How to deal with problems by burying your head in the sand
Sharp, insightful and making a strong case for a legal approach to prostitution, as opposed to one that is based on moralistic judgement. Coming from a lady who walks the talk by actively working with trafficked and abused women and children. Kudos, Monolita!
I woke up this morning to what i initially thought was a very interesting piece in the Hindu Op Ed section:
The dark side of pleasure: http://m.thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/the-dark-side-of-pleasure/article7519141.ece
But as I read through it, I sadly realises it is another typical missing the wood for the forest kind of knee jerk reaction article, which chooses to ignore the real problems in bleeding heart arm chair activism. I feel especially sad when I see it coming from well meaning and obviously highly emancipated women. Sitting a couple of pages after the news of how an enquiry is being conducted in the raids conducted in Mumbai hotels where couples were booked under the public indecency act, in itself an idiotic Victorian rule, such an article coming from an emminent scholar need to be looked at through many perspectives.
Firstly lets look at the concept of pornography. Pornography is nothing but an extension of…
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