- n. Plural form of prostitute.
“Federal tax court tells lawyer money he paid to prostitutes is not deductible as a medical expense .”
“Federal tax court tells lawyer money he paid to prostitutes is not deductible as a medical expense.”
“And likes under aged male prostitutes from the Dominican Republic ….?”
“She has been active in prostitutes rights, harm reduction and outreach.”
“While I agree race and class are a huge part of the issue, I respectfully point out that the stigmatization of prostitutes is the larger issue here.”
“The Cal State types have even taken to calling porners “adult entertainers,” much as they call prostitutes “sex workers.””
“It was actually a term for prostitutes who dressed in black leather and carried whips.”
“Espec ially now, when the market of prostitutes is well organized, and nobody permit any girl to go on adult-earnings.”
“But at the same time, the Model would be redundant in most places because the soliciting of prostitutes is already illegal.”
“First, someone might think murdering prostitutes is a good thing, but have no desire to murder prostitutes, and no desire that others murder prostitutes, perhaps because the person believes or hopes that there are no prostitutes.”
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