Are You Horrifed if Someone Goes Into a “Massage Parlor”?

by minimus 81 Replies latest jw friends

  • waton

    I would not be horrified. except that for every trapped female, there might have been also a desolate male that cherished them dearly. like Uriah, whose wife Bathsheba was abducted from her slum home by a posse from greedy David, or the shepherd boy, whose childhood sweetheart was eyed by pedophile , polyamorous Solomon.

    crafty Kraft probably knew value when he saw it, compared to the other, overrated pricy offerings.

    Sad that the most important mission of man/ womankind, to move into the future with our genes, , is debased like that. .

  • frozen2018

    Nathan Natas

    Did Nazis say "pond" or "please" (bitte)? I'll bet they did.

    Those words may have been addressed in the seminar, but to be honest I fell asleep about 45 minutes in. Kind of like being at an assembly.

    All kidding aside, I'm glad you enjoyed the bit. It started with a snarky reply to a snarky comment. Add to it a weekend snow storm, a boring book, and nothing on inner SJW emerged. They look kind of like this:

  • minimus

    See frozen, I was right....again

  • LoveUniHateExams

    I wouldn't necessarily be horrified if someone went to a massage parlour ... but, seriously, why bother?

    In this day and age we have freedom for sexual minorities.

    And couples don't have to marry if they don't want to - just living together is ok in wider Western society.

    And for horny people who are single we have free internet porn. Just click on pornhub and yank your crank.

    Why would anyone in their right mind pay fifty or one hundred dollars for a rub and tug? Beats me XD

  • Incognigo Montoya
    Incognigo Montoya

    Make no mistake, when you have all the money in the world, everything can become vanilla. There's a better than good chance that those men went to that massage parlour because they knew those women were sex trafficked slaves. Knowing they are forced into sexual acts, unwillingly, is what gets them off. But they can plead ignorance, since it's some low key strip mall joint. A bit more difficult to deny if it were something a bit more personal, like having them over to the sex dungeon in their castle, or some seedy back room of a club, or members only fraternity.

    No problem from me when all parties are willing participants, in the transaction. But when its women who are unwillingly forced, it's rape. Even worse if it's underage girls. These billionaires knew what they were doing and they need to be tossed in prison and the key to their cell needs to be lost.

  • minimus

    Incognito, you make many bold statements about the motives of these guys. You don’t really know anything but what you want to believe.

  • Incognigo Montoya
    Incognigo Montoya

    No, I'm just not naive.

    If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck...

  • redvip2000

    No. What a tremendous waste of police time and court system. The puritan history of the USA shows yet again. If someone want to have sex for money, then by all means let them do it.

    Yes nobody should be forced into sex slavery, but that is not the same issue. Likewise nobody should be forced into work slavery, but that does mean we outlaw working in exchange for money.

  • minimus

    Incognito says he knows Kraft’s motive and was in on the sex slavery. He is not naive.

  • DesirousOfChange

    That evidence led to warrants for surveillance cameras, which police secretly installed inside the massage parlors — apparently under the ruse of a possible bomb threat.

    There you go! All those rights and liberties surrendered (rather, taken away without any choice) in the name of "stopping terrorism" that will never be used for other law enforcement purposes.

    I'm not approving of sex trafficking. I'm just saying when the Government takes away your rights, you can be pretty sure there will eventually be an abuse of power. Power corrupts...........

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