The Prostitution Delusion Book One: Debunking 43 Myths That Falsely Condemn Prostitution* and Transforming It into Worship of the Goddess

The Prostitution Delusion Book One: Debunking 43 Myths That Falsely Condemn Prostitution* and Transforming It into Worship of the Goddess

by Mark Laurence Donald Emerson

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ISBN-13: 9780990457923
Publisher: The Legacy of the Angels Corp. Sole for Integrity
Publication date: 09/15/2014
Pages: 264
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

About the Author

Mark Emerson (MarkEmerson.org) is the author of Love Is Not a Crime! He holds a B.A. in Math from UCLA. Raised an atheist, while at UCLA he started experiencing God in the mathematics. With others, he has created nine videos presenting a mathematical proof that God exists (TheGProof.org). As a computer scientist, he is a co-inventor with two of his sons of the forthcoming AngelBase technology, which recently received substantial funding (AngelBase.com). He has also been a legal consultant to attorneys (LegalMission.org).

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The Prostitution Delusion Book One: Debunking 43 Myths That Falsely Condemn Prostitution* and Transforming It into Worship of the Goddess 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
BreeVee More than 1 year ago
Amazing book! Very well written. Filled with insight of the world of prostitution. The author very thoroughly debunks all the ridiculous reasons people find prostitution to be "wrong". The stories of his experiences are very heartfelt, unique and sexy. Great read!
Mark_S1 More than 1 year ago
The author is not afraid to push the limits in this book, he believes in the service of women and is not afraid to admit it. The most interesting part of this book is that he himself is a religious figure but still holds the belief not only that prostitution should be legal, but that these women truly help men’s health and spirit as well.  He doesn’t condone prostitution just to get his rocks off, but because he believes he has more sexual and spiritual freedom with these women and that judgment is less of a concern. As a male reader, I found this book to be an interesting dive into his real-life experiences and also puts into perspective our typical reasons for why we think prostitution is wrong. He approaches our typical rationale for thinking it is wrong and logically/scientifically rules out that reasoning. A very interesting read.