Why has MPD NOT cracked down on internet prostitution?

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Re: Why has MPD NOT cracked down on internet prostitution?

Postby Mean Scenester » Wed Apr 24, 2013 12:32 pm

Remember_Me wrote:Or, since we don't know the circumstances, perhaps the husband is also a victim because his wife refused him sex and/or companionship and he sought it elsewhere.

This one gets richer every time it's suggested.

"Your honor, I'm the victim here. My wife won't have sex with me anymore. It's like she's on to the fact that I'm an undesirable, soiled wet-nap of a human being. What choice did I have but to solicit the services of an unscrupulous, public health risk romp-for-hire? WHAT CHOICE DID I HAVE!"

The only thing that guy is a victim of is his own mother's choice to carry to term.

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Re: Why has MPD NOT cracked down on internet prostitution?

Postby narcoleptish » Wed Apr 24, 2013 1:26 pm

I think prostitution needs to be allowed to exist, legal or not, because the people who seek it out are not going away and some of them could become a bigger problem to the community without the outlet that prostitution provides.

Local law enforcement realizes this and thus allows it to operate to an extent and in a manner that they can somewhat monitor. Why else would Madison still have two "massage parlors" left over from the 70's? The reason the Rising Sun has attracted attention as of late has more to do with Uncle Sam (not) getting paid than getting laid.

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Re: Why has MPD NOT cracked down on internet prostitution?

Postby Remember_Me » Wed Apr 24, 2013 4:11 pm

Mean Scenester wrote:
Remember_Me wrote:Or, since we don't know the circumstances, perhaps the husband is also a victim because his wife refused him sex and/or companionship and he sought it elsewhere.

This one gets richer every time it's suggested.

"Your honor, I'm the victim here. My wife won't have sex with me anymore. It's like she's on to the fact that I'm an undesirable, soiled wet-nap of a human being. What choice did I have but to solicit the services of an unscrupulous, public health risk romp-for-hire? WHAT CHOICE DID I HAVE!"

The only thing that guy is a victim of is his own mother's choice to carry to term.


Wait, so women refuse sex to their SOs simply because they're undesirable wet-nap human beings?

So it's always the man's fault then?

Wow.

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Re: Why has MPD NOT cracked down on internet prostitution?

Postby david cohen » Wed Apr 24, 2013 5:42 pm

I'm just shocked this thread has gone 3 pages and no one has mentioned Suz....ooops...

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Re: Why has MPD NOT cracked down on internet prostitution?

Postby Mean Scenester » Thu Apr 25, 2013 11:06 am

Remember_Me wrote:So it's always the man's fault then?

Wow.

Of course not. Get this: Relationships are complex. I know, mind blown, right?

If your spouse isn't sleeping with you, something's gone wrong with the relationship. What a real man would do in this situation is either, A) recognize that fact and try to uncover the root of the problem through effective communication and/or counseling in an effort to save the marriage, or B) interpret this as a sign the relationship may have run its course and broach that topic with his spouse and suggest maybe it's time to ditch the charade.

The shitty, cowardly thing to do is go off and chase tail-for-pay behind your wife's back. That guy isn't a victim of anything, he's just an egocentric prick.

But you seem to have a lot invested in this scenario, so why don't you recount for us all the psychic wounds you've incurred from the many women who have denied you intimacy.

Actually, let me grab lunch first. I have a feeling this may take awhile.

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Re: Why has MPD NOT cracked down on internet prostitution?

Postby Comrade » Thu Apr 25, 2013 1:45 pm

How do we know tha the MPD hasn't/isn't cracked/cracking down on this?

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Re: Why has MPD NOT cracked down on internet prostitution?

Postby vesvehighfolk » Thu Apr 25, 2013 3:58 pm

Comrade wrote:How do we know tha the MPD hasn't/isn't cracked/cracking down on this?


