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So, despite your facile “Sigh,” whether abusees are helped or not by criminalization might depend (among other things) on the details of how such laws affect the signal-to-noise ratio of how vulnerable populations appear to the outside world.
Or – it might drive most of it underground but not too deeply, so that whatever occasionally surfaces will stand in sharper contrast to a street scene with fewer prostitutes and abusees.
Abusers think that everything they say is right and abusees over time will start to believe the things.
I think that the double-think is equally spread amoungst all abusers and abusees I hate the word victim alike.
His theory was that the abusees became abusers and sexual abuse was rife on Chav estates in London.
Thus, I'm going to presume I don't actually have to rant about how screwed up abusers and abusees are, because you doubtlessly already know (and nobody is more adept at self-abuse in all its forms as Luke Ford), and that this, to borrow from Elvis, is the wonder, the wonder of you.