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Texas makes paying for sex a felony


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This started today in texas. This is the first state to make paying for sex a felony. Probably covers sex found on the street, websites and massage parlors. What are your thoughts on this?

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A woman should be able to sell her body legally if she wants to IMO.  People are going to do it either way and it just fills up our jails and gives people a record for something that should be legal. 

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I do agree. Texas does have a lot of sex trafficking. But there are also a lot of freelance workers. I do think it will cause a lot of financial problems for the workers. And also give a lot of regular people bad criminal records. It's like a 50/50 on this one. 

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@Drunkensmurf Just think about a sex worker that decides to try and get out of the life. How is she going to get a good paying job with a bunch of sex charges on her record. How embarrassing that has to be to try and explain that away in an interview. And I also find it stupid that prostitution is illegal, but porn is just fine and really the only difference is one is recorded. The porn stars are getting paid for sex too. LOL

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@Ebolapancakes I actually am agreeing with you. They are trying to make a living. The felony charges are now going towards to person that is paying. The buyer

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@2earls you are right about legalizing it. More tax money and it could reduce some dangerous situations. hopefully texas will find out soon they are going in the wrong direction. I personally dont pick up workers or use the websites like backpage. But I have visited some massage parlors a few times. I would hate for that to disappear.

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I did read that about abortions. It's crazy that a state would make that illegal, but they also just approved that anyone that owns a handgun can have open carry. I had to take a long course and prove I was able to use the gun safely before I was able to have a concealed license. Who is really making these changes?

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I feel like that would be a long answer if I tried to make it sound intelligent as well as not offend anyone, but it does seem like they are more concerned with protecting fetuses than living people.

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All good. More use cases for Monero. :D

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On 9/2/2021 at 7:09 PM, 2earls said:

@Deepnorth I agree with your statement as I don't think you can preach "freedom", but only when it applies to what suits your personal beliefs. The very idea of an 800 number to rat on women who may be considering abortion kind of makes my blood boil. If people didn't feel the need to shove their beliefs down everyone else's throat maybe we could all get along whether we disagree or not.

Roger that. 

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