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Re: Buying whores
April 07, 2013, 12:40:22 AM
You feel you can speak for all guys?
I, for instance, have become aware, over the years, that my taste in women is not generally shared by others.
This is a good thing, don't you think?
Or two billion guys would all be going after nine women.
Maybe I exaggerate a little, but you probably get my drift.

Re: Buying whores
April 07, 2013, 01:19:40 AM
I admit to making some pretty broad generalizations, so enlighten me:

What kind of specific sexual knowledge can a woman possess to make herself more desirable in your eyes?

Re: Buying whores
April 07, 2013, 01:32:12 AM
All kinds. None of which I am prepared to discuss here.
But, for example, while other men focus on various body-parts, I tend to be most focused on the face.
I have always been a sucker for certain faces, and certain expressions upon those faces.
Cool, aloof, calm...
Focusing too closely on anything can get you into no end of trouble.
You start imagining the woman to be all sorts of things she isn't.
While completely turning a blind eye to many of the things she is.

Everything seemed to work fairly well, for men and women, before feminists upset the apple cart.

Re: Buying whores
April 07, 2013, 01:49:23 AM
Feminism can refer to a variety of different philosophies. There's the kind of feminism that got women the vote,  and there's the kind that made it ok to behave like you're 20 until you're 40. There's the kind that seeks to make women and men equals, and the kind that seeks to raise the lesser sex above the other. Which one are you referring to?

Re: Buying whores
April 07, 2013, 01:57:52 AM
All of them.
The young make all kinds of automatic assumptions about the goodness or badness of things, as a result of their politically motivated conditioning, that to older people remain absurd.
Are men and women equal? How? Why?
Should emotionally-steered women vote? Should child-bearers compete with child-seeders? Why?
You can see how well all this is working: very, very, very poorly.
Unless, of curse, you have nothing to compare it to.
Then it probably looks fine.

Anyway, back to hookers:
They have always existed, and always will. No two are the same, as are no two of their clients.
It is a job, and a historically necessary one.


Re: Buying whores
April 07, 2013, 02:16:12 AM
Consider Muslim nations where the exact opposite of feminism exists.

In Saudi Arabia, women can't drive. How can a society be productive when half the population is effectively immobilized? Should fathers work a job and also be responsible for groceries and children's activities?

In rural Pakistan, small girls are betrothed while they are under the age of 10. How is a marriage supposed to be functional when there is no test for compatibility first? Is true love just a myth, like our cynical society would lead us to believe?

All over the middle east, women are discouraged from pursuing higher education. I wonder where they get their nurses, therapists, and elementary school teachers from? Oh well, at least the women can't fuck it up.

Does this kind of cultural absolutism appeal to you?

Women are capable of comprehending reality too; in fact there are certain subtleties to life that women perceive more readily than men, such as beauty. I suggest you read the excellent novel Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley.

By the way, what does your wife think of the fact that you think her too emotional to vote?

EDIT: this post was rewritten.


Re: Buying whores
April 07, 2013, 02:34:13 AM
And I suggest to you that what Muslims do in Muslimland is nobody's business but Muslims'.
I remember how things worked back then, in the West, and compare it to the way they don't now.
Women and men are not the same: take a look and see. Although, I admit, it's becoming more and more difficult to find a decent example of either a woman or a man.
To behave as if they are the same, however, is mad.

In response to your edit: My wife is with me in a way you would not understand. That you would even ask this question proves that. She is a woman. Proudly and completely. And she values a man who is a complete man. She doesn't vote any more, and agrees she is often motivated by emotion, which is a very poor director of national policy. She scorns feminism for the destructive madness it is, and did so even before we met.




Re: Buying whores
April 07, 2013, 03:57:23 AM
I don't give a fuck what Muslims do in Muslim land either. But that doesn't mean we can't learn from them.

We can observe that Western society, which affords females more privileges, is more sustainable than the absolute patriarchy we observe in middle-eastern societies.

I have nothing against submissive women, such as your wife, but your one-size-fits-all disposition towards them is disrespectful towards those who want to contribute to society in other ways.

Tomorrow, I'll see if my mother, who has a masters degree and works, will make a guest post. In my opinion, she is pretty close to society's ideal woman.

