there in this thread.

Knowing that you know nothing on the topic I'll let the women I know speak through their examples. I know more than 20 women that have worked in brothels, as strippers and as escorts. Every one of them chose to work where they did, they made good six figure incomes, were clean, college educated, respectable women. You placing a stigma on them because of your own narrow minded beliefs does more to harm them than anything their jobs could throw at them.

Did you know that not every encounter in a brothel is sexual, in fact a lot times no sexual contact is even made?

Did you know that when NOW sued the owner's of a brothel in Nevada in the name of the employees, the employees sued NOW for infringing on their right to do business and to be left alone.

You may be a woman but you know nothing about brothels nor the women that work there nor the clients that go there. All you see is something you don't like so it must be dirty. Typical bleeding heart bull. You don't get to decide what is good or right for someone else.

I'll start by saying that I don't care either way, but your last sentence demolishes everything said before that. Are you not trying to tell her what is good and right?

As far as it being a great career choice, I don't see a 45 year old hooker bringing in quite the same amount of money as in her 20's, so maybe, just maybe those girls ought to have a contingency plan.


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 Post subject: Re: Downtown merchants speak out!
PostPosted: Thu Jan 10, 2013 4:33 pm 
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Thankyou JeffT! I really don't care, or need to have the benefits of being a prostitute or stripper extolled for me. Confidence comes in many forms, and if some girl (or guy) wants that lifestyle, then go for it. But I never ever heard a little girl say...."when I grow up, I want to be a HOOKER!"
As for stigma, I don't place it on anyone. Society does.


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