80. "A normal life is where the potentially bad choices you make as a kid" In response to In response to 60
Don't follow you for the rest of your life.
We've all done all sorts of dumb shit and made mistakes as young people that was character building and didn't affect us for the rest of our lives because it happened in anonymity. I thank god I got to live my younger days in anonymity. My social media from my teens would have been ridiculous.
And you kow this is true ESPECIALLY for sex workers. There is a reason they all don't use their real names and have aliases. They of course want to separate their professional life from their personal life.
And 90% of people who experiment in sex work can try it out, figure out if they like it or not, and walk away from it. Even girls who do video stuff. BUT This girl doesn't have that option because all over the internet is her real name associated with her stage name. Not an issue if she stays in sex worker but probably problematic if she ever regrets the decision and wants a "normal life".
BTW, how did you decide for her that she doesn't want a normal life?
You getting mad defensive like you are being personally attacked (hence you personally attacking) but I am not arguing sex workers are bad people. I am arguing having this article published is a bad thing because it is exploitive and does her no good and has huge potential downside. Take two seconds, use them fancy degrees you have and respond to those points if you can. Specifically:
1. Do you think the publishing of this article will be a net positive in her life?
2. Would you want an article like this published about your own daughter?
You dodged the second question but I'd genuinely like to hear you elaborate about on what you started if you can.
>>This shit could have been some stuff that was just only >>gossiped about in her high school, but now, thanks to the >>article, her name will forever be associated with porn. > >and some people are ok with that. It's also ok to be ok with >that. > >even >>though it seems the most she has done so far is send some >nude >>pictures and strip. What do you think the likelihood is that >>an 18 year old who decided to strip and send nudes will >regret >>one day that she became a national news stories because her >>high school news paper wrote an article about her being a >porn >>actress? > >people regret lots of things about their teen years. So? > >You do also realize that the world is a big place? That not >everyone everywhere thinks the way you do, right? I mean, you >viewpoint on this is very specific and narrow and while it may >be the mainstream where you come from, her life is not doomed >by any means. > > > >>This is where progressivism doesnt meet common sense. I >think >>there is a simple test to figure out whether folks are being >>TOO progressive, just ask yourself, would I be advocating so >>hard for this if it were my own child? > >Bruh trust me when I tell you that "would i let my child do >this?" isn't always the best moral compass lol . you clearly >haven't met my mother LOL > >d
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