Sex on Sunday: Las Vegas 1941, loveless marriages, sex as work (again)

Above: Not so long ago – Las Vegas in 1941 – discretion was the keyword for those selling sex in many places. Hypocritical? Definitely. Possibly easier and preferable to the rantings of nowadays, for those who engage in prostitution professionally? Hmm.

Below: Marvelous spoof by The Onion of the idea of rights for deviant minorities

New Law Would Ban Marriages Between People Who Don’t Love Each Other

Loveless couples gathered at the state capitol . . .’We didn’t choose to feel nothing for each other, that’s just the way we are’ . . .’God didn’t define marriage as happy’ . . .

Is Sex Work?

. . . He posed the question of just how much of sex was “work” and how much of it was “pleasure?” A Major chimed in with 75-25% in favor of work. A Captain said it was 50-50%. A lieutenant responded with 25-75% in favor of pleasure, depending upon his state of inebriation at the time.. . . punch line at Bikers of America

One thought on “Sex on Sunday: Las Vegas 1941, loveless marriages, sex as work (again)

  1. Amanda

    I’m all for discreet behavior when working in public spaces (non-street). Most working girls are way too easy to spot and not discreet enough, I think. Of course, in the US one has to add in the paranoia factor too. Fear of a very public arrest encourages discreet behavior, with the added benefit of being exponentially more hypocritical than that sign.

    Loved the joke! Thanks for sharing!



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