Prostitution – Heinous Crime or the Government in Your Bedroom?
In Anglo-America, prostitution is treated as an unthinkable crime and the third rail of civilized political discussion. Johns and sellers alike are regularly rounded up as public enemy number one and whisked off to jail by servants of the almighty state.
Is prostitution the horrible crime it is made out to be? Or is it another example of the government micromanaging human conduct and legislating morality?
If you haven’t ventured outside the Anglo American cultural matrix, it may surprise you to learn that prostitution is legal in many parts of the world. It’s even legal in 11 counties in the state of Nevada.
Legacy media journalist John Stossel challenged conventional thinking on the issue when he went to the Moonlite Bunny Ranch just outside Las Vegas and talked to some of the girls who work as prostitutes there. The working girls unanimously agreed the state should not be enforcing morality or telling people what to do with their sex lives, and even went on to confront a prosecutor who regularly rounds up Johns and slaps them with criminal records. It is interesting to watch the verbal gymnastics the prosecutor performs when confronted by the girls who work at Bunny Ranch.
One girl even tells Stossel how she gave up a lucrative job because she enjoyed the sex work more. The full segment can be seen here:
Creating Problems to Create Profit
Inside the Matrix, such euphemisms as “human trafficking” are continuously invented by political puppet masters in order to repress sexuality for economic and political benefit. In modern times terms like “human trafficking” also serve to marginalize heterosexual behavior that has been taking place since time immemorial.
The human trafficking problem has largely been invented out of whole cloth by apparatchiks in the Anglo-American legacy media and the government. This truth of the matter was reported by none other than The Guardian in the UK:
The UK’s biggest ever investigation of sex trafficking failed to find a single person who had forced anybody into prostitution in spite of hundreds of raids on sex workers in a six-month campaign by government departments, specialist agencies and every police force in the country.
The failure has been disclosed by a Guardian investigation which also suggests that the scale of and nature of sex trafficking into the UK has been exaggerated by politicians and media.
Current and former ministers have claimed that thousands of women have been imported into the UK and forced to work as sex slaves, but most of these statements were either based on distortions of quoted sources or fabrications without any source at all.
As these facts show, the state often invents problems so it can give itself something to do. It also puts the government in the awkward position of being the judge of morality.
Creating Problems the State Claims to Oppose
How can the government claim to want to enforce morality and when it is one of the most immoral institutions that has ever existed? In politics, one has to create problems to create profit and power. The prohibition on sexual behavior that’s as old as the human species itself causes the very problems that governments claim to want to eliminate. The irony is “human trafficking” would be reduced if the activity was legal. The secrecy and illegality is what causes problems.
We saw this with prohibition in the 1930s. As soon as alcohol was outlawed, buyers and sellers went underground and we saw the rise of bootleggers like Al Capone. Prohibition never works, it only creates criminals and crime.
All the while, the same puppet masters promote homosexuality by passing laws and giving the LGBT rights movement so much press it has arguably been elevated higher than heterosexuality in society. Homosexuality is widely regarded by the religions of the world to be an immoral behavior, but the U.S. now sanctions homosexual marriage and persecutes those who do not agree.
What about heterosexual rights? If the state cannot legislate morality for homosexuals, why is it legislating morality for heterosexuals? It is the ultimate in state hypocrisy.
What Happens When It’s Legal
Prostitution is legal in many parts of the world. But in America, the “protect the puss and exploit the dick” Puritanical mentality still rules. Once a man begins traveling the world he notices that society does not fall apart if women can legally choose to sell sex to men.
Where I live prostitution is legal and I regularly see women who choose to perform this work, and they absolutely retain their biological advantage over men just as in countries where prostitution is illegal. The man must pay for play, and women often take full advantage of the sexual desperation of some Betas and Omegas who can’t get laid otherwise.
I regularly see women who leave Red Light zones with men twice their age. They all view sex as a normal part of life and not a sacred cow. In more libertine cultures both men and women benefit from legalized prostitution because it is easy money for the women and easy sex for the men. Most women later transition out of the profession as they age.
None of the women I have talked to who do this work view it as oppression, and none are coerced into doing it. Some women say just like to screw, and if they can screw for money all the better. This is hard to understand to a misandrist (man-hating) mentality like the one found in Anglo America. Cultural critic and scholar Rookh KShatriya points out the peculiar nature of sexual relations in Puritanical Anglo culture.
