They give it away for free!
And that goes against the very pillars of our post-enlightenment, post-industrial capital-driven civilization.
It’s a banker’s world, after all.
Prostitutes, on the other hand, are patriots. They’re entrepreneurs. They’re self-reliant.
The only reason they’re prosecuted is because their business is unregulated and government doesn’t get its fair share of the money.
So yes, we’re all prostitutes. Except the sluts.
With prostitution, men use a woman’s body for sexual pleasure in exchange for money.
In Construction, construction companies use men’s bodies to build buildings in exchange for money.
Laborers are literally picked up off of street corners in large cities.
See, we’re all selling a service which we perform in exchange for money, which means we are all selling ourselves.
It doesn’t matter whether you bag groceries or pull teeth, you are selling yourself via a “skill” in exchange for money.
Got a degree from Harvard? The Professors were, essentially, “rented" by the university for that teaching service.
And guess what?
You’ll get to hang that degree on a wall, as you sell yourself in exchange for money.
Round and round it goes.
It wasn’t always like this.
In times past the only people who participated in such exchanges were prostitutes, prisoners and slaves.
Everyone else raised the food they ate, made the clothes they wore and built the houses they lived in.
For anything more they would trade.
Taxes were paid in chickens or cows.
And land? Well you can’t take land with you when you die anyway, now can you?
That system was predicated on mutually beneficial assistance provided by large families within tribes, aka extended families.
But now, under the current system, we’re all independent. We just have to sell ourselves for money for food & shelter.
But I guess there is no alternative to the present system.
I mean, it’s gotta be the free market or socialist or some sort of thing like that.
We can’t just shut down the factories or put the merchants and bankers out of business.
We just need better policies -better management and regulation of this glorious liberating system.