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dave2013
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29-Sep-13, 10:42 PM (PST)
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"Religion and Prostitution"
 
   This question stems from my objective and non judgmental interest in world religions and society. I found RedBook just a couple of months ago, and the question which follows is a natural corollary to my new found discovery, RB

Its a well established fact that the major religions of the world "DO NOT CONDONE PROSTITUTION". With this said, can it be assumed that 99.99% of Mongers and Prostitutes are atheists?

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1. "RE: Religion and Prostitution"
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   If you believe that, there is this bridge I'd like to sell you.

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"Can a man have a relationship with God and also hobby?"
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Too much sex is still not enough

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dave2013
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30-Sep-13, 06:45 AM (PST)
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3. "RE: Religion and Prostitution"
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   Well that's exactly I am trying to figure. Isn't there an inherent contradiction in this ?

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4. "RE: Religion and Prostitution"
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LAST EDITED ON 30-Sep-13 AT 08:28 AM (PST)
 
There is only an inherent contradiction if you follow your religion of choice in its most fundamentalist doctrine.
The happiest, most "centered" sex workers realize that they are spiritual beings having a human experience - and not human beings seeking a spiritual experience.

With this in mind, one approaches sex work, love and life's lessons much differently than someone hemmed in by dogmatic belief systems.

Personally, I am probably one of the most theologically liberal Christians you'll ever meet but that is because I have studied the collective essays compiled into our current versions of the Christian Bible, many of the writings that were both left out AND added by The Church (over the course of centuries), different translations of The Bible, The Metaphysical Bible (to study its symbology), our own world religions (there are a little over 500 in practice today) and so much more.

I see what I provide (to the clientele who seek out my particular services) as healing and therapeutic on many levels - rather than "sinful" in nature.

This outlook also has a positive affect on how sex workers view themselves...because rather than struggling to function on a daily basis -awash in shame and guilt - looking for substances to mask those unpleasant feelings...Sex workers can look upon their daily lives with a joyful, happy spirit instead.

I work clean & sober and know many other sex workers who happily do as well.

I can't tell you what a huge difference pragmatic study and positive perception can have on our experience here in this world - no matter what activity you engage in or what vocation you choose.

Lastly, one of Jesus' most beloved human beings - closest to him - was Mary Magdaline. Contrary to the fundamentalist Christian doctrine, there are ancient Aramaic writings (left out of The King James version) that suggest Jesus & Mary had children.

No matter what anyone who reads my post believes...

I think Jesus on earth would have thought I'm a pretty cool chick and have no doubt that I am doing God's work in many ways - in THIS lifetime - in THIS physical body and circumstance - RIGHT NOW.

I can't tell you how many times I've actually counseled men in regards to how to keep love and sex alive in their own marriages/ relationships and keep their families together - but that's a whole 'nuther thread.

It's always Summer at my place!

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5. "RE: Religion and Prostitution"
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The contradiction only exists in the same place your religion exists, in your head. Stop believing in imaginary friends and be grateful for the naked woman beside you.

devil in my dick demons in my semen

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I qualify. I'm an atheist who enjoys P4P sex.

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30-Sep-13, 01:15 PM (PST)
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7. "RE: Religion and Prostitution"
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   There is an inherent contradiction between religious dogma and the 21st century.

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8. "RE: Religion and Prostitution"
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   Its a well established fact that the major religions of the world "DO NOT CONDONE PROSTITUTION"

Is it?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_prostitution

"During the Middle Ages, prostitution was commonly found in urban contexts. Although all forms of sexual activity outside of marriage were regarded as sinful by the Roman Catholic Church, prostitution was tolerated because it was held to prevent the greater evils of rape, sodomy, and masturbation (McCall, 1979). Augustine of Hippo held that: "If you expel prostitution from society, you will unsettle everything on account of lusts". The general tolerance of prostitution was for the most part reluctant, and many canonists urged prostitutes to reform.

After the decline of organised prostitution of the Roman empire, many prostitutes were slaves. However, religious campaigns against slavery, and the growing marketisation of the economy, turned prostitution back into a business. By the High Middle Ages it is common to find town governments ruling that prostitutes were not to ply their trade within the town walls, but they were tolerated outside if only because these areas were beyond the jurisdiction of the authorities. In many areas of France and Germany town governments came to set aside certain streets as areas where prostitution could be tolerated. In London the brothels of Southwark were owned by the Bishop of Winchester. (MCCall) Still later it became common in the major towns and cities of Southern Europe to establish civic brothels, whilst outlawing any prostitution taking place outside these brothels. In much of Northern Europe a more laissez faire attitude tended to be found.[12] Prostitutes also found a fruitful market in the Crusades."

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