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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    I find it less shameful then drilling for coal seam gas or working for some of the big greedy polluters. I guess it depends on your moral compass and defining who is really harming our communities.
    Or working for a tobacco company, poker machine seller or Tony Abbott
    Good point, Buttoneska

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    Loook I could never do it,,,but some woman obviously can.Would I look down on them?Maybe...but at the end of the day if they are trying to raise a family,and feed their kids and have a good life,I think that's great,go for it! Theres sooooo many professions out there we wouldn't all enjoy,and not everyone wants to do.Each to their own,and I don't really think its our place to judge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    It shouldn't be shameful. It's just a job.
    To the PP who said it is shameful if its a $50 bj to buy drugs, but it's ok if you can make $4K in a night... I don't agree. The drug habit is usually an addiction, so it's a disease unto itself- would it be less shameful if it was a $50 bj to buy drugs to treat a stomach ulcer? Or a mental illness? Or a chest infection? Providing an adult (male or female) enters into it freely, I don't think we can apply such conditions. It is what it is, regardless of motivation.
    Agree! I'm a bit flabbergasted by that post actually.

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    Lol @ tony Abbott. Oh the shame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ntm View Post
    Dependant on your situation and reason. If you are taking $50 for a bj so you can buy drugs then yeah. If you are charging $4000 a night and are making more in a weekend than most people make in 4 months then power to you sister
    I don't think it's shameful, even if it is for $50 to buy drugs. Desperate? Sure. Sad? Sure. But shameful? I guess plenty of people would think so. I actually know a lady who was an escort to pay for her drug habit. She isn't ashamed, her past is what shaped her future. It literally led to her meeting her husband (not a "client" hehe). She made some mistakes and chose the hard road.

    It's the oldest profession, as they say. It is a service that people want to pay for. Not everyone views s3x as sacred or something that should be confined to the marital bed. Some people, both men and women, view it as simply a pleasurable act. Nothing shameful about that.

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    Honestly ... I think it is a little shameful. I've had a number of one nights stands and I'm not proud of it. I can't imagine I'd hold my head high announcing that as my job. I don't think prostitutes are horrible people without morals, or bad mothers etc. but yes I do think it's a shameful profession.

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    Quote Originally Posted by *Chels* View Post
    if they are trying to raise a family,and feed their kids and have a good life,I think that's great,go for it!
    Instead of saying go for it I say go call Centrelink.


 

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