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Pornography and Prostitution alike

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With 1 vote and 2 points ahead, the winner is ...

RationalMadman
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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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>Reported Vote: Intelligence_06 // Mod action: Removed
>Points Awarded: 4:0; 4 points to Pro.
>Reason for Decision: See Comments Tab.
>Reason for Mod Action:
It's an understandable mistake without "alike" defined, but the description clarified legalities, and con's arguments of non-alike traits does not seem to have been weighed properly.

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Intelligence_06
6 hours ago
Criterion Pro Tie Con Points
Better arguments ✔ ✗ ✗ 3 points
Better sources ✗ ✔ ✗ 2 points
Better spelling and grammar ✗ ✔ ✗ 1 point
Better conduct ✔ ✗ ✗ 1 point
Reason:
Arguments: PRO successfully argued that P and P are alike, and CON did not argue what he is to argue: Neither of them is alike in any way, which is significantly harder. In my eyes, PRO wins the arguments. CON only pointed out the differences between the two but otherwise, they are still alike.
Conduct: Forfeit.
Sources: Neither has any, tie
S&G: tie. Both side readable

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Contender
--> @blamonkey @Barney

The BoP is to prove they can remain legal while the other is illegal for a sensible reason. Read the debate's description. I met my BoP, ibtelligence 06 is lying

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Contender
--> @SupaDudz

Since you were interested, please take a look if it interests you.

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Contender
--> @Intelligence_06

I indeed met my BoP you avoided mentioning my arguments. You also ignored the description of the debate.

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--> @RationalMadman

Interesting. Well in that case, don't disclose that to me!

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Contender
--> @SupaDudz

There are extremely wealthy escorts, that isn't the difference I'll focus on.

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--> @Intelligence_06

Yes, but completely in different.

Porn stars are paid much better than a prostitute is payed. ignore the whole Mia Khalfia story where she said she only being paid 12k. The industry who she work with showed receipts showing that she was payed 100k+ for the work she did in her spam.

Also look at prominent stars right now. Lana Rhoades and Riley Reid are millionaires from their careers. There is much more opportunity in that nature versus being a prozzy

Pornography is a contract with much more money and bonuses, with regular STD checks for starts, Prostitutes have no checks and are paid less. You can't make a career doing that

I only know this much info from the whole fiasco in June. I don't touch pornography anymore

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--> @SupaDudz

As different as they are, they have similarities. For example, sexual behavior for both, etc.

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Pornography and prostitution are completely different, I find it hard for PRO to win

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Instigator

Correct, on the same side of the law. Both are either to be legal or illegal.

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Contender

I support legalisation of both.

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--> @Mall

It's a truism that they have similarities. I suspect you mean for the resolution to specify that the law should view them as the same crime?

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disagree, porn is evil