Young men raging with high testosterone levels make the bravest and most heroic fighters. The same hormones cause these soldiers to have high sex drives.

These war heroes, ready to die for their country, are taken overseas and kept away from women, confined among men, for months on end. Pent-up sexuality due to suchanti prostitution  policy may cause higher rates of harassment, date rape, forcible rape. Young immature soldiers may embark on premature marriages, whose consequences and failures will come to financially and emotionally haunt the men for the rest of their life. Heterosexual men might reluctantly engage in homosexuality just to relieve pressure, similar to prisons situations.

Women are now allowed in the armed forces. Harassment charges prevent soldiers from joking and bonding like they used to for millennia. Add to this the danger of date rape accusations or false rape charges and the low level of evidence needed to be convicted of rape.

All this might sap morale of troops, reduce fighting capacity and discourage army enrollment.


18 USC § 1384 prohibits American military to solicit prostitutes, Adult men, ready to die for their country,  but not allowed to take care of their pent up sexual urges. 1 year in prison for visiting a legal brothel and helping the local economy? High testosterone levels make men courageous fighters, and make them more sexual.

USFK_Prostitution_WarningFor what reasons, and to what deleterious effects does the US government interference in the life of millions, preventing them from perusing legal sex work in other countries.

We don’t outlaw soldiers’ use of IPhones or Nike sneakers, under threat of imprisonment, just because there are some irregularities in their factories.

Instead, we try to solve the problem. We inspect companies, encourage them to engage in fair labor practices. Similarly we could encourage correct practices in prostitution.

  • Blackmailing of US personnel by foreign agents is less a danger when prostitution visits are legal. 1 year prison terms with dishonorable discharge make any soldier that ever visited a prostitute a potential target of blackmail. Even those who do not frequent prostitutes can be blcackmailed with threats of false accusations of prostitution. Any girl friend, any prostitute he did not hire can allege he offered or gave her money.
  • Health problems, VD can be controlled by information and careful sexual practices.
  • Sex trafficking is mostly a lie. Where it exists it can usually be fought by legalizing prostitution and work visas for willing qualified foreign prostitutes.

Unfortunately, the Antifeminist seems right again: the feminist sexual trade Union wants to raise the price of sex, so women can get the maximum benefit and commitment out of men, in exchange of sex and promise of sex.

All other arguments are phony excuses backed by exaggerated and falsified data. Remember Robert Kurzban about finding non-existent victims to justify our pre-conceived beliefs.

Human-Stupidity is against pre-conceived dogma, in favor of truth, knowledge and research. Thus we suggest a few ……..

Politically incorrect academic research projects

How does prohibition of prostitution in general, but especially in military personnel deployed overseas cause problems?

What is the impact on military  men (and civilians) if all their sexual outlets get cut off systematically, under the threat of imprisonment? Does this

  • increase levels of depression
  • incite immature young men and adolescents to get married, with all the subsequent dangers of traumatic divorce, life-long wage slavery, alimony, child support
  • cause rape and serious date rape due to lack of sexual outlets and pent-up sexual frustration
  • (compare Milton Diamond‘s research on how legalized pornography reduces sex crimes)
  • cause heterosexual men in the military to seek homosexual relations, just like prisoners?
  • What are the psychological effects of reluctant homosexual acts on heterosexual men?
  • impact morale of the military and reduce fighting readiness
  • discourage men from enlisting for the military
  • encourage women to become gold diggers, to exploit the marriage, divorce and harassment industry to earn money, because their chances of openly and honestly charging money engaging in prostitution is curtailed?
  • Is there research how sex tourism, prostitution visits impact men’s well being, by measuring levels of life satisfaction, productivity, depression, serotonin.
  • How did soldiers’ vacations to Subic Bay, Angeles City and Bangkok brothels impact morale, well being and fighting reediness?

Anyone has information and links on Northern European countries sponsoring visits to prostitutes for social security recipients as a means for emotional health? There should be some research backing such policies.

