In General, Does Prostitution Lift Women’S Dignity Or It Degrades?

Discussion in 'Sex Polls' started by FireBall101, Jun 8, 2015.

  1. FireBall101

    FireBall101 Member

    Hey ladies, what is your opinion? Prostitution lift women’s dignity or it degrades?
     
  2. AiryFox

    AiryFox Member

    Neither.

    It's a faster way to earn more money than McDonalds pays.
     
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  3. HoldTheMoan

    HoldTheMoan Member

    think it depends on the woman...
     
  4. Why not combine the two.


    Big Mac and Coke and quarter pound her
     
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  5. I'minmyunderwear

    I'minmyunderwear voice of sexy

    in general, i don't see a connection between the two.
     
  6. MikeE

    MikeE Hip Forums Supporter

    I see more options than those.

    Assuming consent and fair business dealings, I would think that degradation would cost extra. (Either direction)
     
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  7. Wet_finger

    Wet_finger Well-Known Member

    I once gave a handjob for money. I cant say it was degrading, but i new the guy and find him cute.
    But having to do anything with anyone, even very fat and ugly... That's gotta be degrading.
     
  8. Saul50

    Saul50 Member

    It depends on the "conditions and the way of working". If she works on her own, without madames (female whorehouse owners) or gigolos (pimps), she can choose partners and keep rich, loyal and generous customers. Otherwise, it should not be anything pleasant.
     
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  9. Irminsul

    Irminsul Valkyrie

    But with video cameras, girls get to look at whose walking in so if they ain't keen, they ain't working. No way I'm believing that all whores are oblivious to who's waiting in the little wait room reading porno mags.
     
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  10. Scratched

    Scratched Well-Known Member

    I wonder how many are 420 friendly? That might help both.
     
  11. BirdFlu

    BirdFlu Active Member

    Depends. Prostitution is a business, but because men are often stronger than women, it is dangerous or unfair for the woman. If, by some miraculous business model, the woman is treated like any normal vendor of services, then it's the way it SHOULD be... not empowering. I hate that term. It's so patronizing.
     

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