Saturday, February 26, 2011

Louisiana’s ‘Crime Against Nature’ Sex Law

I got it from Maggie, and added it somewhere in Wikipedia, where you can read about it from the links.  I have seen that the pro-prostitution camp is there already and catching up.  From my experience, for those not familiar with it, Wikipedia is effective because of SEO, especially if you put details of how people foul up under their own names.  You can make up any topic, like discrimination against prostitutes in politics/xxx, trafficking and prostitution, but the catch is, it's like a literature/book review.  You need multiple reliable sources, who is supposed to be unbiased and do fact checking like good newspapers, talking specifically about the topic. Otherwise anything goes until edit wars start.  It's fun if you are a good (fast) writer and passionate about it above anything else - like a celebrity, you can pick many courses to fight for.  I fail on both counts.

The law itself is defining what is nature, which is against nature.  Nature defines itself.

You may have noticed that they went after Backpages after Craiglist.  The one they use this time is a 13 year old - domestic child trafficking.  The points I don't argue is that I probably agree.  The point is, if you don't call a spade a spade, you will end up having something like the British libel law, and you will have a hard time "reforming" it.

She is a chronic run-away with severe drug problems.  She has a family that wants her back.  It doesn't help her much if you eliminated prostitution.  She will probably end up like other boys who are not prostitutes.  Armed robbery is a possibility, just saying.

I can represent myself, many in the forums I read, and the area around me.  A lot of men looking to have sex with children via Backpages is very misleading.  Drug addicts are the worse choice according to the bible of prostitution (written yet?).  Underage are untouchables in US, particularly in some states, if you possess anything or have any future.  Prostitution advertisement are about misleading.  If you put up a very young drug addict photo, you are telling most men not to come.

The fact against advertisement is that, johns know how to read trafficking ads that law enforcements do not.  This is dumb and weak.  Ads cannot be eliminated and crushing the big ones only sweep things under the carpet.

As far as I know, most transactions here occur in high security apartments, hotels/motels, and if you are adventurous, your hotel or home.  Anyone else in the apartment, hotel are severe red flags.  And drivers will probably kill you.

If you actually do any experiments, any pictures slightly too good for the price will invite a lot of johns, and too good to be true pictures will invite endless streams of clueless johns.

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