Blah blah, sex is for procreation, blah blahSex has a lot of operatives that go on with it. Some people have to feel emotion with it, some don't. Some want a commitment, some don't. Some eventually want a kid because of it, some don't. The kid issue is the huge issue, and this cannot be denied. Sex causes kids. This is the actual purpose for sex. You can deny this, but it's biological that the reasons humans are made up the way they are is to attract the opposite sex to have sex and then make a baby. As long as sex is necessary for making children prostitution is going to be ostracized. This is also what makes it sacred. It's had a sacredness since the beginnings of time. You can have fun with it, but the fun is so you'll make a baby.
That's an argument for reasons for YOU not to have casual sex. It's not, however, an argument against prostitution.
It's been legal in one county in Nevada. And why would all prostitutes flock to Nevada for the trade? I like drugs, but if they made drugs legal in Nevada, I wouldn't just up and ****ing move there.This is true, but prostitution has been legal in Neveda a long time and it's not overun with legal prostitutes, and even has illegal ones. I was saying all prostitutes would be flocking to Neveda for the "trade" and they haven't. It's not that lucrative for most, so why bother with the hassle, plus it's messy and awkward. yikk!
And still, not an argument against legal prostitution.
So then you must think it's degrading for women to EVER have sex with anyone for any reason. After all, they're always penetrated.I still think it's a degrading profession for women because they are the one's being penetrated. Women are being dominated when they are being penetrated. I don't see how anyone can see it any differently. It's how men and women are made. Yes, they can also give blow-jobs, but here again, whose mouth is being penetrated?
And still... not an argument against legal prostitution.
And a prostitute can reject a client's money if they don't want it.Buying someone a drink to socialize and get to know them is not buying them something to get sex with, it's a social gesture of attraction, and the woman or man can reject it if they don't want it.
But yes, a guy buying a girl a drink under the pretense of "getting to know her" when all he cares about is getting laid, IS paying them.
And once more, no argument against legal prostitution.
I'm not sure how potential jealousy in personal relationships is relevant to a discussion about professional relationships of prostitution.That didn't need to be pointed out, and obviously I thought it was relevant, I took the time to type it.
And still in all of that, no logical argument against legal prostitution.