Started by PowerMan72, Aug 25, 2008, 06:19 PM
Trading sex for commodities = Whore
I really like how Devia and her like avoid these threads like the plauge
That's not to say monogomous partners do not barter money and sex (of course they do), but that's something else entirely.
QuoteThat's not to say monogomous partners do not barter money and sex (of course they do), but that's something else entirely.I disagreepros·ti·tu·tion (prŏs'tĭ-tū'shən, -tyū'-) pronunciationn. 1. The act or practice of engaging in sex acts for hire.the practice of selling sex for cash or other immediate compensationhttp://www.answers.com/prostitution&r=67and,http://www.backlash.com/book/prostit.htmlTrading sex for anything is prostitution no matter the context.
virtue, I think it's more subtle in relationships. Nobody sets zero conditions when looking for a partner. It does matter if a guy is homeless and hasn't had a shower for 6 months - his great personality and kindness won't ever be discovered by women. To a lesser extent, ugly women will find it harder to catch the alpha males (who are pre-occupied by the more beautiful women). Sound cruel? It's just life. It's people bartering currencies of beauty, money and status with one another. Maybe in the ideal world this should not happen, but it does happen. This kind of bartering is more natural to women because their biology is more aligned to monogomous relationships. Out-and-out prostitution (i.e. a fulltime job) is something a lot less appealing and unnatural to women I would argue. That is the distinction I was making.
It's people bartering currencies of beauty