Ms. Demi Urge 
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Re: “Long Story Short

Sorry Ralph, I was temporarily in a bit of a media void and missed the contest. It may do your heart good to know some of us are unafraid to reveal the dirt. (Check out my reply to the current lead-story. Indeed, my online username is the same as my pen-name. Almost everyone of my acquaintance will have no difficulty determining the authoress.

Posted by Ms. Demi Urge on 01/01/2009 at 2:44 PM

Re: “Unhappy ending

I apologize for any misspellings, grammar issues, and run on sentences. I rarely drink these days and last night was New Years. In the future I will refrain from posting when massively hung-over.

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Posted by Ms. Demi Urge on 01/01/2009 at 11:53 AM

Re: “Unhappy ending

The glut of brothels posing as massage parlors is largely the fault of the city of Colorado Springs and our city council of the late 90's. The city council of the time, (some of whom were clients and one of whom was once financially supported by prostitutes) decided that the escort agencies were harming the perception of the city. They passed a law making it almost impossible to operate an escort agency thereby making it financially palatable for the nasty types to acquire unwilling girls from poor countries and force them into sexual slavery. Certainly, there were illegitimate massage parlors before the city council passed this law, but only a handful. Even those largely came about after the Gazette stopped printing ads for escort agencies. (but still allowed ads for EXOTIC BODY SHAMPOO. FULL RELEASE! NEW GIRlS, NEW GIRLS, NEW GIRLS!) What is the surest way those who are legit physical therapists have only one sure way of removing the stigma from their business? Support the full legalization of prostitution. You will be doing yourself the favor of eliminating financial incentive to operate these "other" parlors. In addition, you will be GREATLY reducing the enslavement of unwilling girls, mostly minors, from the poorer nations. Now I know this opinion is controversial, but only to those who have no real knowledge of the situation. Those on the right are only parroting their clergy who think it is sinful or doing penance for the fact that they enjoy visiting paid companions. Those on the left are merely babbling vaguely about the demeaning aspects of prostitution (most of which are actually CAUSED by laws against it) and parroting skewed statistics they over-heard at the coffee shop. The simple fact is that in almost all of the nations that have legalized prostitution, there was an immediate reduction in disease rates, murders and robberies associated with the profession, divorce, sexual assault, and those dependent on the State for support. To those on the Right; yes, I know that prostitution is extra "Nasty-bad sinful", and I really know it scares you that your paid companions might have a say in their own destiny, but get over it. Aren't you supposed to be free-market capitalists? Act like it then. Why don't you let the professionals do their job in peace and possibly reduce the fees you pay on the visit. To those on the left; Thank you so much for pretending your masturbatory rhetoric on the issue is just concern over women being demeaned. Do you know what I, as a woman, find demeaning? People passing laws based on the idea that I can't make a decision for myself and must "be protected". Incidentally, most historians and anthropologists who believe that the earlier civilizations were Matriarchies or Gynocracies, will also point out evidence supports that the greatest and most powerful civic and religious leaders were probably prostitutes. (Demeaning, my left tit!!!!) As one might ascertain from my little essay. I myself am a former prostitute. When I was "in the biz" I was able to work 10 hours a week, freeing up time for family, education, spirituality and artistic pursuits. My only disappointment was the fact I constantly had to dodge the law. When the laws got stricter, I got out. Since quitting the profession, I have worked 50-60 hours a week for less than starvation wages. I lost contact with those dear to me, suffer from malnutrition, have had to accept charity, and allowed my artistic and intellectual abilities atrophy. Now tell me again how you're "protecting" me from being demeaned.

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Posted by Ms. Demi Urge on 01/01/2009 at 11:13 AM

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