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  1. 23 Oct '16 12:20
    http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/10/22/porn-star-becomes-latest-trump-accuser-day-after-launching-online-sex-store/

    That's right everyone, a porn star is accusing Trump of sexual assault.

    What's next, will alcoholic accuse him of providing them with liquor?
  2. 23 Oct '16 12:30
    My favourite part of this story is how the Trump campaign portrays the accuser as a liar planted by the Clinton campaign. Because of course the Clinton campaign would go to pornography actors as the ideal vehicle to attack Trump.
  3. 23 Oct '16 12:39
    Originally posted by whodey
    http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/10/22/porn-star-becomes-latest-trump-accuser-day-after-launching-online-sex-store/

    That's right everyone, a porn star is accusing Trump of sexual assault.

    What's next, will alcoholic accuse him of providing them with liquor?
    Are you implying that a porn star should have no problem with people groping/kissing/f***ing him/her uninvited?
  4. 23 Oct '16 12:43
    Originally posted by KazetNagorra
    My favourite part of this story is how the Trump campaign portrays the accuser as a liar planted by the Clinton campaign. Because of course the Clinton campaign would go to pornography actors as the ideal vehicle to attack Trump.
    I here Madonna is giving free BJ's to every porn star who will testify against Trump.
  5. 23 Oct '16 12:46 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by Great King Rat
    Are you implying that a porn star should have no problem with people groping/kissing/f***ing him/her uninvited?
    No,

    Prostitutes are for sale, much like politicians. Their amorality leads many to discount them as credible.

    Of course, that does not mean it is not true. Knowing Trump, it is somewhat believable. And I guess that is what gives this story some credibility.
  6. 23 Oct '16 13:00
    Originally posted by whodey
    No,

    Prostitutes are for sale, much like politicians. Their amorality leads many to discount them as credible.

    Of course, that does not mean it is not true. Knowing Trump, it is somewhat believable. And I guess that is what gives this story some credibility.
    Porn stars are amoral?
  7. 23 Oct '16 13:02
    Originally posted by Great King Rat
    Porn stars are amoral?
    Don't get me wrong, they have a moral code. In fact, I'm sure it mirrors your own.

    When I say amoral, what I'm saying is it conflicts with the notion of some who view selling sex as wrong.
  8. 23 Oct '16 13:37
    Originally posted by whodey
    Don't get me wrong, they have a moral code. In fact, I'm sure it mirrors your own.

    When I say amoral, what I'm saying is it conflicts with the notion of some who view selling sex as wrong.
    So, what you're saying is that someone who views selling sex as amoral finds someone who sells sex to be amoral.....



    Why do you find selling sex is amoral?
  9. Standard member vivify
    rain
    23 Oct '16 13:42
    Originally posted by whodey
    http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/10/22/porn-star-becomes-latest-trump-accuser-day-after-launching-online-sex-store/

    That's right everyone, a porn star is accusing Trump of sexual assault.

    What's next, will alcoholic accuse him of providing them with liquor?
    I read the following posts, but this OP is still disgusting. You may be a right-wing propaganda machine, but I've never viewed you as a poster who puts blame on women who come forward about sexual assault. I mean, she must've wanted it, right? She has sex with multiple partners, right? Heck, she was probably even dressed in really revealing clothes, huh?

    RJ Hinds was a poster similar to you: extremely right wing and religious (though that's a redundant thing to say). Most of his posts simply made him seem like a religious nut; he then, out of nowhere, showed himself to an extreme racist, and became one of the most repugnant posters on this forum. I wonder if you'll go down a similar path with sexism as your vice.
  10. Subscriber joe shmo
    Strange Egg
    23 Oct '16 14:12
    Originally posted by vivify
    I read the following posts, but this OP is still disgusting. You may be a right-wing propaganda machine, but I've never viewed you as a poster who puts blame on women who come forward about sexual assault. I mean, she must've wanted it, right? She has sex with multiple partners, right? Heck, she was probably even dressed in really revealing clothes, huh? ...[text shortened]... nant posters on this forum. I wonder if you'll go down a similar path with sexism as your vice.
    "extremely right wing and religious (though that's a redundant thing to say)"

    Wrong.
  11. 23 Oct '16 14:42
    Originally posted by whodey
    http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/10/22/porn-star-becomes-latest-trump-accuser-day-after-launching-online-sex-store/

    That's right everyone, a porn star is accusing Trump of sexual assault.

