Sunday, February 24, 2008

The anti-prostitution anti-porn conspiracy

I was thinking, who are johns' and hookers' real enemies? Then I found some women dedicated their life to eliminating prostitution on planet earth, they are also anti-porn, and usually claimed to be feminists.

I am curious as what their backgrounds are and what triggered them to do this. For me, somebody pissed me off a few inch right in front of my face, right from my monitor. So I pissed them back, because I can. And when I see that an 85 old woman has to suffer that pissed off feeling for 30 years, I can relate to why she still pickets after 30 years.

So anti-prostitution (anti-porn?, feminists?) people, what made you ticked? Your husband ran off with a prostitute?

Now the conspiracy, given that somebody wants to eliminate prostitution. Politicians aren't really conspiring; they try to get votes. Female politicians pick up what male politicians aren't interested or can't be interested. The public is easy. Women will agree that prostitution is wrong. And if you tell them getting rid of prostitutions are good to the prostitutes, they will easily agree. Men aren't going to protest and chant. If I tell Mrs Player that I support legalizing prostitution, she will get the wrong ideas. (Or the right ideas I must admit.)

I have been feeling and saying that many things are wrong in this area, but Bound, not gagged said the obvious. Then it dawned to me that AP conspiracies are everywhere.

They can't win arguments on moral grounds, not even legal principles. Porn is legal. Paying for sex is legal as long as you video it and put it out for sale? Worst than just prostitution. It's far beyond arguments, it's conspiracy.

Thou shall not buy pirated DVD's, as the revenue contribute to organized crimes. I brought that for a while, until they tried to lump everything onto prostitution. If organized criminals spend so much of their time and effort to pirate DVD's, it's a very good thing. If these guys are unemployed because of zero pirated DVD sales, they will do more harmful things.

AP people lumped slavery, sex trafficking, or just trafficking into prostitution. Prostitution is bad and they are here to save every prostitute, ignoring that almost all sex worker groups (in US) don't want to be rescued from prostitution.

Even johns and hookers fall for that too. Any Asian looking prostitute in San Francisco, charging cheaper than a hot white blond, must be trafficked. It's as bizarre as that black prostitutes must be slaves shipped from Africa.

Good old SF chronicle is always on my side. Remember the trafficking article on the raid in SF a while ago? I don't have time to look it up. It goes like this, "49 out of the 100 prostitutes are not trafficked, and they will be deported immediately". Now it's obvious that SF tried to twist and spin the illusion that 51% are trafficked sex slaves. But in fact, that they don't want to report, I bet with my penis that the other 51 are legal residents or tourists.

And 49 illegal immigrant prostitutes is so impressive because SF is a sanctuary city. LE has no right to ask if anybody is a legal resident. And now they even want to lump illegal immigration with prostitution, organized crime, moral decay of society, etc.

And some more,

Ambassador John Miller headed the federal Trafficking in Persons office when the prostitution policy was first enforced in 2003. Before he left office last year, I once asked him if he believed every prostitute is, de facto, a slave.

"No," he said, drawing out the word. "If you take the Melissa Farley study, in eight or nine countries including the U.S., 89 percent of prostitutes say they want to leave" the job. "So I guess you can say 11 percent are not slaves."


It's as bizarre as it gets. I want to leave my job too, and so I'm a slave now? Everybody is playing the words and numbers game, instead of going out to get some real traffickers.

And remember the SF article titled Sex Trafficking interview? The interview started with what the victim did after she was freed from the traffickers. There wasn't mention of any trafficking. Now I understand.

I support legalization as long as it's not in my backyard. So prostitutes are not licensed to work in residential areas. Business real estates and hotels have the right to refuse service to anybody. They would be fine, but I don't know if that will generate lots of discrimination law suits.

You can see if you open the flood gate, you can say half of SF prostitutes are aliens. Because the price is heaven compared to back home. So I understand the trend of illegalization in Europe, because of the flood of immigrants and prostitutes. The AP's are using this as their new weapon in their conspiracy. And the Amsterdam red light district is shrinking.

Please forget what is high end and low end, johns and hookers, fight for your brothers and sisters. For if you are anti trafficking, you may be labeled as having BBW fetish.

3 comments:

AH said...

I have always thought many arguments against porn and pros has to do with anti-womanism.

God forbid that women shake off the mantle of respectability and go ahead and get paid for the use of their bodies.

Men have no problem with sex outside the previous boundaries that we have maintained for years.

Women should not let themselves feel bad because they have decided to get some of the profits made off female sexuality.

Funny, it is okay to make a porn movie for distribution through a studio but not so cool to make one in private with a man, who just happens to show his thanks in cash and gifts.

The Player said...

I have been looking for some free reading on anti-pros, so as to understand the persons who want to eliminate prostitution. Drawing blank at the moment.

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