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(Sun Sentinel)   Proposed bill would not allow massages between the hours of 10PM and 6AM, and most parlors are happy with those hours ending   (sun-sentinel.com) divider line 15
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2013-01-20 07:14:56 PM
3 votes:

BiffDangler: For the life of me I don't get why anyone care is someone is getting a handjob at a massage parlour.


It not the handjob, it's the slavery that's the issue. Personally I have no problem with prositution as long as the whore is not coerced.
2013-01-20 10:18:21 PM
2 votes:
I don't know why, but around here there have been a ton of 'Asian' and 'Oriental' massage places opening up over the past year. It went from one to about a dozen practically overnight.

I've been a bit curious about what goes on behind those black tinted windows. If they are prostitution-fronts, I guess that's fine, I have no problem with it as long as it is mutually consensual and no one is being forced to work at any of them against their will.
2013-01-20 06:44:17 PM
2 votes:

Overfiend: Agent Smiths Laugh: skinink: How is allowing massages between 6am and 10pm going to stop human trafficking? Really, the U.S. just needs to legalize and regulate prostitution, then just spend redirect resources to going after actual human traffickers.

That would offend Jesus.

Pretty much NOT. Jesus hung out with prostitutes.

You are dumb.

(your attempt at saying Murica's version of Jesus would fails)


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2013-01-20 06:25:53 PM
2 votes:
How is allowing massages between 6am and 10pm going to stop human trafficking? Really, the U.S. just needs to legalize and regulate prostitution, then just spend redirect resources to going after actual human traffickers.
2013-01-20 06:24:25 PM
2 votes:
So, by creating a pretty inconsequential law telling them they have to close at certain hours you're somehow going to prevent already illegal brothels, especially ones that use trafficked women, from operating...

Yeah, please explain to me how that's going to work, because I'm quite interested in hearing about how the traffickers are going to say "Welp, guess I'm out of business then!" and release their sex slaves.
2013-01-21 07:05:43 AM
1 votes:

TuteTibiImperes: I don't know why, but around here there have been a ton of 'Asian' and 'Oriental' massage places opening up over the past year. It went from one to about a dozen practically overnight.

I've been a bit curious about what goes on behind those black tinted windows. If they are prostitution-fronts, I guess that's fine, I have no problem with it as long as it is mutually consensual and no one is being forced to work at any of them against their will.


One AMP near where I used to work got busted with underage girls as young as 14.

It's almost certain that most are fronts for brothels and there's a decent chance the people working there were smuggled into the country and they have "consented" to work to pay off their coyotes.

The only thing this law would do would give them 8 hours where they don't have to work.
2013-01-20 09:36:12 PM
1 votes:
Many of the businesses seem to be dropping the cliche blacked-out front windows for colorful, lit-up murals depicting massage scenes.

Around here at least blacked out front windows are a pretty strong indication that it offers more than just a massage.

I would also say that offering late-night hours is a pretty strong indication of more than just massage unless it's part of a larger operation that runs that late. It's possible that there are places that get enough late patrons from workers as such places but I have never run into such a place.
2013-01-20 07:54:11 PM
1 votes:

BiffDangler: For the life of me I don't get why anyone care is someone is getting a handjob at a massage parlour.


it is amazingly sad that our government and law enforcement are total cock blockers. they prefer men be unhappy, tense and sexually frustrated. that is sick and twisted. sadly we're a nation of well armed pansies that will never stand up for what we want.
2013-01-20 07:47:37 PM
1 votes:

RatMaster999: namatad: The legislative effort comes amid increasing awareness of potential human trafficking in disreputable massage parlors. Police and federal agents fear that victims are being forced to live on the premises while working long hours and performing sex acts on clients.


and reducing the hours will affect this HOW??? HAHAHAH AHAHAHA
assholes
1) you hurt honest business people
2) you do ZERO to reduce the "crime" you are pretending to be concerned about?

sigh

war on consensual crimes continues to be fought, lost and complete waste of your tax dollars

It's the same logic as taking firearms out of the hands of regular citizens...


Massages don't kill people, massages don't f*cking kill people.
2013-01-20 07:24:42 PM
1 votes:
Add me to the pile that thinks prostitution should be legal and regulated. Maybe we should start one of those White House petitions?
2013-01-20 07:17:16 PM
1 votes:

EvilEgg: BiffDangler: For the life of me I don't get why anyone care is someone is getting a handjob at a massage parlour.

It not the handjob, it's the slavery that's the issue. Personally I have no problem with prositution as long as the whore is not coerced.


I would support the death penalty for human trafficking. I think prostitution should be legal.
2013-01-20 06:33:02 PM
1 votes:

skinink: How is allowing massages between 6am and 10pm going to stop human trafficking? Really, the U.S. just needs to legalize and regulate prostitution, then just spend redirect resources to going after actual human traffickers.


That would offend Jesus.
2013-01-20 06:31:57 PM
1 votes:
Great. More regulations intended to screw the handjob creators.
2013-01-20 06:26:11 PM
1 votes:

namatad: The legislative effort comes amid increasing awareness of potential human trafficking in disreputable massage parlors. Police and federal agents fear that victims are being forced to live on the premises while working long hours and performing sex acts on clients.


and reducing the hours will affect this HOW??? HAHAHAH AHAHAHA
assholes
1) you hurt honest business people
2) you do ZERO to reduce the "crime" you are pretending to be concerned about?

sigh

war on consensual crimes continues to be fought, lost and complete waste of your tax dollars


So much this. Why is it so hard to understand a fundamental concept? I feel like I'm going crazy every time I hear some politician spouting about trying to help some exploited group of people by passing a useless, feel-good law, and NOBODY seems to call them out on it. Nobody in politics has a backbone anymore and it saddens and sickens me.
2013-01-20 05:28:26 PM
1 votes:
The legislative effort comes amid increasing awareness of potential human trafficking in disreputable massage parlors. Police and federal agents fear that victims are being forced to live on the premises while working long hours and performing sex acts on clients.


and reducing the hours will affect this HOW??? HAHAHAH AHAHAHA
assholes
1) you hurt honest business people
2) you do ZERO to reduce the "crime" you are pretending to be concerned about?

sigh

war on consensual crimes continues to be fought, lost and complete waste of your tax dollars
 
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