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Thread: Prostitution: Constitutional or Unconstitutional? You Decide

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    Re: Prostitution: Constitutional or Unconstitutional? You Decide

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    Likewise, a woman can go sell her sexual services, but make it legal and pimps start running sex rings and taking advantage.
    Make prostitution legal, and regulate it... and make pimping illegal, and prosecute it.

    Problem solved.

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    Re: Prostitution: Constitutional or Unconstitutional? You Decide

    Quote Originally Posted by Aunt Spiker View Post
    So are we banning frivolous sex at all?
    We are talking about sex for money, specifically, because pimps don't work for free.

    If it's frivolous sex, then there's no financial incentive for cartels to smuggle women into other countries, and is not on-topic.

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    Re: Prostitution: Constitutional or Unconstitutional? You Decide

    Quote Originally Posted by Whovian View Post
    Make prostitution legal, and regulate it... and make pimping illegal, and prosecute it.

    Problem solved.
    So if prostitution were legal, you would still be against making a small business out of it?

    Do you hold this opinion about any other legal service?

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    Re: Prostitution: Constitutional or Unconstitutional? You Decide

    This seems to fit in with the times. Thank you, demoralization.

    Now I can have a real carreer as a pimp, get my 401K, and retire in my 30s.

    Now where's my *******?

    *This is definitely intended sarcasm

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    Re: Prostitution: Constitutional or Unconstitutional? You Decide

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    We are talking about sex for money, specifically, because pimps don't work for free.

    If it's frivolous sex, then there's no financial incentive for cartels to smuggle women into other countries, and is not on-topic.
    Have you seen the US lately?

    There's no need to smuggle anyone in. LOL - they're already here.
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    Re: Prostitution: Constitutional or Unconstitutional? You Decide

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    So if prostitution were legal, you would still be against making a small business out of it?

    Do you hold this opinion about any other legal service?
    never heard of independent contractors, I see.

    As for places like The Bunny Ranch, etc.. fine... regualte them. Streetcorner pimps, prosecute.
    Last edited by Whovian; 04-28-11 at 04:30 PM.

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    Re: Prostitution: Constitutional or Unconstitutional? You Decide

    Quote Originally Posted by Aunt Spiker View Post
    1. characterized by lack of seriousness or sense: frivolous conduct.
    2. self-indulgently carefree; unconcerned about or lacking any serious purpose.
    3. (of a person) given to trifling or undue levity: a frivolous, empty-headed person.
    If thats the definition of frivolous sex. Im in trouble. LOL
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    Re: Prostitution: Constitutional or Unconstitutional? You Decide

    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Dog View Post
    If thats the definition of frivolous sex. Im in trouble. LOL
    LOL

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    Re: Prostitution: Constitutional or Unconstitutional? You Decide

    Quote Originally Posted by Whovian View Post
    never heard of independent contractors, I see.


    Quote Originally Posted by Whovian View Post
    As for places like The Bunny Ranch, etc.. fine... regualte them. Streetcorner pimps, prosecute.
    They do prosecute street-walkers, and it doesn't stop anything.
    Last edited by Jerry; 04-28-11 at 05:16 PM.

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    Re: Prostitution: Constitutional or Unconstitutional? You Decide

    Quote Originally Posted by Paschendale View Post
    None of this is true. There is no evidence whatsoever that any exposure to pornography, depicting adults, real children, or fake children, encourages or leads to the abuse of children. At all. Zero. None. Don't make stuff up.

    There is, however, the possibility that such desires could be (in some cases) satiated with a proxy, like porn. After all, there are plenty of guys who look at rape porn, but then don't go out and rape anyone. Their desires are fleeting, and satisfied with fantasy. Why would pedophiles be any different?

    This part is actually true. And it makes sense. Even if you catch the perpetrator afterwards, they still stole someone's body parts and, you know... murdered them. So really, the problem is murderers. But at least the logic here is sound.

    Those clean professionals are the norm in the counties where prostitution is legal. To suggest that "criminals" will "take over" a legal industry is to suggest that post offices are subject to the same problem. If a criminal element can infiltrate one legitimate business, they (the mafia?) can do the same for any industry. If an industry is above board, in the light, then it removes the criminal element. It doesn't increase it.
    There's criminal actitvity in many fine upstanding industries. A less desirable place of employment is going to get a lot more seeds hanging around.What type of person would want to run a brothel? Most married men would be off limits. Guys with SO's would be unable to stay for various reasons. So you'd possibly get dried up old perverted geezers, or guys that didn't have enough sense to come in from the rain.

    Ever see the guy who runs the bunny farm in NV? He's a perve from a way back. It's in his eyes, his persona.

    I can not believe upstanding citizens would ever want to run a prostitution house. It's just not an honorable profession. People will do it, but you'd become a part of it. It would be on your face, your clothes, your soul/mind would even have a hard time shaking if off.
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