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"The Worst Things In Life Are Free"
Sebastian Horsley on the joys of paying for sex.


Posted by aalkon at September 26, 2004 9:02 AM


What a great article.
EVerything he says makes sense and he's right.
I still play the game with regular girls and I have absolutely no idea why. Women, regular non pros I find absolutely disgusting, shallow, vapid. They are all, with a few excetions, cut out of the same cookie cutter. Intellectually dead, concerned only with silly fashion issues and getting a guy, the all important REALATIONSHIP. This is what they are programmed for and what they are socialized to be concerned with. Few are able to rise above this. I find them to also be without any discernable depth in virtually any area. Classless. But I still play the stupid game, she lying to me and I lying to her. If it weren't for the sexual aspect, I don't think men would have anything to do with most women, because there is nothing there, just empty, vacuous nothingness. Prostitution is what's real in life all the rest is just phoniness. And yet, 94% of brain-dead women are out there looking for their soulmate. I believe the future holds lots of porno and self serve sex and pros. I have heard and read about men saying, "who needs this garbage, there are alternatives." I think they're right. My only concern with pros would be the AIDS aspect, that, despite what you and others on this board seem to think, is very real.

Posted by: volkay at September 26, 2004 6:04 PM

This is a troll, right?

Posted by: Stu "El Ingls" Harris at September 27, 2004 6:48 AM

What does this mean, a troll?
you either agree with me or you don't. if you don't say so. let's hear what your brainwashed pc approved mind can come up with, the world awaits with breathless anticipation...

Posted by: volkay at September 27, 2004 7:56 AM

Yup, got us a big 'un, alrighty.

Posted by: moe at September 27, 2004 10:26 AM

Reading Sebastian Horsley describe making love (or just raw sex) with women is akin to listening to a deaf man describe Beethovens 9th or a blind man describing Starry Night by Van Gogh.


Posted by: eric at September 27, 2004 9:57 PM