Libertarian Party Endorses Decriminalization of Prostitution
The astute gentleman can see sexual frustration manifest itself in the angry faces of both men and women as he travels about the declining American empire. Incels abound, and women now lord sex over men’s head like a Sword of Damocles. They enjoy torturing lonely guys for fun and profit.
The astute gentleman can also see pent up sexual frustration in the fatness of the average 21st century American specimen waddling around the landscape as food cravings have taken the place of sexual cravings. There’s lots of cheap, crappy food but no nookie unless you want to waste your time practicing game or dating fatties.
Feminism has been bad for the sexual marketplace. But, even though conservatives are mounting a last minute assault on this
lifestyle deathstyle, elites no doubt want to see this ideology continue since it gives women the power to torture men (thereby keeping American men subservient) whom nature has imbued with an evolutionarily driven thirst for sex. What are the hordes of sexually frustrated men to do after Backpage was unceremoniously shut down by sex-hating feds?
There’s some finally a whiff of musty, moist good news on the frustrated, dry dry sexual desert of über-prudish Anglo America. TNMM has long been calling for the decriminalization of prostitution, and at long last the Libertarian party has just endorsed this policy. Reason magazine highlighted the newly adopted Libertarian platform unveiled in New Orleans, a city that recently embarked on a pointless witch hunt looking for so-called “sex traffickers” last winter but found nothing more than run of the mill prostitution. (Other witch hunts for “sex traffickers” have netted similar results.)
There’s finally some opposition to destroying men’s lives for paying another willing adult for a sexual encounter. From Reason:
The Libertarian Party officially “supports the decriminalization of prostitution,” according to a new plank in the party’s political platform. This makes the L.P. the only notable U.S. political party to stand unequivocally for sex-worker rights and in opposition to cops caging people for consensual sex.
Yes, this “advanced” society still cages people for participating in the world’s oldest profession. Of course, the law banning sex for hire is meant to keep the price of entry (heh) artificially inflated for a sexual encounter. Libertarians are now pushing for a new policy:
“We assert the right of consenting adults to provide sexual services to clients for compensation, and the right of clients to purchase sexual services from consenting sex workers,” reads the new language, adopted by vote at the Libertarian National Convention in New Orleans.
As the situation now stands, men paying a small fortune to get rubbed on and teased by women at strip clubs is the best the fading stars and stripes has to offer. Any penetration is strictly forbidden. (Of course, dating and marriage are increasingly out of the question for any man with a functioning brain in a #MeToo, no-fault frivorce world.)
There are signs that could be changing thanks to the big news that a major party has officially endorsed the decriminalization of prostitution. Now, if only we could kick the Libertarian wing of the Republican party in the shins hard enough to make them actually do something about this unjust prohibition in an upcoming session of Congress.
As more and more men go MGTOW (whether they adopt the MGTOW moniker or not, many men are now avoiding women because they’ve become so toxic to deal with in a post-feminist world) there will be mounting (heh) pressure on lawmakers to facilitate a new wealth transfer to women. MGTOW men will no doubt accrue large sums of money by avoiding women, who influence 80% of purchasing decisions in the consumerism waste machine that comprises the sham that is the American economy. American women are well, going bankrupt as the recent retail apocalypse shows thanks to their own spendthrift, wasteful ways.
As women go broke but men get richer in the post-feminist economy, look for the push for the decriminalization of prostitution to pick up steam.
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