Feminists want to ban legal, safe prostitution. This is getting ridiculous…
Alice Schwarzer, the feminist in question, has also been a major proponent of male circumcision, and a ban on pornography. She’s a frequent guest on German TV. She was recently caught evading taxes by using a secret Swiss bank account.
Like the article pointed out: It’s just not possible to ban prostitution. What’s happening in France is nonsense - you can’t prosecute a man for something a woman wants to do.
Any legislation against prostitution is inherently unjust because it either punishes men for something women are just as guilty of, or it punishes people who were forced into prostitution.
Legalizing prostitution makes the life of all normal prostitutes easier, allows for a safer work environment, more reliable income and higher health standards for them. Making it illegal for men also punishes men for what is a completely victimless crime, while letting the real perpetrators run free. It’s like arresting thieves while sending off the mafioso who employed them with a hot coffee and good wishes.
Feminazis like to think that it is possible to remove all suffering, but in reality you balance the suffering of millions of clients and normal prostitutes versus the suffering of a couple forced prostitutes (let’s not forget that forced prostitution is always illegal, and that outlawing prostitution means that it makes no difference to a client whether a girl was forced or not).
One quote from article:
But critics say Germany’s liberal approach with its sex laws has spectacularly failed, normalizing prostitution and turning the country into what they are now calling the “bordello of Europe”.
So… how has it failed? I couldn’t find an answer to it in the article, they just said ‘critics say it failed!' and leave it at that.. They didn't even offered solutions to solve the problem with prostitution!
Let’s make points about why Pornography is A LOT worse than Prostitution:
Prostitution satisfies the lust of the flesh.
Pornography doesn’t really satisfy the lust of the flesh, and it frustrates the lust of the eyes. People that watch pornography want to SEE more and more and more depraved pornography. The lust of the eyes.
Prostitutes have sex with men.
Porn stars have sex in awful ways; gang bangs, sex with animals, all those weird positions, rape simulation, fetishes, etc., all because porn watchers want to SEE more and more.
This implies porn stars aren’t treated just as bad if not worse than prostitutes.
Pornography corrupts more than prostitution. We have a society full of pornography and where prostitution is banned. Why? Because the people know that pornography INCREASES sexual frustration whereas prostitution diminishes it. There would be a lot less sluts, cheating, etc., if we had prostitution but no pornography.
In Christian Europe prostitution was allowed but pornography was not.
St. Thomas Aquinas, the Greatest Theologian Of All Time, approved prostitution because it contributed to the health of the State by keeping men that would have sex with other men’s wives and daughters from doing so.
Having sex with a prostitute is MUCH less immoral than seducing a woman and having “casual sex” with her.
Again, feminists trying to ban prostitution because they don’t want women feel degraded but by doing this, they’re going to force women to go in street and can get STDs from their clients, can get beaten by clients if they didn’t liked how that went, they can feel like not paying for sex. It’s better to legalize prostitution to keep women safe in brothel with security, health insurance and paying taxes since they’re going to feel safe this way.
Even if I don’t like prostitution or pornography, there are one reason about why this is called one of oldest job of world. Banning still doesn’t work and they tried this in past in various periods. If someone got one better idea, you have my full attention. Until someone have ideas for this, legalizing is the only option for this.
And another link here: European parliament votes for prostitution laws which will criminalize ‘clients’