This post is written to say the comments I will no longer publish. It is my blog, so I will only publish what is constructive and not harmful to survivors of the sex trade.
1. I will not publish stuff that is “educating” me that indoors prostitution is not violent. This is just insulting, and not true for the vast majority of prostituted women and girls who are indoors.
2. I will not publish brothel owners informing me how safe their place is, and how well they treat their girls. Saying how I would enjoy working for them.
3. I will not publish women saying how wonderful being an escort/prostitute is for them. I am not here to give you free advertisement.
4. I will not publish men writing how not all johns are bad, remember the good guys. I believe no man need to buy sex, so a man that makes that choice cannot fit the good guy image.
5. I will not publish endless comments on how I was just unlucky, maybe I was and am mentally ill. I will not publish comments that focus on my individual flaws, rather than seeing I am using myself as an example of what is common practice in indoors prostitution.
6. I will not publish comment comparing indoors prostitution to factory farming. I have had a lifetime of being made sub-human, so see the women and girls trapped in indoors prostitution as full humans, do not say they are like chickens.
7. I will not publish comments that I hate all men or that I don’t hate men enough. To me, that is not the point – which I will and do condemn all men that make the choice to buy and sell the prostituted. This is not all men, and I fully back men who stand up against the sex trade.
8. I will not publish comments that used my words to form hard- or soft-core porn. That is just pathetic.
9. I will not publish comments that make into a fanatic who is going to throw all prostitutes out of work without caring about their mental, economic and physical welfare.
10. I will not publish comments that use my grief for my Dad’s death as an excuse to attack. That is too low to even acknowledge.
11. I will not publish comments that divide the prostituted between those worthy of sympathy and the rest must be happy. In this view, the under-aged prostitute is a victim, but on her 18th birthday she has suddenly has chosen her lifestyle. In this view, external trafficking is terrible, but internal trafficking is made invisible.
12. I will not publish comments going on about where I worked, whether it was legal or illegal, how long ago was it. These are just red herrings – hoping to trap me and prove that I was an one-off, and the rest of indoors prostitution is hunky-dory.
13. I will not publish comments going on and on and on about how I am censoring the pro-sex trade view. How sad, when you have the print media, the art culture both high and popular, the radio, TV, films, novels, politicians, and most man-made institutions to back your view. Oh, you could write your own blog.
This is a short list of some of the comment I so so bored of reading. I sure you carry on writing, but don’t expect to be published.