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Project Whore: Interview #16

1. What are your thoughts on prostitution?I think it is needed for many different reasons in a clean, safe and controlled environment for the sex workers and user’s.

2. Have you slept with a sex worker before?

Yes – twice.

3. Why or why not? 

Two different reasons – first time after a going through a break up with a lot of sadness, I hadn’t been with a woman for a while; you know how it is when you have had a partner for many reasons, mind and soul. Second time, I was out one night got a bit drunk and was heading home, I felt the desire to have sex (which was good at the time), because it was purely for sex. The second time it was much different, the ‘want and need’ then was just to touch and hold a woman.
4. What does the word ‘whore’ mean to you?

I don’t like that word, so it doesn’t mean much to me.
5. Do you belief in monogamy?

Yes
6. Have you been solicited to, by a sex worker in the street? Male or female?

No.
7. Do you think sex work is a choice?

In most circumstances.
8. Are you heterosexual, bisexual or gay? 

I am heterosexual.
9. Are you tempted to pay for sex, if you want to experiment?

No.
10. Lastly, do you judge others who visit sex workers regularly?

No.

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Project Whore: Interview #15

1. What are your thoughts on prostitution?  Open minded. Totally opposed to the practice of forcing people into prostitution. But if it is the persons choice and free will then I have no issue with someone deciding to work in the sex industry. Their reasons are their own and it’s not for me to judge them. 

 

 

2. Have you slept with a sex worker before?  

No – I have never had sex with a sex worker before. ( I was in a relationship with an ex sex worker for a few months) but I have paid to be with a sex worker and been masturbated by a sex worker but not sexual intercourse. 

 

 

3. Why or why not?  

Mixed feelings – happy to have paid for services in the past when I wanted to, but didn’t want to cross an emotional/moral line I had put in place on the grounds of self preservation. Although I feel open-minded and remain so, there is something in me that feels I would be letting my own set of standards down if I paid for sex, but like I said happy to pay to be masturbated. a fine line I know…….. 

 

 

4. What does the word ‘whore’ mean to you? 

Many things but a perjorative term. Someone who ‘WHORES’ themselves out for fame…money…love….sex.  

 

5. Do you belief in monogamy? 

I’m trying to……. 

 

 

6. Have you been solicited to, by a sex worker in the street? Male or female? 

Yes ….female and transgender. 

 

 

7. Do you think sex work is a choice? 

I think it should be ….it isn’t always. There are numerous documented cases across the world of people being forced into sex work. In New Zealand I would imagine the vast majority do it through personal choice. I believe people should be allowed to have the choice to be a sex worker. 

 

 

8. Are you heterosexual, bisexual or gay?  

Heterosexual. 

 

 

9. Are you tempted to pay for sex, if you want to experiment? 

Yes. 

 

 

10. Lastly, do you judge others who visit sex workers regularly? 

I try not to but somewhere inside me I would find myself questioning why they couldn’t find happiness without the need to regularly visit a sex worker. I 100% support their right to choose to do so though.

Project Whore: interview #7

 

1.What are your thoughts on prostitution?

 I don’t think prostitution is a choice for many. Some want to get rich (quick) and the others are forced into it. I am not here to judge people on how they live their life.

2. Have you slept with a sex worker before?
 No.

3. Why or why not?
I have never needed to pay for sex.

4. What does the word ‘whore’ mean to you?

 I don’t call a prostitute a whore. I think it too offensive to call someone a whore – when all they are doing is their job.

5. Do you belief in monogamy?
 Yes and no.

6. Have you been solicited to, by a sex worker in the street? Male or female?
Yes.

7. Do you think sex work is a choice?

Yes and no.  To some people sex work is all about money and freedom. In the third world countries, woman only do it to feed their family.

8. Are you heterosexual, bisexual or gay?
Heterosexual.

9. Are you tempted to pay for sex, if you want to experiment?
 Yes.

10. Lastly, do you judge others who visit sex workers regularly?

No, why would you?