Because at least one "provider" has advertised on "Back page" daily for over a year! this "provider" also runs ads in the very paper that this site is about :!:

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Re: Why has MPD NOT cracked down on internet prostitution?

Postby Henry Vilas » Thu Apr 25, 2013 4:04 pm

Do you have the same moral outrage over illegal gambling or drug use? Or is it just about sex?

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Re: Why has MPD NOT cracked down on internet prostitution?

Postby Sandi » Thu Apr 25, 2013 4:07 pm

They should all be legal. Sex, gambling or whatever. And all drugs should be OTC period.

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Re: Why has MPD NOT cracked down on internet prostitution?

Postby vesvehighfolk » Thu Apr 25, 2013 4:38 pm

The Argument I make is why can some one go online, Say I am an “escort”, say the money is for “time and companionship, and avoid arrest? Did you also know there are websites that review and recommend these gals? These website have detailed reviews of the services offered. And here is a clue some of the services reviewed are not found at the local store or in any public place! Also some of the “ladies” of back page go so far as to say “money is for time and companionship” and also say “Fetishes welcome” MPD will arrest the prostitute on the street But it seems all they have to do is say “I am an escort” and go online and.. boom the cops simply turn a blind eye...And the paper that host this site list some of theses “Ladies” under adult services. On gal advertises “great massages.” but a check on one of the “review sites” tell the tale of what the gal ALSO offers (At the same time.) so if it is a cop she can say “oh you paid me for the massage ONLY!”
So my question stands..Why can a gal operate as a prostitute in Madison for over a YEAR..with out the cops arresting her?

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Re: Why has MPD NOT cracked down on internet prostitution?

Postby massimo » Thu Apr 25, 2013 4:57 pm

You've done a lot of research for someone so repulsed by these "services." Your outrage is reminiscent of the (male) politician who rails against homosexuality then is found out to be shtuppin' the (male) aide. I see repression and self-loathing.

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Re: Why has MPD NOT cracked down on internet prostitution?

Postby vesvehighfolk » Thu Apr 25, 2013 5:03 pm

LOL I knew someone would say that! I researched it in preparation for this this very topic!
some time ago I Learned most of the gals on Badger road moved onto back page. I wanted to inform the BONA about it I been keeping tabs on it every since. so yep I know what I am talking about but the law is the law! and no moral outrage here!
P.S. I am openly gay!

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Re: Why has MPD NOT cracked down on internet prostitution?

Postby massimo » Thu Apr 25, 2013 5:23 pm

So your hard-on (so to speak) is related only to your desire that all laws be enforced and and has nothing to do with any moral objections to prostitution? Well I'll be damned.

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Re: Why has MPD NOT cracked down on internet prostitution?

Postby Steve Vokers » Thu Apr 25, 2013 5:49 pm

vesvehighfolk wrote:The Argument I make is why can some one go online, Say I am an “escort”, say the money is for “time and companionship, and avoid arrest? Did you also know there are websites that review and recommend these gals? These website have detailed reviews of the services offered. And here is a clue some of the services reviewed are not found at the local store or in any public place! Also some of the “ladies” of back page go so far as to say “money is for time and companionship” and also say “Fetishes welcome” MPD will arrest the prostitute on the street But it seems all they have to do is say “I am an escort” and go online and.. boom the cops simply turn a blind eye...And the paper that host this site list some of theses “Ladies” under adult services. On gal advertises “great massages.” but a check on one of the “review sites” tell the tale of what the gal ALSO offers (At the same time.) so if it is a cop she can say “oh you paid me for the massage ONLY!”
So my question stands..Why can a gal operate as a prostitute in Madison for over a YEAR..with out the cops arresting her?


Hmmmm... You sure seem to know an awful lot about how prostitution works and how to find it.

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Re: Why has MPD NOT cracked down on internet prostitution?

Postby Henry Vilas » Thu Apr 25, 2013 5:55 pm

He sounds like a john who got burned by a hooker/sex worker... over the Internet.


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