I’ve spoken before about my involvement with the Worthy Playboy Institute, specifically the annual workshop they run in Las Vegas every January during the porn convention. What I’d like to share with you now is a short article written by Johnny Soporno, the creator of the WPI, regarding sex professionals and paying for sex, as well as a different view of these than is perpetuated by ‘traditional society.’
So give it a read through, and leave a comment – I’d love to hear your thoughts and ideas on this particular subject, if you’re comfortable sharing.
“I don’t pay prostitutes to sleep with me, I pay them to leave when I’m done!” – Cary Grant
Throughout most of the ‘Free World’ (excluding the US, of course ) prostitution is legal. In Canada, virtually everywhere in Europe, and Australia, prostitution is common and accepted.
A prostitute is a professional – like a doctor, or a massage-therapist, or a hairstylist, or lawyer… A professional is a person who charges for their services, offering essentially the same service to any number of clients, (both ‘one-offs’ and ‘regulars’), in which their client believes the costs are appropriate for the services rendered. Furthermore, the more experienced the Professional, the more competent and skilful they usually become.
I wouldn’t want to get my hair cut by someone who hadn’t cut countless heads of hair before me; I’d never let a dentist drill a tooth if I weren’t certain he’s done it countlessly before!
A prostitute does a specific kind of work, usually quite well, and provides satisfaction – with the expectation (as is true with all professionals) that once their work is done, the client will leave satisfied, and will return if their need requires it, and ideally they will advise others of the professionalism and quality provided.
It’s critical to remember that virtually all women are raised to charge for their sexual services – when their mothers tell them “If you give away the milk, no one will buy the cow!” she’s telling her daughters “Don’t you forget, I raised you to be a whore, not a slut!”
Likewise, when their fathers tell them “I don’t want you spending time with that Kevin boy – he just wants to get into your pants! Why don’t you go connect with Thomas, over there… He has his own business, and he’ll be a good provider and father for your children, and he’ll take care of you! (Because don’t ever forget, we raised you to be a whore!)”
Women are raised never to undercut The Sexual Cartel – an unspoken understanding amongst all women to ensure that men will support them and their offspring by convincing men that sex can only be available at a cost – and that the dearer the cost, the more valuable the sex.
This is to convince men that their children are their own, genetically.
“Son, I know you’re my child, (despite the fact that we don’t look anything alike) because your mother was a “good girl” – She didn’t sleep with me until our fourth date! And hell, she doesn’t even like sex, we practically never had it once we got married!”
Women who have sex because they want to, with whomever they choose, without the promise of a ‘commitment’, (or any other direct or promised compensation) are condemn socially and branded as “sluts” – the most derogatory word any woman can be called, particularly by another woman… When a man calls a woman a slut, he is saying “She’s having more sex than _I_ want her to!”, but when a woman calls another woman a slut, it means “She’s a traitor to her gender! She’s giving away what I must sell, and lowering my value! – She’s a scab! She’s undercutting The Cartel!”
SO – if you like sex-for-the-sake-of-sex more than you like money, go ahead and hire someone on an ‘on demand’ basis… Instead of hiring one full time, when you only actually need the service occasionally!
I’ve often heard “If it floats, flies, or fucks, rent it, don’t own it!”
Worthy Playboy & Sexual Revolutionary