15 Shocking things you didn’t know about prostitution – You’ll be surprised to see this! (With Pictures)
Things you didn’t know about prostitution – Ah, the world’s oldest profession. Throughout history men have had certain needs, and there have been certain women who have been willing to sell themselves to meet those needs. It is almost a perfect marriage (no pun intended). That is, if you have really loose morals and do not mind getting arrested from time to time. Or being called a “John” a lot.
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A lot of people have a view of this practice, and the entire business that goes along with it; it’s a little bit false. That makes sense, of course, there has to be something scary and unknown about the whole thing. Normalizing things like this has a whole set of consequences for society that a lot of people are not ready to deal with at all. Ever hear the whole story about Pandora’s Box? Well, that is pretty much what you are dealing with here.
But the thing is, while some of the things you are going to find out here are kind of mind blowing, there are all sorts of aspects to the world’s oldest profession that are really pretty normal as well. Because at the end of the day, the world’s oldest profession is just that. It is a job. A huge business, for sure- one of the biggest ones in the world, in fact.
Also, it’s one that you are not a part of and know nothing about, right? We get it. Don’t worry, there’s nothing to be concerned about here; our lips are sealed. Anyway, here is our list of 15 things you didn’t know about the world’s oldest profession. So now you know.
15. Most Johns Have A High School Education
That same study showed that most pimps have a high school education and that almost 30% of them have some college. A lot of people in this industry come from a place of poverty and even having a high school or higher education does not necessarily give them the opportunity, or the ability to make good money. There is a huge amount of money to be made in this industry, and a lot of people get into it for that very reason. Money talks in our society. If given a choice between collecting welfare, or working in a demeaning job for $9 an hour, or being their own boss and making thousands, or maybe even hundreds of thousands of dollars, what would you choose? I am not sure I even know what I would choose myself, but I do know that it would not be an easy choice.