I scan the Globe and Mail each morning in the Starbucks. You know, I hardly see a word these days about prostitution. Two years ago everyone seemed to have something to say about prostitution. Then, it seemed the sex trade was pushed to the end of the
bench by insignificant issues like Senator's expenses and Mr. Duffy's trial. Even the Federal election was enough to shut out prostitution.
We are now entering the age of the atrocity. One after another, at home and abroad. In the brain of the vulnerable,
denied education and opportunity, the religiotic fungus multiplies. That brain, the achievement of millions of years of evolution, sometimes sad, sometimes happy, capable of compassion and kindness, creativity and innovation, now degenerates into
acts of unthinkable barbarism.
We should have been happy that prostitution seemed to be a "big problem", deserving of the attention of Supreme courts, Governments and academics.
I think that if these "sex trade" issues were to become prominent
in the media again, the message would be that all was well with the world.
A gentleman，having tried and failed the girlfriend route, having no confidence for the "pick-up", decides to save some cash and just pay for the sexy playtime. He comes to my
place, enjoys the play, one hour, pays for it, and is on his way. Our laws say this was a "crime". Let's go back to discussing this "crime"; Let the sex trade topic be everywhere in the news media.
Then we will know that the grisly executions
and mass murder of innocents, perpetrated by mobs of psychopaths, may have, for whatever reason, come to an end.