The Son of Sam Law is a wonderful thing. (When and where it is upheld, of course.) I think it should also apply to hooking. Here’s my logic. Certain people were born without shame. It’s remarkably easy to find these people in a capitalist society. What I’m getting at is that you can’t rely on shame to keep people from capitalizing off of the fact that they were paid for sex (this is what we used to call a whore, you know, before certain women decided to take pride in the “sexual empowerment” that hooking gives them)… although principle precludes me from mentioning the name of the hooker in question or linking a page where you could read about her attempt to get into the music business, I will give two other examples of people with similar tragedies. That’s right. Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian. Wait… no, they’re probably worse. You know, since they released (I mean…when, against their will…) the act to the public. To jumpstart careers. That are now flourishing. Ew. You suck, Planet Earth.
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