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Keiichi Morisato

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Sugoi    47
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6 minutes ago, winedrinkingcritic said:

Your explanation that they skirt their way around the law by doing "Everything But" amusingly reminds me of Rob Schneider in Deuce Bigalow.

OMG, I found those two movies extremely hilarious!! :grin:

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winedrinkingcritic    20
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I know, right? The first Deuce Bigalow movie holds up oh so well.

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Sugoi    47
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14 minutes ago, Keiichi Morisato said:

Many Japanese prostitutes simply work in Korea and in other Asian countries as well. But, I think most law enforcement, no matter the country, don't go out actively looking to bust hookers unless it's right there in plain view of where they can observe it.

In China prostitution is prohibited by law as well. But it's everywhere! For example when you stay in not so high class hotels over there you get a number of business cards depicting beautiful ladies in skimpy clothing slipped under the door every night. It's ridiculous.

 

 

 

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winedrinkingcritic    20
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In Austin, TX, there's a stretch of motels alongside I-35 that are repeatedly the victims of Police Prostitution Stings. It seems like it happens a couple of times a week which begs the question, "Why do they keep using those same motels?". My wife used to live in the apartments alongside there when she was in high school and every day when she walked home from school, hispanic guys in pickup trucks would mistakenly try to pick her up thinking she was a streetwalker.

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Keiichi Morisato    418
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Unfortunately, I don't know, I've just always had a problem with laws focused around "morals and ethics". When it comes to governments, morals and ethics aren't usually terms they like to apply to themselves but rather toward people they're designed to target. I respect the Japanese culture, but sometimes, just because a law has been passed and people are governed by it, doesn't necessarily make it a fair, right or just law. But, then again, I'm going by my experience living as a legal citizen of the United States and the protections we are given under the Constitution of the United States and the Bill of Rights.

Most citizens of other countries aren't aware just how much the average American citizen is protected under the law. We actually have more rights under the U.S. Constitution and the underlying Bill of Rights than we do under laws that are enforced under federal, state and local laws. Such things as the right of free speech (which is actually referred to as the right to assemble the government for grievances), freedom of religion, the right to assemble, due process and a whole slew of various rights. While some keep trying to repeal the Constitution, it never works.

Many of the rights that protect us aren't found in other countries and most Americans aren't aware of their rights until they perceive that they have been violated. But, Japan seems to be more pro-active when ti comes to its laws regarding its "morals" laws regarding prostitution. Here, in the United States, police officers don't go around looking to arrest prostitutes. But, what they will do, is if there's a complaint, they will go in periodically and arrest prostitutes who hang out in residential neighborhoods. I remember that older men used to try and stop elementary students on their way to school in the morning after the local police cleared the prostitutes out of the area. It ended up with regular police patrols in the neighborhood until these guys stopped coming around.

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