Our thanks to Martin for this. The key element is an audio podcast (23:54) from the International Business Times. The male interviewer treats Julie Bindel – the winner of a Toxic Feminist of the Month award – as if she’s an objective commentator on social issues, rather than the vile feminist harridan she has been for 30+ years.
Women have been practising prostitution since times immemorial. Prostitutes have followed hordes of gold miners all the way to the Yukon, the soldiers of the Roman Empire, etc., always with the same motivation : to make money quickly and with relative ease.
Why should men be punished for paying for sex? In the natural order, males have to earn sex, while females try to offer it to highest bidders. Both types of behaviour are natural, even normal.
Prostitution has many forms, and not only the sex act itself. Every time a woman waits for a man to pay for something, it is a form of prostitution.
If men are to be punished for paying, then women must be equally punished for receiving any form of payment, favour or gifts from men other than family members.
Either we do it equally, or we don’t do it at all.
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