Some perspective on this whole prostitution thing

Monday, 17 March 2008

It’s legal for me, in most of the US, to pay 10 girls to fuck each other with Dale Chihuly’s entire fall exhibition, and fuck the ever living feces out of some poor 10" peckered freak’s Viagra saturated corpus. As long as I film it for distribution and make sure to make copies of it available for sale. Then it’s called pornography and it’s entirely legal, almost, everywhere in the US.

It’s illegal for me, almost, everywhere in the US to pay a woman, or a man for that matter, $200 for 30 minutes worth of service. I know you can’t do that kind of work all day but that does net you over a half million dollars a year at that rate and while most of the prostitutes out there don’t clear that, some do, and most make much more than they would in futile and socially sterile battles with Word docs and Xerox collating functions.

I can pay people to have sex as long as I’m not one of them. I dare add there isn’t a porn producer in America who doesn’t get comped plenty. The hypocrisy of the American public is so chillingly cognitive dissonant that it would make ears bleed if synesthesia were applied.

I further dare add that a statistically significant number of marriages would dissolve instantly were the cash flow to suddenly go dry. But they’re not whores! They truly care about their clients husbands. The mortgage crisis will be bringing ’em out of the woodwork. If I were single, I’d be looking forward to the blooming buyers’ market.

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