    What's next, will alcoholic accuse him of providing them with liquor?
    a pornstar can't be sexually assaulted? is he/she supposed to be available for sexual advances from whatever individual at any time?

    these notions should be obvious to any decent human being but we all know you are anything but decent
  12. 23 Oct '16 18:22
    Originally posted by Great King Rat
    So, what you're saying is that someone who views selling sex as amoral finds someone who sells sex to be amoral.....



    Why do you find selling sex is amoral?
    It is a pretty commonly held view. Sexual conduct is regulated by virtually every religion on the planet, as well as most governments. Prostitution (selling sex) is also held to be evil by most religions, as well as most secular governments. That leaves you with individual's desires for pleasure as the only factor. That's OK. Perhaps you would like to extend that to other legally restricted activities?
  13. 23 Oct '16 18:31
    Originally posted by normbenign
    It is a pretty commonly held view. Sexual conduct is regulated by virtually every religion on the planet, as well as most governments. Prostitution (selling sex) is also held to be evil by most religions, as well as most secular governments. That leaves you with individual's desires for pleasure as the only factor. That's OK. Perhaps you would like to extend that to other legally restricted activities?
    "It is a pretty commonly held view. "
    that is not an argument. popularity of an opinion means squat when it comes to its validity. it was a commonly held view that the sun revolves around the earth too or that women shouldn't have rights.

    "Sexual conduct is regulated by virtually every religion on the planet,"
    oh yeah, religion. awesome argument.

    "as well as most governments"
    most of the times, because of religion.

    "Prostitution (selling sex) is also held to be evil by most religions,"
    so is homosexuality, worshiping any other religion and having

    "That leaves you with individual's desires for pleasure as the only factor. "
    "only". because without religion, one cannot help but be ruled by his desires for pleasure.

    "Perhaps you would like to extend that to other legally restricted activities?"
    if it is as retarded as the ban on prostitution, yes. most civilized countries have already. you cut on human trafficking, you provide a safe work environment for the prostitutes, you cut down on STDs, you have tax revenues. studies have shown that even divorce rates go down where prostitution is legal.

    there is absolutely no downside to legalized prostitution, especially since it won't EVER go away no matter how much you demonise it.
  14. 23 Oct '16 19:13
    Originally posted by Zahlanzi
    "It is a pretty commonly held view. "
    that is not an argument. popularity of an opinion means squat when it comes to its validity. it was a commonly held view that the sun revolves around the earth too or that women shouldn't have rights.

    "Sexual conduct is regulated by virtually every religion on the planet,"
    oh yeah, religion. awesome argument.

    ...[text shortened]... galized prostitution, especially since it won't EVER go away no matter how much you demonise it.
    I'm not certain what point you are trying to make.

    Religions tend to define cultural mores. Got a better source, then present it. Civilized people have restricted their pursuit of pleasure, you know, men can't just grab any woman and enjoy sex forcibly. I happen to agree with you on the silly attempts to ban prostitution.
  15. 23 Oct '16 20:23
    Originally posted by normbenign
    It is a pretty commonly held view. Sexual conduct is regulated by virtually every religion on the planet, as well as most governments. Prostitution (selling sex) is also held to be evil by most religions, as well as most secular governments. That leaves you with individual's desires for pleasure as the only factor. That's OK. Perhaps you would like to extend that to other legally restricted activities?
    What other "legally restricted activities" did you have in mind? I can already tell you there are more "factors" than only "individual's desires for pleasure".

    Your post, which mostly consists of some fairly dry matter-of-fact statements, does not address my question, by the way.