The Anglobitch Thesis broadly considers prostitution in the Anglosphere to be quite distinct from that which occurs in other cultures. This relates to the Disneyfied, Puritanical repression that undercuts sexual relations in the Anglosphere. Elsewhere, sex is viewed as a physical function, like eating, not some quasi-mystical sacrament bestowed by women on men. Hence, in the Anglosphere it is broadly in women’s interests to keep this high exchange value attached to sex, for any decline in its value means a loss of that princess status uniformly granted to women in the Anglosphere.
Interestingly, a man’s social status or financial power also considerably changes how people view prostitution.
High Status Males Vs. Low Status Males
When a high status male buys sex it is portrayed a hero saving a damsel in distress as Richard Gere did in Pretty Woman, and it makes for a hit movie. When low status John Q. Citizen buys the same piece of ass he is reviled and punished to the full extent of the law.
Moral of the story: if you are going to buy sex in America it is okay if you are a billionaire. But if you are the average corporate cog in the wheel, it is verboten. High-status actors from Hugh Grant to Charlie Sheen have admitted to buying sex in the past. Hugh Grant got arrested for getting a blowjob from a whore and later went on the laugh about the incident on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Sheen told a judge he didn’t pay his hooker for the sex as much as he was paying her to leave afterwards.
Prohibition Does Not Work
The War on Prostitution runs parallel to the disastrous but profitable trillion dollar Drug War the United States has been waging since the 1970s. This Drug War has not reduced drug use but has led to the formation of dangerous cartels, corrupt police officers who seize drugs and then resell them, prescription abuse, and provided yet another piñata for lying politicians to swing at with oppressive laws. The prohibition of prostitution only forces the activity into the darkness.
You may be surprised to learn many American legal scholars agree that the government should keep its nose out of a sexual transaction between two consenting adults. However, this would mean that men could not be as easily gulled into supporting a tax farm and family law system that exploits them. Translation: it would cost the state hardworking Beta male provider tax money.
Cathy Young, Contributing Editor as Reason magazine says:
Prostitution is perhaps the ultimate victimless crime: a consensual transaction in which both parties are supposedly committing a crime, and the person most likely to be charged—the one selling sex—is also the one most likely to be viewed as the victim.
Billy Long, Professor of Criminal Justice at Ferrum College says:
For too long, many in the United States have considered sex work to be demeaning toward women. Women sex workers are typically viewed as ‘billiard balls’ helplessly propelled into prostitution and being degraded by their male customers. These hapless victims are viewed with pity while the evil male oppressor is castigated for stooping to the depths of depravity by paying for sex with cash. This is a fallacious and wildly inaccurate allegation. Quite the contrary, after legalization and normalization of private prostitution, more women will feel empowered to perceive their activities not as degrading or demeaning but, rather, as uplifting and beneficial.
Sherry F. Colb, Professor of Law at Rutgers also agrees with legalizing normal human sexual behavior:
Prostitution should not be a crime. Prostitutes are not committing an inherently harmful act. While the spread of disease and other detriments are possible in the practice of prostitution, criminalization is a sure way of exacerbating rather than addressing such effects. We saw this quite clearly in the time of alcohol prohibition in this country.
Sue Bradford, member of New Zealand’s Parliament touched on why the state should not be involved in enforcing morality. (Especially, since politics is perhaps the most immoral institution ever conceived by man.)
We believed, and still do, that it was completely wrong to go on living with an archaic law which criminalized generations of sex workers, mainly women, for a victimless so called crime in the name of antique moralities shared by only some of the population.
It is very unlikely that this activity will be legalized in Anglo America anytime soon. (Australia and New Zealand are notable exceptions in the Anglosphere.) However, one need look no further than Backpage to see that it goes on each and every day.
The state acting as if it should be the moral judge over your life and taking control of what you do in your bedroom is symbolic of the biggest, and most intrusive government in the history of mankind.
For now, men who choose to stay in Anglo America will have no other choice than to learn Game. The law says one night stands are okay as long as you don’t leave a $100 bill on the nightstand. Learning Game isn’t a bad solution. However, if a guy gets into a dry spell or really needs some female attention it’s would be nice to have an alternative available that wouldn’t lead to public shaming, and the destruction of one’s life and reputation for wanting to screw around for a few minutes.
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