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BJ'S BLOG 09/06/12 "Paying for Comfort"

Yesterday on the show, we talked about how about 80% of single women would have a serious problem dating someone who made less money than them. We asked Rock-A-Holics to finish this statement: “I would have a serious problem dating ____.” 

During this topic, we received a call from Ken who said that he has a serious problem dating anyone. He’s in his 40’s and has been single for 10 years. For the first couple of years he did mix it up and occasionally find someone to be friends with benefits with but now he just goes to his extensive “movie” collection instead. Ken says the reason is because he is a busy guy and this is easier. 

At this point in time I think prostitution should be legal. I know it sounds weird but really, why not? 

If at any point I wasn’t with my wife like for example if she passed away, I wouldn’t want dive right into a new relationship. I don’t want to be cruel to a woman, but if you want that physical comfort then you have to get into a relationship and if you don’t want that, you end up breaking her heart. 

I’ve been with my wife for almost 30 years and if she was no longer here, I wouldn’t want a deep emotional connection with another woman, I’ve already experienced that. 

There are many men out there in similar situations who just want to receive physical comfort and many woman who are willing to provide it…so why is this consensual activity illegal? You’d rather a person pretend to “love” someone instead? That should be illegal. 


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09/06/2012 8:27AM
BJ'S BLOG 09/06/12 "Paying for Comfort"
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09/06/2012 11:34AM
It's legal in the right places in Nevada
Nevada is actually the only state in the union where in certain parts of the State, (specifically NOT Reno, Las Vegas, nor Carson City areas) prostitution is legal even today. Clearly not every state disagrees with this notion and its clearly not against federal law, the real question is where is it appropriate or where should it be allowed to be appropriate?
09/06/2012 2:13PM
If they practice sex safely, why not?
Honestly, I say if people want to pay for it, so be it. Why do people care so much? I mean, people who do it would have to know the risks involved, and should practice safely... If not for them, for the clients so they don't go around spreading diseases like wildfire! I feel that some women (and men) would be making the big bucks with their skills. AND, I agree with not having to jump into a relationship just for physical satisfaction and companionship... I guess to each their own. To me the scariest thing is the spread of STDs... But, come on, that goes on now. Enough of my rambling.
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