“We are all prostitutes”
I wonder if you are asking “obviously” or “how?”…
For those that said obviously, I applaud you for actually taking the time to think about things.
And to those of you whom asked “how?”
I shall begin by defining the term “prostitution”
As defined by thefreedictionary.com:-
pros·ti·tute (prst-tt, -tyt)
There are more than one way to look at these words and definitions. We will go step by step (although it should be quiet simple to understand by now with the last definitions).
So, first of all, the first definitions are basically saying a prostitute is someone, typically a woman, who accepts money for sexual acts.
So this is just describing an industry, or a profession.
Well, if this is the case, then I wonder why/how they are usually looked down upon?!
I mean, putting whatever beliefs you had aside, if you just stop and think that usually if you need something done, and you don’t know anybody personally that would do it for you for free (fix your computer, fix your car, take care of your health, do some plumbing in your house etc.) you would usually pay for it.
So you see how there is a whole mistake, or a misconception or something around the world we live in, basically…
Because, even if you try to argue with me that YOU don’t find there is anything negative about being called a prostitute, or being a prostitute, check out what else defines prostitution:-
put (oneself or one’s talents) to an unworthy or corrupt use for personal or financial gain:his willingness to prostitute himself to the worst instincts of the electorate
Who exactly is defining what is worthy and what is unworthy in this world?
A woman, who loves sex so much decides that she wants to be a professional at it, become an expert, and please others with her talents is UNWORTHY?!
AND even if you argue that not all of them do it because they love it, they just do it for the money..
Then I challenge you to make a list of people you know that either love their job, hate it, or anywhere in between.
So, I will end this post congratulating Canada for striking down anti-prostitutional laws on 20th December 2013 because it has determined them un-constitutional.
It’s like, whose business is it to tell me or you to how we choose to make our money, or what profession we choose to pursue. These are ours, our choices, our assets etc.
It cannot be compared with drugs, which are a product of land, or chemicals derived in manners that are unlawful because of the negative effect that these substances have on society and people.
Sex, safe-sex, promotes a better society, a well-adjusted society. Sexual frustration leads to so much evil. Fights happen on the streets because of unfulfilled sexuality, there is more crime because of this.
These laws have been made and are due to ancient outdated times, when some things needed to be regulated to have an order in society and to make progress.
However, today, things have changed, and these same laws, ideas, beliefs that pushed us forward have now pulled us back.
It’s like some holy books, when they were written, they were meant to wake us up, enlighten us, now we put them in our night stand drawer so they help us sleep.
So you don’t think anymore, let the problems continue, there is no reason to think rationally and look for solutions, just read this bedtime story and go to sleep; don’t enlighten us, ensleepen us.