Pornography and Prostitution alike
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So the technicality here as I understand it, The loophole is in the work or activity with pornography in that under the law, It's classified as an artistic platform. So this means folks are being paid directly for participating in a movie containing actual sexual activity. The sexual activity is being indirectly paid for. That's the technicality, Makes it legal. Prostitution is just the opposite.
So dealing with adult film entertainment and the use of brothels, What do I say?
I would argue that both of these things amount to the same bottom line. Many pornographic films don't necessarily have much of a story behind them. Take a camera along with some flimsy script, Down to such and such avenue, Call that hooker over.
Between these two things, The lines are blurred, Not much of a difference.
Like marijuana having it's loophole for legality, The same with P. And P.
The law should have discernment of the end result in everything. It's understood that it does not so people fight for "reach-arounds" to get protection for things they know are not sanctioned if they can't get a way around the system. Simply undermine in every which a way.
So P. And P. Should stand on the same side of the law. At the end of it, It's about nobody getting hurt, Either way.
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