EricJ

Whores Have Rights Too!

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The left supports a woman's right to choose. Her body... her decision. A man cannot tell us what to do with our bodies.

 

Where is their support for all of those prostitutes who want to make their own decisions about what to do with their bodies? They are allowed to get knocked up and have an abortion but cannot get paid in the process?

 

Why are these people not out there screaming for the rights of whores?

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Don’t give them any ideas. I’m all for de-criminalizing sex but we don’t need more protesters out there. 
 

Good point though, I think they just haven’t thought of it or they look down on

people who chose to sell their body. The Left is known to be way more judgmental than the Right. 

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7 mins ago, EricJ said:

Why are these people not out there screaming for the rights of whores?

They already are. They have a normalization word for it too. Goolag: "sex workers". Like its an acceptable commercial enterprise. The left always, ALWAYS tries to normalize perversion. 

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11 mins ago, EricJ said:

The left supports a woman's right to choose. Her body... her decision. A man cannot tell us what to do with our bodies.

 

Where is their support for all of those prostitutes who want to make their own decisions about what to do with their bodies? They are allowed to get knocked up and have an abortion but cannot get paid in the process?

 

Why are these people not out there screaming for the rights of whores?

Because abortion and the leading pro abortion group was founded to reduce the population of a certain ethnic group.  Not to enhance women's rights.

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See? It's just a job like being a teacher or farmer or any other noble profession. They just want to express their sexuality, you see, and earn a living doing their completely normal, unstigmatized, no-moral-hangup profession

 

 

Who are sex workers?


Sex workers are adults who receive money or goods in exchange for consensual sexual services or erotic performances, either regularly or occasionally.

 

Why use the term “sex worker” rather than “prostitute”?


The term “sex worker” recognizes that sex work is work. Prostitution, on the other hand, has connotations of criminality and immorality. Many people who sell sexual services prefer the term “sex worker” and find “prostitute” demeaning and stigmatizing, which contributes to their exclusion from health, legal, and social services.

 

Why do some people do sex work?


Sex workers sell sexual services in order to earn a livelihood. The vast majority of sex workers choose to do sex work because it is the best option they have. Many sex workers struggle with poverty and destitution and have few other options for work. Others find that sex work offers better pay and more flexible working conditions than other jobs. And some pursue sex work to explore and express their sexuality.

 

Why shouldn’t sex work be a crime?


Criminalization of sex work compromises sex workers’ health and safety by driving sex work underground. Criminalization includes everything from criminalizing the sale and purchase of sexual services, to blanket prohibitions on management of sex work. Criminalization makes it harder for sex workers to negotiate terms with clients, work together with other sex workers for safety, and carry condoms without fear that they will be used as evidence of prostitution.

Sex workers in many settings report extreme levels of violence and harassment in connection with their work, including from clients, managers, and police. Criminalization makes it difficult for sex workers to report rights violations, especially by the police, because they are vulnerable to incarceration, further abuse, and retribution. This perpetuates stigma, violence, and impunity, which further endanger sex workers’ health and safety.

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When it comes to abortions, underage girls can obtain one without parental consent. When that rule was instituted, it opened the doors to school nurses transporting young girls to abortion clinics, without consulting with the parental units, such as they are. Clearly offering even an aspirin without permission is still considered a violation, but a surgical operation becomes a complete non issue when one considers the political significance of the procedure.

 

So if the government allows for the transportation of young girls, without parental notification, for the purposes of tumor removals, then why shouldn’t young girls be allowed to get paid to produce these tumors, when that very production will accelerate their standing with regards to receiving school provided free healthcare at a women's health clinic ? It is all about access to healthcare.

 

If prostitution can be seen as a right, and therefor outside the bounds of government supervision, then so can all other sorts of behavior. Perverts could claim their behaviors are protected, and demand special status, which they have already done with gaye rights being held as superior to hetero rights.

 

Perverted men could simply walk right into the little girls bathrooms in schools, and peer under the stall doors. If the government chooses to simply ignore enforcing the previous laws restricting that access, as was the case with obama, then that behavior becomes protected and special status is afforded. He did not sign into law anything, he simply threatened to remove funding if his dictate supporting perversion was not implemented. In other words ignore the law as presently written, and do as I say, or else.

