What’s your opinion on sex workers?

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What’s your opinion on sex workers?
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  • Some sex workers actually work that for good money because it fits their needs, I feel like there's way better options...

    Others do it out of addiction for their trade, or because it gets them easy access to drugs.

    Others do it out of a fucked up version of self love, but you don't love yourself if you gotta modify yourself to be happy with yourself. You're happy with a lie, that's not who you really are.

    Either way I would never date one or marry one. I don't want to invite my cousins to a wedding and them be like, of dude didn't she work at (club location)?

    I would feel very insecure if all my friends already seen my wife naked. Or had sex with her.

    I can't respect a woman that respect money more than herself either. That's a waste of my energy, the fuck you want me to respect you for if you don't respect you?


    All in all there are many many reasons I would never.


    If you or anybody you know is stuck in a situation though with drugs or prostitution, get her help, because some of which are actual victims fr in that scene of work, but there is still a way to get help while on the job you just gotta be consistent and when you see your opportunity take it. No matter what. And you have strength in numbers

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  • As being irresponsible in their embellishments on classification sex worker, since the only money I have ever paid such people was to make them go away when being told all the gross, disgusting things they were going to do to me for what they believed to be a reasonable amount of money. Rather than continue to experience the distasteful ordeal of them being in my presence, giving them a 20 dollar bill to go away and never speak to me again sometimes seemed like a real bargain.
    As far as any personal feelings I may have for the profession of prostitution, or the people who make their living in this unsafe career choice, I have no moral objections too either, and as long as anyone of this professional persuasion respect's my rights to be discusted by the very sight and close proximity of them and thier unrealistic attitudes that all males think only with thier dicks and want what they are selling, I will respect thier right to dehumanize themselves and those pathetic blokes they Parasitically live off of, somewhere else, away from me, and completely far away from the limits of my range of sight and peripheral awareness.

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  • I see them as ordinary people, just like anyone else.
    The services they provide are valuable, necessary -- & they are brave, tough, and serve a vital role in the fabric of society. We should legalize it across the board, offer a full range of supportive services, & respect their right to do as they please with their body.

  • I think it should be legalised. It’s just a job and I think sex workers deserve the safety and law that other jobs receive. Nothing wrong with It unless you’re underage, unsafe or being coerced into it which is why legalisation would hopefully deal with those problems and make sex workers feel more protected

    • They legalized it in Germany and it was a huge fail because human trafficking rates skyrocketed

    • @DescendantofLilith that’s the thing, you would assume they would introduce proper laws that protect sex work not trafficking and enforce it but who knows...

    • Sex trafficking is sexual slavery, many of the girls are under age, and because they are property they can be treated anyway someone wants for a price. Legalized prostitution won't stop that because we would never legalize giving drugs to a 10 year old, fucking her, and beating her half to death. If that's someone's thing all you need to do is find the right scumbag and pay him.

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  • In my country, it is a profession like any other. If they practice safe sex and get regular health checkups once a month, then I don't see a problem with it.

  • Like bottle-rockets. Some of them might fly high, but the vast majority are going to burn out very quickly. It's rough work, and most women who get into it have no plans on how to save the money they make to get out. Rather they set goals of how much to make in a day or night, do drugs, and stay in a pit until they get burned a few times, get beat, what have you, the years get them, or they go missing.

    Pimps mitigate that to some degree, most prostitutes I've met want to be independent workers though, and wind up more as, how to describe it, let's say a part time hooker. They sell themselves as much as they have to so they can get what they need and nothing more. While with every year that goes by the value they get from each transaction goes down and the risk goes up proportionate to the drop in price and inability to control the situation.

  • I don't get why people are so negative towards them...
    Why should it matter if your loved one *has* had sex with others or been seen by others?

    Honestly sex workers are doing the world a favor, it's much better that someone takes part in consenting activities rather then people turning to rape etc...

    That said, things are not set up to support those who are in this profession at the moment.
    There needs to be more regulation and safety in place.
    Sex workers needs to be able to organize even more then others do...

  • I have no problem with sex workers, providing they like me pay tax on their earnings,,

    • And how do you monitor who has sex for cash? That is like selling of drugs. Pot is legal in many states. However , illegal pot is still available at cheaper prices.

    • @MudRucker a government of any country could sex up a sex workers place of business, therefore knowing what was going on , any other sex work should be illegal a totally different thing to selling pot

    • My point is there is an underground economy. All wage earners are supposed to pay income taxes no matter what the source of income. Many people work under the table. Think landscapers and barmaids. Making sex work legal will not stop having sex and not reporting the income on your taxes.

  • Sex workers = prostitutes and porn stars
    Porn star = prostitute who agrees to be filmed while engaged in prostitution

    Not the kind of person I would choose for a relationship.

