No, I don't think this is a funny topic. Maybe you do but then your name says it all.
Caucasus island was a place mentioned on the Montel Show where abducted young women are kept. Is that funny to you too? Sicko
posted on 12/19/2005 7:52:27 PM PST
On every thread you are, insinuating that nonsense. Sex slavery and the human trade in general are serious subjects but you see a conspiracy to traffic in humans EVERYWHERE and thus you attack ad hominem anyone who defends property or privacy rights as somehow being in favor of or aiding sex slavery.
You are bizarre.
posted on 12/19/2005 8:01:25 PM PST
So you think that young women on vacation in Mexico are being kidnapped and thrown into sex slavery (what used to be called, "white slavery,) and held in large buildings with broken glass on the roof....? And you think that the same thing is happening in the swingers' club in New Haven?
In case you don't know what "swingers" are, here's an informative article, Swingers: Couples sway away from monogamy and discover sometimes more really is sexier. Published: Thursday, January 27, 2005
From the article:
According to a study of more than 1,000 swingers in a 2000 edition of the Electronic Journal of Human Sexuality by researchers at Bellarmine University, figures vary from 2 to 15 percent of couples in America have incorporated a form of swinging into their relationships at least once. Lazzeratta says the low end of that range is more likely. When it comes down to the people who actually do swing, the people are about as mainstream as they come. The study even goes as far to say that swinging couples are more likely to be politically conservative than anything else.
Republican swingers? These aren’t your typical “sexual deviants.” They are firemen, attorneys, teachers and doctors. Lazzeratta says he even knows of a few sportscasters for Los Angeles professional teams have been known to show up at a party or two with their wives. The study also suggests that most swingers are actually more likely to be less racist, less sexist and less homophobic than the general population.
posted on 12/19/2005 8:29:07 PM PST
(Do I really need a sarcasm tag?)
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