 

Selective enforcement, where one group is given a superior status by government officials seeking to promote a political agenda. Perverted men can simply ignore certain laws with impunity because a government official has established them as superior. It works the other way round, too. Certain criminal offenses can be bring enhanced penalties, should someone of one of these superior classes were to say they were offended at the time of the crime. Hate crimes are common law now and provide an extra level of satisfaction with regards to justice should the victim be of a selected class, and therefor that extra satisfaction means they possess rights that are superior to others.

 

So, prostitution can be made legal in all 50 states if the voters elect representatives that wish to make it so. Obviously there is no right that needs to be created or extended to women simply to allow them to sell access to their orifices. Just as there is no right that allows them to terminate the life of another. It is a matter left to the legislatures to enact their ability to do so, and that really has not happened. Instead it seems that what was enacted was confirmation of obedience to a Supreme Court decisions regarding one woman, and what she was allowed to do.

 

Whores have not achieved protected status as of yet. Gayes, perverts and baby killers have already been provided that special exalted status. I suspect child molesters will be next to receive special rights, but maybe whores will get some needed relief. never know.

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Will Robert Kraft lead the charge for the working women ? 
Orchids of Asia spa in Jupiter will surely welcome the NE Patriots owner with open legs . 

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Yes, "whores have rights".  Some get a check for $130K, others get a free ride to white house occupant.  Sky is the limit for "sex workers"

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15 mins ago, Gamakatsu said:

I don't care what two consenting adults do behind closed doors. None of my business.

That might be SOL liberal  quote is 2020 . Congratulations you can pick up your bag of baits at the fling . 

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1 hour ago, FishinMortician said:

When it comes to abortions, underage girls can obtain one without parental consent. When that rule was instituted, it opened the doors to school nurses transporting young girls to abortion clinics, without consulting with the parental units, such as they are. Clearly offering even an aspirin without permission is still considered a violation, but a surgical operation becomes a complete non issue when one considers the political significance of the procedure.

 

So if the government allows for the transportation of young girls, without parental notification, for the purposes of tumor removals, then why shouldn’t young girls be allowed to get paid to produce these tumors, when that very production will accelerate their standing with regards to receiving school provided free healthcare at a women's health clinic ? It is all about access to healthcare.

 

If prostitution can be seen as a right, and therefor outside the bounds of government supervision, then so can all other sorts of behavior. Perverts could claim their behaviors are protected, and demand special status, which they have already done with gaye rights being held as superior to hetero rights.

 

Perverted men could simply walk right into the little girls bathrooms in schools, and peer under the stall doors. If the government chooses to simply ignore enforcing the previous laws restricting that access, as was the case with obama, then that behavior becomes protected and special status is afforded. He did not sign into law anything, he simply threatened to remove funding if his dictate supporting perversion was not implemented. In other words ignore the law as presently written, and do as I say, or else.

 

Selective enforcement, where one group is given a superior status by government officials seeking to promote a political agenda. Perverted men can simply ignore certain laws with impunity because a government official has established them as superior. It works the other way round, too. Certain criminal offenses can be bring enhanced penalties, should someone of one of these superior classes were to say they were offended at the time of the crime. Hate crimes are common law now and provide an extra level of satisfaction with regards to justice should the victim be of a selected class, and therefor that extra satisfaction means they possess rights that are superior to others.

 

So, prostitution can be made legal in all 50 states if the voters elect representatives that wish to make it so. Obviously there is no right that needs to be created or extended to women simply to allow them to sell access to their orifices. Just as there is no right that allows them to terminate the life of another. It is a matter left to the legislatures to enact their ability to do so, and that really has not happened. Instead it seems that what was enacted was confirmation of obedience to a Supreme Court decisions regarding one woman, and what she was allowed to do.

 

Whores have not achieved protected status as of yet. Gayes, perverts and baby killers have already been provided that special exalted status. I suspect child molesters will be next to receive special rights, but maybe whores will get some needed relief. never know.

Blame the parents for not telling their daughter’s not to open the legs until married . Parents are not parenting . 

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