Perhaps one of the worst things for men concerning prostitution in the U.S. is accidently propositioning an undercover female cop and getting busted. This is the time it seems that every feminazi and mangina come out of the woodwork to shame your ass,possibly to coerce you to pay the fine (the reason they probably do this other than political ones),pay to get your car back and threaten to print you name in the paper. This is pretty fucked up,just to get a piece of ass. Serial killers,both accused and convicted,have gotten less harassment than johns do. It's pretty fucked up when you're busted instead of your nut. I would love to see some guy(s) fight this bullshit and clog up the court system and when they are interviewed by the press they have positive outlooks and say they are doing it for men's rights and they have become shameproof. I wonder what the femicunts and manginas are going to do then,probably pee in their panties as some real men stood up to them. The only places where prostitution is legal in the U.S. is certain counties in Nevada and even there I hear you pay up the ying yang. So if prostitution were so bad wouldn't it be illegal everywhere? Yes,it would.
I gone to shopping malls and seen cops,not security guards,but cops patrolling around. There is even a cop shop at one of the malls I've been in and I guess they are their to keep the troublemakers out. And on the other hand,there are vice cops arresting johns.
Women like to get thier gathering needs met so they go shopping. Men like to get their sexual needs met so they go to hookers.
So just where am I going with this?
It seems that there is an army of cops out to make sure women get their needs met while making sure men don't get their's met and they call this a patriarchy? Bullshit.
Prostitution was legal back in the old west but then in 1910 some women's group,The Women's Temperance Union,who also made alcohol unconstitutional so that makes them 0-2,decided to illegalize prostitution and thus make men's lives a living hell for it and that is the situation we have today.