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    Default PROSTITUTION: any significant trend between prostitutes, their clients, and type?

    I´m looking for any direct relationship between type and prostitution.

    Do some types feel more at ease taking part of such activities?
    What types would freely choose this to make money?
    What types would have to be forced to be found in this activity?
    What about the clients?
    Any difference between intuitive and sensor?
    What type of prostitute could fall in love of one client?
    What personality types are willing to take part in pornographic endeavors?

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    What type of prostitute could fall in love of one client?
    Hollywood.

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    Is this all for you to discover if she really meant what she said?
    "The only time I'm wrong is when I'm questioning myself."
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    I typically find prostitutes to fit the following criteria:

    - Either E or I
    - Either S or N
    - either T or F
    - either P or J

    At least, that's my typical understanding.

    Most also tend to be either male or female.

    Quote Originally Posted by Haight View Post
    Is this all for you to discover if she really meant what she said?
    I guess she couldn't be asked directly, because it would cost the hourly rate.
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    You never know when she's just looking for a tip.

    Zing!
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    do you think anyone on the site is a prostitute? do you think they'd admit it?
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    do you think anyone on the site is a prostitute? do you think they'd admit it?
    I pretend to agree with my teacher and get good marks. That's already one form of prostitution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haight View Post
    You never know when she's just looking for a tip.
    Zing!
    Wow. I hope that's not the same kind of tip that the mohel deals in.
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    All top-rated comedy aside, this is about economics and desperation as opposed to an issue of personality traits and innate tendencies. Any type could find themselves in a situation where it seemed like there were no other alternatives and prostitution was the only visible choice to acquire money.

    Additionally, drug use and prostitution are related, generally. And, no one has convinced me that some types are particularly adverse to drug use or drug experimentation. It's more a matter of environment than anything else.

    All of this is based on a presumption that no one actually chooses to be a prostitute. I'm pretty sure I'm right about that, but maybe not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haight View Post
    All top-rated comedy aside, this is about economics and desperation as opposed to an issue of personality traits and innate tendencies. Any type could find themselves in a situation where it seemed like there were no other alternatives and prostitution was the only visible choice to acquire money.

    Additionally, drug use and prostitution are related, generally. And, no one has convinced me that some types are particularly adverse to drug use or drug experimentation. It's more a matter of environment than anything else.

    All of this is based on a presumption that no one actually chooses to be a prostitute. I'm pretty sure I'm right about that, but maybe not.
    [end thread] I agree with this. [/end thread]
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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