• Prostitution and Rape
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[QUOTE=Stormcharger;34141865]Its still rape because it was not consensual[/QUOTE] The sex was consensual. That's the same as saying that it is rape if I promise to do the dishes if my girlfriend gives me a blowjob and then don't.
if the customer doesn't pay. there is a pimp who doen't give a shit why he did not pay. technicly if he uses and does not pay, it's not rape but "thievery" like in every other shop.
[QUOTE=Itachi_Crow;34125863]Theft of services[/QUOTE] which is breach of contract... ffs
[QUOTE=dass;34119983]Isn't this kind of like drugs? If drugs stay illegal, dealers sell and don't have to pay taxes or anything of the sort because they aren't affiliated with the government in a "real job". If drugs are legal, dealers wouldn't be able to sell them and those who would would have to pay taxes. Something like that also applies in this case right? Correct me if I'm wrong... Oh and yea, it would be theft, not rape. She agree'd, even though he didn't pay. Its like going into a store, grabbing and using something and not pay for it.[/QUOTE] So you think that making drugs legal will make drug dealers stop selling drugs illegally? (As far as I know, to be able to sell drugs legally you need to sell them in a shop and with a license/age restriction. I'm pretty sure drug dealers will still sell them illegally on the streets for a cheaper price)
[QUOTE=Ridz0r;34145682]So you think that making drugs legal will make drug dealers stop selling drugs illegally? (As far as I know, to be able to sell drugs legally you need to sell them in a shop and with a license/age restriction. I'm pretty sure drug dealers will still sell them illegally on the streets for a cheaper price)[/QUOTE] People might want to try and sell, but there will be no one to buy. Think about it, why would you buy from some shady dealer, not knowing what quality product you might get, when you can get it from a licensed dealer which has to deliver quality product.
[QUOTE=mobrockers2;34146849]People might want to try and sell, but there will be no one to buy. Think about it, why would you buy from some shady dealer, not knowing what quality product you might get, when you can get it from a licensed dealer which has to deliver quality product.[/QUOTE] Same reason the aftermarket for any product out there still sells.
[QUOTE=Ridz0r;34145682]So you think that making drugs legal will make drug dealers stop selling drugs illegally? (As far as I know, to be able to sell drugs legally you need to sell them in a shop and with a license/age restriction. I'm pretty sure drug dealers will still sell them illegally on the streets for a cheaper price)[/QUOTE] If that were the case then surely dealers would be selling alcohol and tobacco?
[QUOTE=ThisGuy0;34148057]If that were the case then surely dealers would be selling alcohol and tobacco?[/QUOTE] Valid point.
[QUOTE=Ridz0r;34148002]Same reason the aftermarket for any product out there still sells.[/QUOTE] That isn't a hazard for your health though.
[QUOTE=ThisGuy0;34148057]If that were the case then surely dealers would be selling alcohol and tobacco?[/QUOTE] There are some that do. I used to get my stoggies from an unlicensed dealer because he sold them for a couple of bucks cheaper. On topic: TECHNICALLY it wouldn't be rape, because it was consensual; however, if this were to happen it would probably be filed as rape. If the prostitute knew you weren't going to pay then it wouldn't have been consensual, so I suppose it could also be considered fraud.
[QUOTE=squids_eye;34142531]The sex was consensual. That's the same as saying that it is rape if I promise to do the dishes if my girlfriend gives me a blowjob and then don't.[/QUOTE] I was referring to the post above me I should have quoted
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