Re: Buying whores
April 07, 2013, 04:19:06 AM
Disrespect is something you are far more comfortable with than I.
You don't even recognize how often or how comprehensively you do it.
Or, I imagine, just how much a liberal feminist you are.
Is your mother responsible for that?
Mind you don't let her catch you swearing, now.

I never expect agreement from you or anybody else, but a certain baseline respect is required.
You have demonstrated, yet again, that no matter what I write, or how I write it, you understand nothing.

Re: Buying whores
April 07, 2013, 05:01:04 AM
In response to your edit: My wife is with me in a way you would not understand. That you would even ask this question proves that. She is a woman. Proudly and completely. And she values a man who is a complete man. She doesn't vote any more, and agrees she is often motivated by emotion, which is a very poor director of national policy. She scorns feminism for the destructive madness it is, and did so even before we met.
Congratulations on finding, and attaching to yourself, a woman who fully embraces her sex :)

Re: Buying whores
April 07, 2013, 05:06:12 AM
Congratulations on finding, and attaching to yourself, a woman who fully embraces her sex :)

Thank you. It works well. Although getting it to work well was a mammoth task.
The ends justifies the means.

Re: Buying whores
April 07, 2013, 05:26:18 AM
In Saudi Arabia, women can't drive. How can a society be productive when half the population is effectively immobilized? Should fathers work a job and also be responsible for groceries and children's activities?

In rural Pakistan, small girls are betrothed while they are under the age of 10. How is a marriage supposed to be functional when there is no test for compatibility first? Is true love just a myth, like our cynical society would lead us to believe?

All over the middle east, women are discouraged from pursuing higher education. I wonder where they get their nurses, therapists, and elementary school teachers from? Oh well, at least the women can't fuck it up.

We can observe that Western society, which affords females more privileges, is more sustainable than the absolute patriarchy we observe in middle-eastern societies.
Are you trolling? Considering Saudi Arabia has a massive influence on the world at large, I would say their society is pretty productive.

If you think the primary point of getting married is to show how in love you are, you may as well write up a divorce letter now. Compatibility is not an innate value, that either exists or doesn't; it's a learned behavior. Considering that society's divorce rate is lower than ours, I'd say their marriages are more functional. Whether or not you agree with their concept of marriage is beside the point - you are trying to say it doesn't function, whereas it clearly does.

As to your third point, are you saying that the Middle East is absent of nurses, therapists, and schoolteachers? It's either that, which of course is nonsense, or you're instead saying that those societies suffer because men are doddering fools incapable of inserting an IV drip. That sounds more like "raising the lesser sex" than "making men and women equal" - which is an asinine proposal anyway, not only because it requires eliminating the very concepts of masculinity and femininity in the first place(and thereby showing its true nature, which is misogynistic), but also because it is literally impossible.

Finally, if Western society is indeed more sustainable than the absolute patriarchy that obviously intimidates you, there is no reason to believe that this is due to women being able to vote. In fact, the West experienced great successes prior to women being given positions of power. Women were given voting rights in the USA around, what, the mid-19th century? So that's about 150 years? Whereas absolute patriarchy has existed in the Middle East -hell, most of the world- in an uninterrupted state for... millenia. A proven system sounds more sustainable than an unproven one to me.

Reality is against you. Guess who wins.

Re: Buying whores
April 07, 2013, 05:42:50 AM
You raise a telling point, Istaros...
Prior to the notion of equality as being in any way important, the West was on the up-and-up.
Whereas ever since then, it has gone into severe decline.
Diverting capital and other resources away from civilization-building, and sinking it into a sharing-out equally, can only result in the results now manifest.
Bye-bye civilization.
I have a feeling we will only all be finally equal in a sordid and wholly unnecessary oblivion.


Re: Buying whores
April 07, 2013, 05:58:14 AM
Legalize prostitution but keep it out of the cities (build entertainment centers on desolate spots next to high ways, think Las Vegas but much smaller)
As an aside, prostitution is illegal in Clark County (Las Vegas), It's also illegal in Nevadas next biggest city, Reno, and a couple other counties.

Re: Buying whores
April 07, 2013, 06:02:47 AM
Haha :)
Oh yes, we all forgot this thread was about prostitution.