I never said anything about new users.hifisex said:how do you figure mbhkey?
they could legalize crack/meth/smack tomorrow and I would have NO inclination to try them even once.....if they legalized pot I wouldn't smoke anymore than I do today.....and I don't think I'm all that different than most people....
as for legalizing prostitution...FH is bang on!
So you’re saying that the same amount of alcohol will be consumed when it is made illegal.hifisex said:No....not at all.....prohibition proved that point.
That's been going on for a long time in most of the country. It seems as though what they are doing is selling licences to commit a criminal offence (living off the avails, or keeping a common bawdy house). Maybe we should be confronting municipal politicians more often about this situation. Either they would have to acknowledge this fact and therefore probably agree that the business should be decriminalized, or make themselves look stupid or dishonest if they pretend to not know that these types of businesses are the sex trade. Read Lynne Kennedy's awkward and silly attempt to justify it in this story.hifisex said:one of the most galling inequities of prostitution laws is the municple licensing of escorts and massage parlors...
They criticized Cotler for not being specific enough about what changes should be made, and assumed the changes would "fall short of serious reform." Isn't the Post usually a conservative newspaper? I guess it's a good sign when even they advocate serious reform."Irwin Cotler, the Justice Minister, announced publicly that he wants to review prostitution laws... Mr. Cotler said sex-trade workers ought to be protected from "exploitation, violence and abuse" and gave every indication is that he's looking to loosen the laws. Such changes would be welcome, but no specifics have been offered and there is a very real danger that here too the changes will fall well short of serious reform."