Comment from: Lowie [Visitor]
Yeah, but would Patty want her daughter to be a prostitute?
Comment from: Aryeh Shomron [Visitor]
How stupid is the previous comment!
How often one comes across this stupidity!
Yeah, Lowie [Visitor], would you like *your* daughter, if she were a single mother, to work 8-hour shifts as a cashier in an Israeli supermarket, required to stand on her feet the whole eight hours and not being allowed to go to the bathroom? in addition, the little money that she would earn for all this effort would be way less than she would need to provide for her and her child’s basic needs? Is this what you would *really* like for your daughter?
But what do *I* know - I live in remote Tel Aviv.
Is it the case America, ("the goldene medine” - “גולדענע מדינה") that everybody has a job that
(a) pays a salary that comfortably provides for all of one’s and one’s dependents’ needs
(b) there is a wonderful atmosphere in the work place and the colleagues are all very nice people. as a matter of fact, some of the colleagues are tremendous superb people
© the job is ALWAYS interesting - one NEVER feels bored
(d) it’s a fun job!
Comment from: Linnea [Visitor]
Couldn’t agree more with you, Aryeh. And in addition to the points you are raising, why is prostitution made to seem like the most dirty, low work? I have two friends that for a period in their lives chose to go into escorting, and were happy about their choices and even if it was just for a short period, they have no traumas or regrets and by no means do they feel like their female selves have been lowered on any level.