In most countries, nobody ever would get funding for my proposed projects. This is another reason we need men’s studies to counteract repressive anti-scientific women’s studies ideologies.

Young men raging with high testosterone levels make the bravest and most heroic fighters. The same hormones cause these soldiers to have high sex drives.

These war heroes, ready to die for their country, are taken overseas and kept away from women, confined among men, for months on end. Pent-up sexuality due to suchanti prostitution  policy may cause higher rates of harassment, date rape, forcible rape. Young immature soldiers may embark on premature marriages, whose consequences and failures will come to financially and emotionally haunt the men for the rest of their life. Heterosexual men might reluctantly engage in homosexuality just to relieve pressure, similar to prisons situations.

Women are now allowed in the armed forces. Harassment charges prevent soldiers from joking and bonding like they used to for millennia. Add to this the danger of date rape accusations or false rape charges and the low level of evidence needed to be convicted of rape.

All this might sap morale of troops, reduce fighting capacity and discourage army enrollment.

18 USC § 1384 prohibits American military to solicit prostitutes, Adult men, ready to die for their country,  but not allowed to take care of their pent up sexual urges. 1 year in prison for visiting a legal brothel and helping the local economy? High testosterone levels make men courageous fighters, and make them more sexual.

USFK_Prostitution_WarningFor what reasons, and to what deleterious effects does the US government interference in the life of millions, preventing them from perusing legal sex work in other countries.

We don’t outlaw soldiers’ use of IPhones or Nike sneakers, under threat of imprisonment, just because there are some irregularities in their factories.

Instead, we try to solve the problem. We inspect companies, encourage them to engage in fair labor practices. Similarly we could encourage correct practices in prostitution.

  • Blackmailing of US personnel by foreign agents is less a danger when prostitution visits are legal. 1 year prison terms with dishonorable discharge make any soldier that ever visited a prostitute a potential target of blackmail. Even those who do not frequent prostitutes can be blcackmailed with threats of false accusations of prostitution. Any girl friend, any prostitute he did not hire can allege he offered or gave her money.
  • Health problems, VD can be controlled by information and careful sexual practices.
  • Sex trafficking is mostly a lie. Where it exists it can usually be fought by legalizing prostitution and work visas for willing qualified foreign prostitutes.

Unfortunately, the Antifeminist seems right again: the feminist sexual trade Union wants to raise the price of sex, so women can get the maximum benefit and commitment out of men, in exchange of sex and promise of sex.

All other arguments are phony excuses backed by exaggerated and falsified data. Remember Robert Kurzban about finding non-existent victims to justify our pre-conceived beliefs.

Human-Stupidity is against pre-conceived dogma, in favor of truth, knowledge and research. Thus we suggest a few ……..

Politically incorrect academic research projects

How does prohibition of prostitution in general, but especially in military personnel deployed overseas cause problems?

What is the impact on military  men (and civilians) if all their sexual outlets get cut off systematically, under the threat of imprisonment? Does this

  • increase levels of depression
  • incite immature young men and adolescents to get married, with all the subsequent dangers of traumatic divorce, life-long wage slavery, alimony, child support
  • cause rape and serious date rape due to lack of sexual outlets and pent-up sexual frustration
  • (compare Milton Diamond‘s research on how legalized pornography reduces sex crimes)
  • cause heterosexual men in the military to seek homosexual relations, just like prisoners?
  • What are the psychological effects of reluctant homosexual acts on heterosexual men?
  • impact morale of the military and reduce fighting readiness
  • discourage men from enlisting for the military
  • encourage women to become gold diggers, to exploit the marriage, divorce and harassment industry to earn money, because their chances of openly and honestly charging money engaging in prostitution is curtailed?
  • Is there research how sex tourism, prostitution visits impact men’s well being, by measuring levels of life satisfaction, productivity, depression, serotonin.
  • How did soldiers’ vacations to Subic Bay, Angeles City and Bangkok brothels impact morale, well being and fighting reediness?

