While some people complained that the legalization of prostitution would only lead to further objectifying sex workers, the owners of the Holes Club saw opportunity. They didn’t disagree that sex would was objectifying, but they didn’t see that as a bad thing. Instead, they saw it as a major selling value, believing that they could cash in by objectifying their girls more thoroughly than anyone would have dreamed possible.
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About the Author
I write stuff. Sometimes I publish it. Usually I don't. You can find a lot of the stuff that I have published on my blog. I have currently published 28 books on Smashwords, containing 713,988 words and 3,882,239 characters. These numbers hold no significance to me otherwise.