Morality is Not a Facet of Law

As a single guy who has no interest in the dating scene I’ve found that London girls escorts are far more preferable over a date with some girl I’ve met off Tinder. When you look at it closely, Tinder is all about the physical attraction to someone else. Why not cut through all the nonsense that dating buries us with and get straight to the point? I loathe having to pretend to social etiquette of what we expect out of each other on a date. If I need to have my physical demands fulfilled then I will always choose an escort. For the time being, anyhow.

I don’t believe there to be anything morally wrong with choosing an escort. It’s an agreement between two consenting adults – where is the lack of mortality in that decision? Why do we place the intimacy of sex on some sort of sacred altar? So sacred that in some countries it’s completely outlawed for escorts to operate. It’s inconceivable to think that in a modern society that escorts are not able to take care of their own health while ensuring that the business is conducted in a practiced and safe manner between both parties.

When morality is enforced by law I think the people and state suffer. Morality should be guarded as an individual process. Let each and every person decide for themselves what is right and what is wrong. As long as their actions do not interfere with the lives of other people and they do not force another person to believe as they do, then we can get along in most instances. If we do not believe as someone else does we don’t have to congregate with those people. We can live our own lives as we want without worry of being judged by others or arrested for those actions.


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