Anyone has information and links on Northern European countries sponsoring visits to prostitutes for social security recipients as a means for emotional health? There should be some research backing such policies.

In most countries, nobody ever would get funding for my proposed projects. This is another reason we need men’s studies to counteract repressive anti-scientific women’s studies ideologies.


Secret Service and US military: Why prostitution can end careers

It’s only quite recently that prostitution has been specifically addressed in military law. It also violates the Secret Service code of conduct. That’s why last week’s scandal in Colombia is damaging careers and ending some while raising questions about human trafficking.

[...] It’s only quite recently that prostitution itself (and the related issue of adultery) have been specifically addressed in military law and regulation – the reason ten US service members may be in trouble now for their connection to the scandal involving US Secret Service agents and supervisors alleged to have been with prostitutes while on assignment to help protect President Obama at the Summit of the Americas in Cartagena, Colombia, last week.

Under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), hiring a prostitute wasn’t specifically banned until 2006 – as part of the Bush administration’s effort to combat human trafficking, which frequently is connected to prostitution (including the involvement of underage girls).

Distortion of scientific research and outright lies, perpetrated by feminist ideologues and religious zealots thus has serious impact. Lies about trafficking, lies about how women can not intentionally choose to be prostitutes justify laws that are world changing. Seriously restrict freedom and happiness of men, and seriously restrict the freedom of women to pursue money and happiness with honest work.

It makes no difference if prostitution is legal – as it is in parts of Colombia, near the largest NATO base in Germany, parts of Nevada, and other areas around the world where thousands of US service personnel are posted – purchasing sex still is outlawed by the US military. 2

 

 

 

18 USC § 1384 – Prostitution near military and naval establishments

whoever engages in prostitution or aids or abets prostitution or procures or solicits for purposes of prostitution, or keeps or sets up a house of ill fame, brothel, or bawdy house, or receives any person for purposes of lewdness, assignation, or prostitution into any vehicle, conveyance, place, structure, or building, or permits any person to remain for the purpose of lewdness, assignation, or prostitution in any vehicle, conveyance, place, structure, or building or leases or rents or contracts to lease or rent any vehicle, conveyance, place, structure or building, or part thereof, knowing or with good reason to know that it is intended to be used for any of the purposes herein prohibited shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than one year, or both.

The Secretaries of the Army, Navy, and Air Force and the Federal Security Administrator shall take such steps as they deem necessary to suppress and prevent such violations thereof, and shall accept the cooperation of the authorities of States and their counties, districts, and other political subdivisions in carrying out the purpose of this section.

 

 

Troops say proposed UCMJ change unfair in prostitution-legal Germany

RHEIN-MAIN AIR BASE, Germany — Troops stationed in Germany are seeing red over the Pentagon’s proposal to add an anti-prostitution charge to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, and it’s not just the glow from the local red light district.

Military personnel and their families on Rhein Main Air Base, only minutes from one of the largest red light districts in the world, are angered by the Department of Defense announcement to change the UCMJ. Those interviewed largely agree that Germany is not the place to enforce such a law.

Unlike other overseas military installations across the world where sex trade and human trafficking runs rampant, in Germany, prostitution is legal. There are licensed brothels, called Eros Center, where working girls can rent their own rooms for the day. There are no madames.

Germany women choose prostitution as a profession and are taxed as regular workers, according to Frankfurt Web sites.

“Where are we talking about?” asked Pfc. Marty Conyers of the 464th Replacement Detachment on Rhein-Main when asked if troops should be punished by one-year confinement and a dishonorable discharge if convicted for paying for sex. Conyers said the anti-prostitution law would be unfair to troops in Germany, because it is legal here.

Army Sgt. Adam Z. Pastor, who just arrived at the replacement detachment on Rhein-Main and is waiting to go to his next unit, agreed, saying the addition to the UCMJ would be “harsh.”

