Don't you guys find it fascinating that when a man commits fraud, breaks the law etc, he does not get money or offers to pose nude or be in movies and commercials but women,
and yellow journalist males, working the system, and DESPERATE for angle wings,
attention, and more gm'mint funding[ do?
Just when I thought NH had a handle on such things.
... I don't condemn those that get their 15 minutes of fame and capitalize on it. Sure, there are moral implications with this sort of situation, but shit.... this sort of opportinuty only comes once in a lifetime.. to very few at that... why not take it for all its worth....
Agreed! Like Scott Hampton
of Lee does.
From The Union Leader
Men who exploit prostitutes are not punished enough
By SCOTT HAMPTON
*sigh* The State paper has a fairly even policy of publishing points of view from ALL extremes within the state. I'll point out that, In My H
pinion, DOVER N.H. is in the deep south, and under the influence of a Massachusetts exodus of folk willing to expatriate for tax refugee status, but not to leave their "Me too!" socialist entitlement attitudes at the border. HERE
The sky is falling....
He needs to extend his apology beyond his family and the "public" to the women upon whom he has inflicted "extreme suffering" (his words).
Yep! The offers are ROLLING in
He also needs to apologize to women in general for suggesting that they should be treated as disposable sexual objects by men.
Which, of course, NEVER HAPPENED
But the problem is far greater than a violent expression of hypocrisy by a government official. It is a reflection of a deeply embedded misogynistic attitude that subordinates and endangers all women and children.
It is an attitude suggesting that women are men's property. As such, it condones, even encourages, violence against women in all its forms, including domestic violence, rape and stalking in addition to prostitution and pornography.
But don't some women choose to be prostitutes so they can make a lot of money?
There are many problems with this question. First, the pimps and brothels in control of these women typically collect the majority of payment. Second, if the prostitute does not perform as demanded, not only will she not be paid, but she is likely to be beaten, raped, drugged, and/or threatened by the pimp or john.
Wow! Now THERE'S an argument about what an innocent men "is likely" to endure (and worse) in prison, for years, when falsely accused of sexual assault of a child, as per instructions of SOME "advocates", in family court custody determinations.
If you want to know their real experience, ask the women who have escaped prostitution and are struggling with suicidal ideation, depression, addictions and other natural and devastating consequences of the sexual violence they have endured.
Like Anna Nichole I suppose. Excuse me, um, Mr. Hampton? ANY chance of such fucked up life situations LEADING to a choice of whore as a careerer, in contrast to as a RESULT of it?
So the appropriate question isn't, Don't some women choose to be prostitutes? Instead, we should ask, Why would any man want to violate a woman in this way, and when will we insist that it stops?
Oh, well alrighty then!
Scott Hampton of Lee is executive director of Ending the Violence of Dover, which provides intervention services to perpetrators of domestic and sexual violence.
I wonder if any of HIS income RELIES on court sentencing, or parole board, conditions?
I wonder how much such an executive director
pulls down in an average year?
I'm STILL waiting to hear when Cristal Gale Magnum.....ur..um....when The alleged whore
in this Spitzer case is appearing before a judge for victimization by virtue of being prostituted
and tax evasion.
In the meantime, I hope the subsequent solicitations she's allegedly
entertained from media sources, will temporarily support her lifestyle in the manner to which she has become accustomed