Prostitution, Sex and Government  

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2/15/2006 8:00 am

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Prostitution, Sex and Government


George Washington said, in his inauguration speech as the first president of this country, "GOVERNMENT CAN BE A USEFUL SERVANT, BUT IT CAN BE A MASTER TO BE FEARED". I believe strongly that any group of people that conspire to control, approve or place limits on my sexuality certainly aspire to be my master. If a person sells their body for cash or a combination of cash and trills or even desperation to later be regretted, what legitimate governmental purpose would allow legislators to create the sexual norm for all people.
In some areas of this free nation sodomy is defined in law as anything except sex between a man and a women, in the missionary position for the purposes of procreation. Yeah that's right you could stay in a certain motel in a certain town and if you lick you wife's clit you would be breaking the law. Defined by legislation as a pervert.
What do you think?
I think there should be absolutely no government involvement in what people do sexually.
I don't mean that you can legitimize any action by adding the phrase sexual preference to it.
ASSAULT, INTIMIDATION and ABUSE are still offenses regardless of any twisted desire.
Should government define sodomy or should it be exclusively a personal choice.

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