“It would be different if it were some third-world country that had no jobs and no opportunity, and women were forced into it,” Pastor said. “It’s a little bit pushy to enforce that law here.”

He added that if DOD officials were making the addition for safety reasons, they should think again. “Right off the bat, if it’s an issue of safety, there are condoms and stuff like that that soldiers can use.”

Spc. Tasha Smith added that the working women in Germany are regularly tested, so there should be nothing stopping troops from using Eros Centers if they choose to.

“It’s a legal job, and if a girl wants to make money that way, she should be able to get her customers,” Smith said.

 

 

 

‘Juicy bars’ said to be havens for prostitution aimed at U.S. military

Prostitution and indentured servitude are everyday realities at many of these popular hangouts for American soldiers, according to past and present bar girls, many of whom were enticed from the Philippines to work in the South Korean bars with false promises that they could earn legitimate incomes as singers and entertainers.

 

“If you don’t sell a lot of drinks, [the bar owners] are going to push you to go out with a customer to make money,” said Jenny, a former bar girl who asked not to be fully identified. “I was shocked the first night I worked there.”

And it’s all happening right under the noses of U.S. military officials and the South Korean and Philippine governments, women’s advocacy groups assert.

“Three governments are to be blamed for their irresponsibility,” said Yu Young-nim, director of My Sister’s Place, a social service agency that helps Philippine bar girls forced into prostitution in South Korea. “The Philippine government for not working hard to create job opportunities for its poor people, the Korean government for not managing and controlling jobs [given to immigrants] and the U.S. government for neglecting its responsibility to supervise its soldiers and for not helping these victims.”

Officially, none of what often transpires inside the juicy bars is supposed to be happening.

The U.S. Department of Defense has a strict policy against prostitution and human trafficking that requires military officials to “deter activities of DoD Service members, civilian employees, indirect hires” and others “that would facilitate or support [sex trafficking] domestically and overseas.”

And in practice, U.S. military officials have long placed South Korean “glass houses,” where prostitutes sit in storefronts like meat hanging in a butcher shop window, off-limits.

But no such blanket prohibition exists for juicy bars, despite their history of trouble. About 50 entertainment establishments — U.S. officials don’t identify juicy bars or use the term — have been declared no-go zones for U.S. Forces Korea personnel due to prostitution and human trafficking violations. Another 19 outside Osan Air Base were almost added to that list earlier this year for similar reasons before they collectively agreed to clean up their acts.

5 Comments

  1. jewamongyou says:

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    It’s worth bearing in mind that those who make the anti-prostitution laws have no need for prostitutes themselves (though they’ll sometimes, hypocritically, use upscale escorts). Such laws are intended to make sure the alpha/omega status quo is maintained in regard to access to sex.

  2. kendoka says:

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    The man that doesn’t fuck doesn’t fight.

  3. Jack says:

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    This is absurd but it’s good news for men’s rights in the long term. Turn by turn the screw is being tightened. There will have to be a turning of the worm.

    Next in line is legislation to prevent unmarried US men from traveling abroad, except in especially designated countries. Before long the US male will have less freedoms left than the average Russian in the days of the USSR.

  4. Disgusted says:

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    This is so disturbing. But as a female, I don’t mind prostitution but the types of prostitution going on with some soldiers isn’t a consensual act. There are children who have been trafficked overseas 12 and under and are being bought. let the soldiers have prostitutes, but keep them far far away from the children. Idc what they do for the country, I don’t want some postraumatic stress guy with child rape fantasies roaming around as a civilian when they get back.

  5. Waldo says:

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    druther not have anyone with PTSD roaming around without treatment – they deserve better and should get it. War is nasty; the sights/sounds/smells encountered can have devastating impacts.
    I’m with you on the age limit to “comfort girls” – I don’t see a need for underage girls “in service”. The rest could/should even be given status in the services (medical? chaplain?).

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