  • They serve a necessary part of society.

    that it’s a sliding scale from say, a girl going to university and working at a pole dance club to pay her way through it, or only fans or pay cam site.

    To Escorts, that don’t always do sex but accompany both guys and girls for meals and company.

    To yes street walkers / prostitution where it’s done for a number of reasons, from paying bills to drug addiction etc.

    A lot are actually providing almost a social workers in the community type of thing.

    A lot of it should be legalised and regulated.

    I have nothing against anyone in the ‘industry’ and I have a number of friends either actively involved or have been in the past,

    It is very easy for people to slut shame those involved, but not realise the doctor treating them, paid their way through college etc by working in a club or doing online cam shows.

    everyone deserves respect.

    • @hannaisinnocent and your views?

    • I just think that it’s a legitimate line of work if everyone is safe and cooperative & if it’s consensual. If it pays the bills and the woman is willing to go as far as showing her body to provide then I have no problem with it. I get that everyone has different views on it so I’m just looking to see what everyone has to say, thanks for the reply. 😁

    • @hannaisinnocent thanks for your reply, and not a problem. I do get a bit grr when people start hammering people that do it, I grew up in really poor area of the UK, a lot of girls, women were ‘on the game’ simply to have money to buy kids clothes etc.

  • They're fine by me. OnlyFans doesn't count though, cause that lazy bullsh*t is neither "sex" nor "work." They just made a way to monetize selfies.

    • Also, I forgot to add this: If someone wants to be a sex worker, then fine. That's what you choose to do. The only thing that annoys me is when they say "we deserve as much respect as everyone else." Um... No. No you don't. You intentionally chose the easy way in life. The shortcut. The path to quick cash. Respect is earned, not just given to the laziest, most entitled people out there. Hard-workers and self-sacrificers get the most respect. Those who use cheat codes for life aren't privy to that same level of respect and honor. So you can be a sex worker, if you like. But if you are putting out to the world "my brain and personality doesn't matter; I am just an interchangeable piece of meat for you to get hard from," then don't be surprised when people don't exactly treat you like someone with an actual brain. You chose to make that your identity. So STFU and stop acting like sex work puts you on the same level as police officers and doctors in society. It's on the bottom of society for a reason. I am not saying saying sex workers deserve NO respect. But respect is earned through your actions and intelligence, not being a f*ck doll. If you are fine with that trade-off in exchange for easy money, then everything is cool.

  • They generally quite 'cool'. They know how guys and girls work and use what they got to bring guys to their knees and pay out fortunes :-)

  • As long as they are of consent. Not spreading disease and i guess unionize for safty go for it

  • I live in the state of Nevada where sex and prostitution is legal in a brothel I have a best friend who is a prostitute I think that a girl has a right to do whatever she wants to do I would just like to say I hope she's smart about it my friend makes lots of money I don't know if she has anything to put away or saved when I was 17 18 19 years old I would go out to the brothels and get laid I mean it was fun but back then it was like 10 bucks 20 bucks a pop nowadays it's probably up to 500 or more for each time I haven't been there 4 years but I say everybody has the right to make the choices they want in life it's not for me and I would never pay for it that girls have that choice to do what they want to do with their body

  • They're ordinary people, just like everyone else. Because of their working environment they might be more likely to be involved with more shady people and or substances, but I don't think that defines them. I give them a chance and try to get to know them before passing judgement

  • George Carlin, Famous Comedian, once asked, "How is it illegal, to SELL, something you can give away, for FREE?" Quite a Commentary on Government regulations, and laws, in many cases!!
    I have known some, as friends, and others, just in passing. Who am I to judge them, on how they make money to pay rent, buy food, and maybe support a child?

  • Love them, love how they can make a living out of what they love, and some of the kindest most outgoing people you can possibly get to know.

  • I view them as confident people, Go getters. I personally would never be able to have the confidence and tolerance they have.

  • Bills don’t pay themselves.

  • I see them as people because that is what they are.

  • Escorts are great, glad to say there legal where i am. Prostitutes are still illegal tho which is good. Difference been one don't have a Pimp and the other does. A pimp is very wrong.

  • They quite literally make money doing what comes naturally.

    Though they can be a pain in the ass, more than others. But at least they can enjoy a mouthful now, and get on their knees easily.

  • I find it pretty disgusting.

    I really cannot fathom how a person can actually go through with that.

    Anyway, I'd never visit, use, look up, pay one and I never, in a million years, would have ever dated or married one who had ever done that ever in their life.

  • I have 0 issues with them or their work. Long as it’s consensual, do as thou wilt :) I have friends who are and were in various sex related industries

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