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Feb 7, 2012 whtnay commented on Church or Cult?.
One last note, isn't it, if I'm following mars hill's doctrine correctly, partly his fiancée's fault for not putting out enough to keep him interested? I hope she was also scrutinized.

That was sarcasm.
Feb 7, 2012 whtnay commented on Church or Cult?.
Also, can we all stop spelling Kool Aid "Cool Aid"?!?!? I'm a terrible speller, but even I know that.
Feb 7, 2012 whtnay commented on Church or Cult?.
Anyone who preaches against masturbation is beyond my scope of understanding, even in the most idiotic of realms. As my mother always said to me and repetitively to my friends in high school, "masturbation is the safest form of sex." So have at it! Everyone should be masturbating, if they aren't getting action on the regular at least. We'd all be a lot happier and probably nicer co-workers. Better drivers. Better tippers. Let me just say... when I think about you, I touch myself. Not you Mark Driscoll, though. Sick.

Also, God is all forgiving. Anyone who is mislead by this is not really any sort of Christian. Church really isn't necessary. Believing in a wrathful God means you are living in your own personal Hell. So congratulations, you've made it.

Go. Be nice to each other. Go. Touch yourself- or your significant others, respectfully, of course. They don't call it a happy ending for nothin'.
Aug 8, 2009 whtnay commented on The Rub.
It is not as though nude men and women were running around in the streets. No. That happened in Freemont where I was astounded to see so many children there. And THAT was ok and it was out in the open. And paying for a police officer to get a hand job is not taxes well spent.
Aug 7, 2009 whtnay commented on The Rub.
If consentual sex is legal, then prostitution should be considered even more legal than most of the hook-ups I have had after being given quantities of alcoholic beverages from supposed "dates". Point being, the exchange of money for sexual acts seems more of a binding contract for consent than anything else. Both parties are in agreement on the same issue... which is more than I can say about the end of most of my dates after a night of drinking. Contradiction here is pointless, as I know and am friends with women who work in various aspects of the sex industry (from the exact parlor listed in the above article, to strippers, to women who sell vibrators, to independent contractors and sugar babies) and they are all content with the work that they do and probably would be more so if they didn't feel that sex was so taboo.

Prostitution, along with a slew of other highly charged emotional legalization topics, is primarily illegal due to morality mindsets backed foremost by religious thinking- not logic. It has nothing to do with safety, as legalization generally encompasses the protection of all citizens, not those who "qualify" for cashing in on their trust and protection from law enforcers and makers- as in, a sex worker should deserve the same basic human rights as any other employee who is on the receiving end of harassment and assault, be it verbal, physical, or mental. Furthermore, workers of non-legalized trade industries learn to fear and not trust law enforcement agents and are more likely to continue ongoing abusive and potentially fatal relationships- work related or otherwise. Give me a sound argument that does not deal with morality or religion about why prostitution should be illegal and maybe I'll give a shit about your view point in return. And don't give me that "hard to tax" bull shit. You can tax anything.
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Aug 7, 2009 whtnay commented on The Rub.
If consentual sex is legal, then prostitution should be considered even more legal than most of the hook-ups I have had after being given quantities of alcoholic beverages from supposed "dates". Point being, the exchange of money for sexual acts seems more of a binding contract for consent than anything else. Both parties are in agreement on the same issue... which is more than I can say about the end of most of my dates after a night of drinking. Contradiction here is pointless, as I know and am friends with women who work in various aspects of the sex industry (from the exact parlor listed in the above article, to strippers, to women who sell vibrators, to independent contractors and sugar babies) and they are all content with the work that they do and probably would be more so if they didn't feel that sex was so taboo.

Prostitution, along with a slew of other highly charged emotional legalization topics, is primarily illegal due to morality mindsets backed foremost by religious thinking- not logic. It has nothing to do with safety, as legalization generally encompasses the protection of all citizens, not those who "qualify" for cashing in on their trust and protection from law enforcers and makers- as in, a sex worker should deserve the same basic human rights as any other employee who is on the receiving end of harassment and assault, be it verbal, physical, or mental. Furthermore, workers of non-legalized trade industries learn to fear and not trust law enforcement agents and are more likely to continue ongoing abusive and potentially fatal relationships- work related or otherwise. Give me a sound argument that does not deal with morality or religion about why prostitution should be illegal and maybe I'll give a shit about your view point in return. And don't give me that "hard to tax" bull shit. You can tax anything.
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Jun 11, 2009 whtnay commented on New Smoking Regulations.
Out of principle, I think menthol should be ban from everything. Except Vicks™ Vapor Rub...mmmmm.
 

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