Intimate Association Equals Legalized Prostitution [NOOK Book]

Overview

Step into the world of the prostutute, oh wait you already have... that is if you've ever been on a date and the date ended with sex.

Though the law dictates that prostitution is illegal in almost all 50 states, the act of intimate association, which in truth could be construed to be a form o prostitution in its simplest definition is legal according the the Supreme Court. Thus, if done correctly any act of Prostitution, at least ...
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Overview

Step into the world of the prostutute, oh wait you already have... that is if you've ever been on a date and the date ended with sex.

Though the law dictates that prostitution is illegal in almost all 50 states, the act of intimate association, which in truth could be construed to be a form o prostitution in its simplest definition is legal according the the Supreme Court. Thus, if done correctly any act of Prostitution, at least hypothetically, could be see and defended as an act of legalized Intimate Association.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011923470
  • Publisher: Exploited Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/18/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 788,439
  • File size: 55 KB

Meet the Author

Lord Koga is the pen name for a local West Michigan Author, whom, for the last 5 years has been writing in the specific genres of Erotic Fiction, Women’s Fiction, Lesbian Fiction, Romantic Fiction, Horror/sci-fi/fantasy erotica, as well as capture, S & M, BDSM fiction.
The pen name “Lord Koga,” has been shortened over the years from its original name Lord Kogarasumaru. The origins of the name Kogarasumaru “Little Crow” is derive from a unique Japanese tachi sword rumored to have been created by legendary Japanese smith Amakuni during 8th century CE. The “little Crow” is considered unique as it is a bridge between the old double edge blades of Japan and the more modern version, which eventually became known as Katana.
Thus, the author that writes under this shortened pen name, desired to use it as a way to describe his writing style as a bit of old school mixed with new techniques. In some ways, considering the Genre in which he writes, it makes some since in the oddity of things, but as this is Veenstra Publishing, we love the oddity of authors, too out there for mainstream publishing to comprehend.
Currently Lord Koga has over 123 titles in e-book format and 7 titles in both print and eBook format.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 26, 2012

    interesting look as to where the fine line of prostitution and D

    interesting look as to where the fine line of prostitution and Dating begins and ends... If i were to buy my date dinner and a movie and we had sex later on thats considered intimate association, but if i were to loan her money before the sexual act, thats prostitution. I think a lot could come from this little argument.

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    Posted April 26, 2011

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