Project Whore: interview #4

1. What are your thoughts on prostitution?
Until all of us: individually, as a society, as a humanity … don’t resolve our conflicting relationship with intimacy and the way we approach our sexuality and our sexual interactions – prostitution will play significant social role. It also is a source of primary income for number of people and an “industry” and profit-making enterprise for some, as prostitution penetrates all segments of contemporary society.

2. Have you slept with a sex worker before?
No.

3. Why or why not?
I guess, I was always able to find a sexual partner in a different way.

4. What does the word ‘whore’ mean to you?
Anybody who is willing to provide sexual pleasures in exchange for a payment of a sort.

5. Do you belief in monogamy?
Absolutely not.

6. Have you been solicited to, by a sex worker in the street? Male or female?
Yes.

7. Do you think sex work is a choice?
Yes.

8. Are you heterosexual, bisexual or gay?
No.

9. Are you tempted to pay for sex, if you want to experiment?
Yes.

10. Lastly, do you judge others who visit sex workers regularly?
No

Project Whore: interview #3

1. What are your thoughts on prostitution?
I believe it’s one of the oldest professions around like painters.

2. Have you slept with a sex worker before?
Yes – but it was not a service nor was it paid for

3. Why or why not?
She was my girlfriend, she was a sex worker when we met at a club and then she stopped.

4. What does the word ‘whore’ mean to you?
In today’s society it usually refers to a woman that has sex with multiple partners, not necessarily in exchange for money and not necessarily at the same time. The term ‘Man-whore’ seems to be used more now than ever.

5. Do you belief in monogamy?
I do believe

6. Have you been solicited to, by a sex worker in the street? Male or female?
Just compliments

7. Do you think sex work is a choice?
(In NZ) Yes

8. Are you heterosexual, bisexual or gay?
Heterosexual

9. Are you tempted to pay for sex, if you want to experiment?
Don’t have any desire to

10. Lastly, do you judge others who visit sex workers regularly?
No.

Project Whore: interview #1

1. What are your thoughts on prostitution?

This is service. Husbands, Boyfriends and single men, including women have a common trait – they are greedy. Therefore an additional leg-over during the week is seen as a transaction due to human flaw.

2. Have you slept with a sex worker before?

Yes.

3. Why or why not?

It was available and I was curious.

4. What does the word ‘whore’ mean to you?

This word sounds negative so it would be used to insult. But, it’s a job title for a profession too. For me it is a demeaning word.

5. Do you belief in monogamy?

No

6. Have you been solicited to, by a sex worker in the street? Male or female?

Yes

7. Do you think sex work is a choice?

No, it is all to do with money and greed. They get used to the good money and lifestyle. Trapped by money.

8. Are you heterosexual, bisexual or gay?

Hetrosexual

9. Are you tempted to pay for sex, if you want to experiment?

I was tempted when I was a young man. Now I am happy to have a good dinner and gaze at my partner over the table, as long as the chemistry between us is right.

10. Lastly, do you judge others who visit sex workers regularly?

Not really, how can we judge them when they have a weakness they cannot control or have creature comfort requirements. We are animals after all trapped in a cement city or worse.

LOVE Questionnaire #3

1. What is LOVE (in your opinion)?
it is irrational and wonderful

2. Do you believe in love?
absolutely

3. What are your dreams re above?
none

4. Who was your (childhood) sweetheart?
can’t remember her name

5. When did you first feel butterflies in your tummy?
sorry, can’t remember

6. Were you ever besotted with anyone? Why and for how long?
a girl named Morag when I was 11 . prob. a few weeks

7. What has changed for you now (present day) with the word ‘love’?
I’m trying to be a little more pragmatic as ‘love’ doesn’t always steer me in the right direction

8. Have your ever written love poetry? Or love notes?
sure , the odd love poetry

9. Do you believe in love at first sight?
um, yep but I wouldn’t expect it to be any easier than any other love

10. What is the most (important) lesson you have learnt through your life, when it comes to love? Please be specific:)
love for me is easy so I’m thinking that I need to make more decisions which affect the day to day practical realities