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F_x wrote

Nobody is owe sex, so I don't know why you are saying that "sex work that help the disabled" is more "legitimate". Prostitution is sex work so there is no distinction to do about "where does prostitution end and sex work begins". Sex work would still exist, the difference like with all other kind of work is that people aren't forced into it for survival.

I'll keep it at that as I'm not a great source on the subject.

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AgitatedStatesOfAmazement wrote

Prostitution is sex work so there is no distinction to do about "where does prostitution end and sex work begins".

Doesn't sex work encompass a wider umbrella like pornographic acting, stripping, etc?

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F_x wrote

Exactly, what I meant is prostitution is under the sex work umbrella therefore "where does prostitution end and sex work begins" makes no sense as it is sex work.

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mouse OP wrote

^ that's probably what I was trying to say

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F_x wrote

Then what did you mean by "where does prostitution end and sex work begins" as you clearly separated them.

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mouse OP wrote

thats why i felt iffy using the word legitamite. I guess i meant... "currently socially acceptable"

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F_x wrote

Currently socially acceptable, by whose standard? Sex workers get more disrespected than Jeff Bezos, and risk a lot including their life.

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mouse OP wrote

that's true... i dont really remember what i was trying to get at

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