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25th-Mar-2009 12:00 pm
Brains or beauty? Women still conflicted
Tue Mar 24, 2009 2:48pm EDT

LOS ANGELES (Reuters Life!) - Smart or thin? Rich or ugly?

Women still have a complex and contradictory relationship with their own image according to a poll released on Tuesday that found 25 percent of those questioned would rather win the "America's Next Top Model" TV show than the Nobel Peace Prize. [...]


I've never been politically correct. This blog don't play that game. I call it like I see it. If you don't like it, then tell me and you had better have data to back it up. You have been warned.

Gold diggers... Women that have sex for money are, by definition, prostitutes. According to the poll, half of women 18-24 are willing prostitutes looking for a John.

Let's extend that a bit shall we? How many women have said, "Honey, take out the garbage or no nookie for you!" ? All of those that raised their hands have just decided that the price for sex with you is now a menial chore. Wow, you come cheap.

Another poll: how many of you ladies out there had sex with a guy because he took you out for dinner and a movie, but you didn't really like him? All you that raised your hands - you received compensation for sexual services and you are, by definition, a prostitute.

Subtle difference, isn't it? Sleep your way to the top = prostitute. Oral for backstage pass or front row seats? Prostitute.

Any time you exchange sex for compensation in goods or services, you are prostituting yourself. The exchange does NOT have to be one of cash to make it prostitution. Why do you think that famous house of ill repute was called "The Chicken Ranch"?

Guys... don't you dare put your beloved in the position of "I'll let you have that trip to Canada if you only..." or other ways to entice her to sleep with you. You are putting her in a horrible position. It is you who is now assigning a value to sex - if she is quick witted she'll see what you are doing. Do you really want to be married to a hooker?

Prostitution devalues the act of "making love". It reduces it to a purchasable service instead of what it should be: a gift of the closest intimacy, a moment of intense emotional bonding with your loved one.

Parents - we must teach our children better. We must teach them what they are making themselves into when they do these things.
26th-Mar-2009 03:50 am (UTC)
I'm not 100% sure I agree with the broadening of the term 'prostitute' to include ALL of the above behaviors, but I certainly agree with the conclusion and overall sentiment. All of the behaviors mentioned devalue love-making, and really should be avoided.
26th-Mar-2009 02:22 pm (UTC)
The behavior is not the issue. The issue is intent.

For example, a gal goes on a date with a guy. He takes her to a very nice restaurant and to opening night of a well reviewed play. The guy is a bit of a sad sack nebbish. She doesn't really like the guy, but decides to sleep with him - but NOT because he spent money on her, but because out of pity. That is not prostitution.

The difference is in the INTENT. If she slept with him BECAUSE he spent money on her, then she's a prostitute.
26th-Mar-2009 09:49 pm (UTC)
Clarity of intent might be hard to prove (or know for certain). I think most people rarely do anything for exactly one well defined purpose, and women choosing to have sex with someone especially is a choice that includes many thoughts. If a woman definitely was only thinking about liquid assets, goods, and services as a reason to do it, yes, no question you are right.
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