Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Social Matter Weimerica Weekly Normalizing Sex Work

New Weimerica Weekly podcast is up. This one covers that Vanity fair essay on casual sex work.  Bunch of you sent it to me. This hits many Weimerica bits. Eventually we will see cute women assigned to city apartments as Furniture like in the movie Soylent Green.

2 comments:

sth_txs said...

So what is the solution?

Men like sex and most women are incapable of being pleasant in a monogamous relationship for a long period of time. I don't disagree with the value of one in terms of financial stability and raising children if both parters are on the same page, but the reality is much different. Even alleged Christians have a high divorce rate.

Maybe churches could encourage young people to marry sooner while in college instead of this nonsense of wasting one's youth forever and ever over virginity.

The church's or society also need to make a marriage more of a contractual obligation and the government needs to get out of the marriage license business.

AntiDem said...

Related: "An app that adds dating to the on-demand economy"

That's called prostitution, you dimwit millennial, and there's nothing new or innovative about it:

http://www.theverge.com/2016/7/14/12183012/ohlala-paid-dating-app-berlin-pia-poppenreiter-uber