Discussion in 'The Dungeon' started by Steady T, Sep 5, 2019.
You've done a fine job of that all on your own...
But but but there’s lipstick on the pig.........
Damn, a lot of desperate dudes out there.
We don't all beat off to pig balls...
Aren't many of our laws moral based? Who am I to tell a private company they can't discriminate against others for certain protected classifications? Is there some inherit right to work for a private employer? What about seat belt/helmet laws? Certain drugs?
If I didn’t like my ass in a hole so much I’d change my pic to Che just to fuck with you guys.
You liking your ass in a hole a Freudian slip?
I would agree that many of our laws are morally based in the protection of other people's rights. This scope of the law doesn't make any sense to me, and I'm not sure how your other examples apply to this particular topic. It doesn't protect someone else's rights, but instead restricts it.
Lame. You guys need to try a little harder than that.
That poor poor kid is going to have to be raised as a weirdo to help normalize his parents lifestyle.....in other words, government oughta keep an eye on him, that's a mass killer in the making.
Think about it, her husband is not only a cuck but a single parent raising their baby while she's away with 15 dudes a day making her moan for 3 weeks straight.....which means he's not getting any for 3 wks at a time. The kicker? when home for the week, she probably tells him she needs a break from sex.
He’s not getting any that week. What happens to a woman roughly every fourth week?
Please don't tell me you guys take that week off???
I support Title VII and most all other civil rights acts (save some recent legislation) and I understand that we elected these legislatures who make the laws that govern our society. I also agree with you that some laws protect rights inherent to each individual in our republic as guaranteed by the Constitution. But my opinion is, if you look closer at many laws, they are legislated morals. What "right" does a person have to do business with a private company? Similarly, what "right" are we protecting with most drug laws or seat belt/helmet laws?
One historical example is prohibition. At that time, our society didn't hide the fact that we legislated morals. Prohibition was justified by the argument that alcohol caused many societal and social problems, and my favorite, it "caused crime." Our legislature lifted for many reasons, one being that it was damn near impossible to enforce (i.e., "everyone was doing it"). Sounds an awful like our current war on drugs. In my opinion, this is just a way legislatures can justify the shift in the morals of our society.
Prostitution is no different. It "doesn't make sense" to me either - that's because their is no "right" that's protected by prostitution. I'm sure someone can chime in to say prostitution "reduces crime," but every law can theoretically reduce crime. And as harsh as this sounds at first blush, the Constitution does not guarantee a "right" to not be a victim of a crime. Nor is anyone free from the consequences of their actions. There are consequences for criminals and potential remedies for victims. This often this leads to what I believe unfair results or unjust results, but we do not live in a perfect society or a perfect world and, in my personal opinion, this legislative system is far superior to one where we are punished for "crimes" where there is no victim, only a potential victim (i.e., seat belt laws, helmet laws, prostitution laws, etc.).
I think if we stopped downplaying that we are trying to legislate morals and instead include this reasoning when advocating for more or less legislation our current political climate wouldn't be as polarized. Almost like we would clear the air. Sorry, I'll get off my soapbox now.
That end is probably blown out, too...
@Motofun352 says that should cost you about tree-fiddy. Way less than the rest of us have to put towards getting in there...
And to the city bus analogy:
So you think going for a walk with your dog 15x a day will wear out your legs, or you think they’d be in pretty good shape?
In Europe, where professionals are offering services with health certificates, you can find some pretty knowledgeable representatives of the guild, where a $50 bang has saved many marriages... as I have heard
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