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Has, Catherine Stevens, another prostitute, George McCoy and the woman from the Hampshire branch of the WI and a few other ant women.

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All the laws in the UK are made to outlaw the carte' blanche menu of offences in a particular category, it is then left up to plod what part of the "menu" they will tolerate also the test of the law when presented before the court, the current laws on prostitution are a classic example as are laws regarding the so called "indecent images of children". The legisaltors never mean what they say or say what what they mean, it seems ambiquity is their watchword. It is about time there was a root and branch review of common law, to clarify specifically offences, instead of the mess that currently exists.

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I caught a bit of the programme the other day while I was about to put a DVD on. 'The Big Questions' is nothing more then a religious programme where religious groups talk about things in society that they want to hijack and make things they don't like made illegal. Considering that on the programme they have people from religious fundamentalist groups on there is no surprising really.

The usual things were said such as the lies fed to the government and the public by the religious fundamentalist groups and from the feminist fundamentalist groups.

The former prositute on there said the typical born-again christian talk, saying the usual crap that born again christians from any situation says. It seems to me that there are religious groups over here very similar to the religious groups over in the US, specifically the ones that are also targeting the porn industry (just look at the crap that ex pornstars who became born again christians say, it is more or less the same) and it looks like the groups over here are doing the same thing for the sex industry here. They are doing the following things that the religious groups in the US do with pornstars and escorts as well.

1. They specifically target people who were forced to do what they do, either forced by another person or they have a drug/addiction problem, in some cases both or have other problems. The type of person who is vulnerable is an easy tagert for religious groups cause they are easier to convert and brainwash.

2. They target people that are broken down mentally due to abuse of all kinds that they have suffered both before and during their time in either the porn industry or sex industry.

3. They move in on them by brainwashing them with things like only converting to whatever religion it is can help you recover and find peace. Look at groups that are not ran by religious organistaions, they don't use religion to help people who have problems, they build up their confidence, self esteem and will power up. Unfortunately religious organisations have pretty much hijacked many of these help groups which are nothing more then recruitment grounds for them to get new followers.

4. After they have fully converted the person one of two things happen, they either go off and live their lives under the delusional that whatever religious belief they now have saved them but really they were taken advantage of yet again only this time it was a religious organisation say or two they join the groups and try to bring more to their cause.

It is common that religious groups also use those for people in general who have mental problems, gone through abuse, have addictions to something whatever those are and other types of problems. Basically people who are easy prey to them and they take full advantage of them and it is a shame really that it works especially on people under the age of 30 since they are much easier to convert then people over the age of 30 even though they are successful at times but it all depends what kind of situation it is. Taking advantage of people like that makes me sick.:rolleyes:

This shows that it’s not only the feminist fundamentalists that we need to worry about but also the religious fundamentalists groups, even though they have different views and all that but when it comes to sexual freedom they have a similar goal which is the only thing they have in common. On the rare occassion you can get someone who is both and that is really terrifying.

I just hope that there will be groups and organisations around and made to counter those lying anti-sexual freedom morons.

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I thought George McCoy was pretty good

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I caught a bit of the programme the other day while I was about to put a DVD on. 'The Big Questions' is nothing more then a religious programme where religious groups talk about things in society that they want to hijack and make things they don't like made illegal. Considering that on the programme they have people from religious fundamentalist groups on there is no surprising really.

The usual things were said such as the lies fed to the government and the public by the religious fundamentalist groups and from the feminist fundamentalist groups.

The former prositute on there said the typical born-again christian talk, saying the usual crap that born again christians from any situation says. It seems to me that there are religious groups over here very similar to the religious groups over in the US, specifically the ones that are also targeting the porn industry (just look at the crap that ex pornstars who became born again christians say, it is more or less the same) and it looks like the groups over here are doing the same thing for the sex industry here. They are doing the following things that the religious groups in the US do with pornstars and escorts as well.

1. They specifically target people who were forced to do what they do, either forced by another person or they have a drug/addiction problem, in some cases both or have other problems. The type of person who is vulnerable is an easy tagert for religious groups cause they are easier to convert and brainwash.

2. They target people that are broken down mentally due to abuse of all kinds that they have suffered both before and during their time in either the porn industry or sex industry.

3. They move in on them by brainwashing them with things like only converting to whatever religion it is can help you recover and find peace. Look at groups that are not ran by religious organistaions, they don't use religion to help people who have problems, they build up their confidence, self esteem and will power up. Unfortunately religious organisations have pretty much hijacked many of these help groups which are nothing more then recruitment grounds for them to get new followers.

4. After they have fully converted the person one of two things happen, they either go off and live their lives under the delusional that whatever religious belief they now have saved them but really they were taken advantage of yet again only this time it was a religious organisation say or two they join the groups and try to bring more to their cause.

It is common that religious groups also use those for people in general who have mental problems, gone through abuse, have addictions to something whatever those are and other types of problems. Basically people who are easy prey to them and they take full advantage of them and it is a shame really that it works especially on people under the age of 30 since they are much easier to convert then people over the age of 30 even though they are successful at times but it all depends what kind of situation it is. Taking advantage of people like that makes me sick.:rolleyes:

This shows that it's not only the feminist fundamentalists that we need to worry about but also the religious fundamentalists groups, even though they have different views and all that but when it comes to sexual freedom they have a similar goal which is the only thing they have in common. On the rare occassion you can get someone who is both and that is really terrifying.

I just hope that there will be groups and organisations around and made to counter those lying anti-sexual freedom morons.

I agree with much of this. Perhaps Jacqui Smith needs to create a law forbidding the exploitation of vulnerable prostitutes by any religious group that is unable to empirically demonstate the existance of its god.

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I agree with much of this. Perhaps Jacqui Smith needs to create a law forbidding the exploitation of vulnerable prostitutes by any religious group that is unable to empirically demonstate the existance of its god.

Off topic maybe Jacqui Smith needs to tell the Bloody Mullahs that you live under British laws and not some muslim crap.

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I agree with much of this. Perhaps Jacqui Smith needs to create a law forbidding the exploitation of vulnerable prostitutes by any religious group that is unable to empirically demonstate the existance of its god.

That is wishful thinking, there is a shit load of religious influence in all the major parties and some of those come from relgiious fundamentalist groups. Why else do you think they are so heavily funded and resources? It isn't just vulnerable prostitutes they target, they target anyone who could be vulnerable. People who have drug problems, alcohol problems, abuse problems, victims of bullying, people who are shy, lonely, and the list goes on and on. Those types of people are easy targets for those groups, they don't give a fuck about them really, they only care about increasing the number of followers and will do anything to get it done even if they have to cause the problems themselves.

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