I was thinking about prostitution today..
Or to be exact, not prostitution in the sense of young girls being forced to sell their bodies; more escorts working for upper class companies choosing to sell their bodies for sex.
I mean, what is exactly so wrong with that? every single one of us think we are so civilised making our living in a morally correct way respecting ourselves? Well, no, we’re not. We’re all selling something.
Writers - they sell their imagination for others to inspire from
Athletes - they sell their energy for others to gain enjoyment from
Musicians - they sell their talent for others to add to their lives
Desk jobs - selling hours of our own time to wading through paperwork
Business men - selling years of their life cut off from their age as stress takes it’s tole on their body.
We’re all selling something; so if one person feels comfortable with selling their imagination and another feels more so with selling her/his body for someone else to gain satisfaction? what is so wrong with that? SEX IS SEX, it’s not some sacred ritual, it’s an act that two people do for whatever reason, and we have no right to judge others on their opinions of sex. If i fell in love with someone then realized they had been an escort and had slept with over 200 people, it would make no odds; i would still love them. If i didn’t, then i would say i never loved them fully to begin with.
Life is about life, i really think people take the act of sex way too seriously. Escorts are clever in my opinion, they know their talent, and they use it. They get paid to be in someone’s presence. If anything, they must be incredibly secure within themselves.