Owning a person

Discussion in 'Ethics, Morality, & Justice' started by S.A.M., Dec 13, 2009.

  1. Asguard Kiss my dark side Valued Senior Member

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    would you recomend cleaning toilets for a living? disposal of used needles? cleaning houses of the dead? repairing sewers ect ect

    prositution seems like a reasonably GOOD and enjoyable job concidering some others i could think off. If someone wants to do it then what difference does it make that they are having sex vs everyother bloody slave wage job. Hell a pro at least isnt on his\her feet all day, makes ALOT more than min wage and probably doesnt have back injuries
     
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  3. Asguard Kiss my dark side Valued Senior Member

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    its a service sam, dont play dumb.
     
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  5. mike47 Banned Banned

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    Of course .
    If she was paid for an act and she was forced to perform another act, it is rape .
    There are prostitutes who sell their bodies for money to buy the necessities of life due to poverty, while others do it because they are drug addicts and need the money to support their habits and the rest are damn lazy who want to sell their bodies to get monies instead of working like the rest of us .
     
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  7. S.A.M. uniquely dreadful Valued Senior Member

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    I'd clean the toilets. I get to wear gloves, wear a face mask and use industrial disinfectant. Compare that with putting in your mouth something that has indiscriminately been in a lot of asses [and the Lord knows where else, you're not getting a discriminating bunch visiting prostitutes].

    Nope, I'd clean the toilets TYVM.

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  8. Asguard Kiss my dark side Valued Senior Member

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    thats nice for you, but dont judge other peoples choices
     
  9. mike47 Banned Banned

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    Prostitutes are full of diseases . I feel sorry for those who do it to support themselves or their children to achieve the necessities of life . The rest are a bunch of lazy crap and good for nothing .
     
  10. S.A.M. uniquely dreadful Valued Senior Member

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    I don't judge the choices, but the choices say a lot about the people.

    Someone who would rather sleep with strangers for money than clean toilets is going to show the same judgment in the rest of their choices.

    e.g. I would not consider one of them a suitable homemaker for young children.
     
  11. John99 Banned Banned

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    I have never used the services of a prostitute. I know that i dont tell strangers what they should do.
     
  12. Asguard Kiss my dark side Valued Senior Member

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    ever herd of mesothelioma?
    Health care workers are at constant risk of MRSA, Hep (all of them), AIDs ect
    Vets are at risk of Hendra virus, not to mention whatever respitory virus happens to be developing in the animal populations. So are farmers
    chese producers are at risk of listeria
    office workers are in danger or CVD, MI, and obesity because they sit on there fat asses all day not to mention RSI

    no matter the proffession there are health risks which go with it
     
  13. Asguard Kiss my dark side Valued Senior Member

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    why? what gives YOU that right?

    where exactly would you draw the line anyway?
    what about a lingerie model? they show there bodies off for money too

    what about a prostitute who specilises in working with the physically and mentally disabled? they show a HELL of a lot more compassion than you seem to be capable of
     
  14. Fraggle Rocker Staff Member

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    This is a classic case of how the shit-for-brains government makes its own prophecies come true. Prostitutes do NOT have a remarkably higher incidence of disease in places where their profession is legal, like Holland or Nevada. They inspect their clients before they do anything, they're free to reject anyone who arouses their suspicions, and their management supports their judgment because they all have a reputation to maintain.

    Prostitution is just like drugs: The worst problems are caused by making it illegal and shifting it to the black market, where the industry will be taken over by mobsters and hoodlums.

    You're more likely to catch something from a girl you pick up in a bar than from a legal prostitute. You know the hooker gets a full medical exam once a month and is always sober when she decides who to have sex with.
     
  15. John99 Banned Banned

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    too bad none of that is true. in a perfect world it would be true but these issues start off bad. there are also illegal hookers in nevada. the thing is you comment is not based on reality.
     
  16. iceaura Valued Senior Member

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    You can ask that question about a lot of jobs - would you be willing to do anything at all some psychotic boss might want done? If you have agreed to perform a job, and taken the money, can you refuse any demands whatsoever that come with your boss's whims or preferences?
    So you are comparing someone cleaning toilets with control over the circumstances, to someone having sex with a parade of random strangers and no such control.

    Invalid comparison. You just have a better pimp, running your toilet cleaning operation. If you had to clean toilets under the same conditions you propose for prostitution, and offered the possibility of a promotion to prostitution under the same conditions you propose for toilet cleaning, you might choose (and respect the choice) differently yourself.
    A lot of factory owners seem to think so.

    Not so long ago, "wage slavery" was a real concern of ordinary people - the idea of working for wages all your life was viewed as morally questionable, and to choose such a life if it could be avoided a perversion of a kind.
     
  17. fellowtraveler Banned Banned

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    REPLY: You obviously have never been with or even met the better class of them or you would know they would laugh at any notion of being a homemaker for you or anyone else. ...traveler
     
  18. mike47 Banned Banned

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    S.A.M. is a lady and not a horny man with a tail.......

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  19. Enmos Valued Senior Member

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    If she changes her mind the deal is off anyway, even if she keeps the money. It's just that she has stolen your money in that case.
     
  20. Grim_Reaper I Am Death Destroyer of Worlds Registered Senior Member

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    Yes in most Countries prostition is illegal so the act of paying for sex is illegal so anything after thet would all so be illegal.
     
  21. fellowtraveler Banned Banned

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    REPLY: Not I or anyone else has suggested doing anything illegal. I always made a point of suggesting countries and Nevada where it is legal. ...traveler
     
  22. Asguard Kiss my dark side Valued Senior Member

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    there are lots of contracts like this, prositution isnt alone in the fact that in certain contracts forcing someone to perform a service (or even provide a good though im not sure on this one) is not alowed under law. Insted in these contracts clawses which related to breaking the contract provide for compensation. In fact i belive most employment contracts are like this, you cant be FORCED to work but you can be forced to compensate the other party if you fail to work (in employment contracts it tends to be just loss of income but for companies the penelties are more steep). The most ovious of these sorts of contracts would be a marriage contract, you cant be forced to stay married but you can be required by the courts to compensate the other party (under some juristictions anyway, in Australia currently there is a no blame policy but there is discussion about changing this)
     
  23. Enmos Valued Senior Member

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    You are talking about legal contracts..
    Rape is illegal.
     

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