Whahaha!!!! I came across a forum about asexuality. What one person says is so true!!!! I laughed my ass off, and I want to share it with the rest of the world (I have to watch out that my blog doesn't turn into an anti-sexuality blog by the way). Now the quote (emphases mine):
Something doesnt make sense to me. If women are lustful for sex, why arent they going around trying to get it like how guys do??Absolutely!!!
I did an experiment, I put pictures of an attractive male and an attractive female on a site. And the female got lots of different guys sending messages, some were quite straight to the point about wanting sex, others appeared more into small talk. The male got no messages.
I see and hear about the same thing going on in person with people
And times have changed, and women seem to be admired for being independant, so why arent alot of women going around trying to get different people to have sex, like how alot of guys do?
They say that they only enjoy the sex when its with someone whom they love and trust. So do they like the sex or do they like the love and trust? do they simply love the guy so much that they like making him happy with sex??
It just seems odd for someone to say they're sexual and then not be persuing it. Its like someone saying they like chocolate and then going to the store and saying "Im just gona stand around here and wait for someone to give me chocolate, but im only gona eat the chocolate if I love and trust that person."
so is it just the love and care they're after?? are all women asexual??
This is what I'm wondering lately too!!!!
Actually, I have to admit that regarding prostitution in the Netherlands it is starting to become groundhog day. There is very little news. It also seems as if the notorious evil human traffickers are starting to disappear!! Surely, there are some news items about brothel owners getting arrested and some individual men and women who are denounced by prostitutes. But it all seems to be about conflicts between prostitutes and their lovers or friends getting out of hand. However, the Foundation Against Trafficking in Women (Comensha now) is still publishing numbers. Here are the latest numbers. Some highlights are that still many women forced in prostitution are Dutch and that still many women forced in prostitution work in regulated brothels. Still, I'm beginning to doubt these numbers. Anyone can call Comensha and say that he or she met a forced prostitute who worked in ...... at ......... . There is no evidence.
I'm becoming a human trafficking sceptic like Laura Agustin. There is no human trafficking. Prostitution is a noble profession, much more humane and a lot safer than other professions. Women who say they are forced simply say that because they are ashamed. And then they press charges against their innocent (boy)friends or managers, who then are put in jail because the judges don't dare to challenge innocent victims. It is the taboo surrounding that really is the problem. Women who work in prostitution who are ashamed only have themselves to blame. They should fight their own inhibitions and learn that the things that men do to them are perfectly natural and well-intended.
( .... cynical .... )