(Original post by Speciez99)
the bit about the job = scarcasim i sorry if i doesnt come across well on the net.
this has nothing to do with moral beliefs. the question is whether women have a choice if they want to be prostitues, the answer to recap is for most people working the streets is no, they would prefer to do other things but dont have the chance to due to all sorts of things like drug habbits, forceful pimps, being illegal immigrants ect. JSM seem to think they choice to be prostitutes due to the fact as he puts it "they get kicks out of it" (JSM if you want to express your view clearer again it might be good for everyone)
however this is a side issue in this topic which was really on do women ask to be raped by the clothes they wear, and does porn encourage or discourage men to rape, things i would personally prefer to dicuss rather than this issue
I dont think i can express it clearer. Many prostitutes are surely stuck in that rut by "drug habbits, forceful pimps, being illegal immigrants etc." however surely that is an argument for legalisation as then these conditions would be subject to the rules of the workplace. These happen, precisely because it is illegal and therefore there is no one to turn to. Some women do get kicks out of it though and for others it is a lifestyle choice, there were documentaries on American Prostitutes channel five/ four and in them, many clearly added they were in there for the money, the kicks or because it has been their lifestyle choice.
Well are skimpy clothes worn knowingly - yes
are skimpy clothes meant to attract attention to the bared bits/unshown bits - yes
so do women knowingly flaunt their bodies in order to attract attention by dressing in skimp clothes -yes.
do these women attract attention - yes
do they want this attention - well presumably they set out to get it.
therefore women complain about unwelcome attention they recive -yes
is their complaint about the attention unwarrented - yes
and there are side effects like getting the wrong kind of attention and that is something they should be wary of, although i do agree in principle that they should be free to wear what they want.