US DEBATE IQ2: It’s Wrong To Pay For Sex – Hear What Pimps and Johns Really Think About Women

EDITORIAL: The team debating AGAINST (saying paying for sex is not wrong) insult all females throughout each of their presentations. This is a ‘must listen to’ because you need to hear what pimps and johns really think about the girls and women they buy, sell, use and abuse.

It’s a hardcore example of the many out there working hard to legalize prostitution so they can buy and sell your daughters like meat.They each take a turn talking about victims and trying to separate those victims from normal, healthy sex workers. Then they go on to describe the exact situations that create victims. There is no such thing as a normal, healthy sex worker. I’ve met hundreds. Not one!!

As for the FOR team (saying it’s wrong to pay for sex), they talk straight TRUTH. Great facts and points made that aren’t being addressed but you need to know. Check it out to learn more about legalizing prostitution and the sex trafficking it really is!

This debate is further proof that when people are educated with the real truth and facts, they choose right from wrong every time . Why isn’t our system reflecting those choices as norm instead of promoting prostitution as a glamorous career choice??

Because they’re profiting from the pimping of America’s daughters, that’s why!!


Intelligence Squared US – Rosenkranz Foundation
590 Madison Avenue, 30 Floor
New York, NY 10022

DATE 4/22/09


Moderator: John Donvan

For the motion (Believes Paying for Sex is Wrong):
Melissa Farley, Catharine A. MacKinnon, Wendy Shalit

Against the motion (Believes Paying for Sex is NOT Wrong):
Sydney Biddle Barrows, Tyler Cowen, Lionel Tiger


Before the debate:

For the motion: 20%
Against the motion: 50%
Undecided: 30%

After the debate:

For the motion: 45%
Against the motion: 46%
Undecided: 9%



Before the debate:

For the motion: 25%
Against the motion: 41%
Undecided: 34%

After the debate:

For the motion: 58%
Against the motion: 34%
Undecided: 8%


Before the debate:

For the motion: 13%
Against the motion: 61%
After the debate:

For the motion: 27%
Against the motion: 66%
Undecided: 7%

About Diana fka Desi Foxx

Blogger/Writer/Activist; Small Business Systems Consultant; Undergraduate in Computer Related Crime Investigations.

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