"Never in my life would I pay a woman for sex," I hear from the side. After I rotated my head I located the voice in a crowd of already lightly drunk middle-aged males. Penas, Joe PENAS. Ljubljana's "Meeting Point" club, where post-middle-aged generation of men gathers, who are looking for something, and pre-middle-aged generation of women who would like to find something. Apart from that, the club also has spectacular food. I've heard that specific sentence before, yet each time it kind of bothers me. "I've never paid a woman for sex" or "I don't believe that I'm able to hire a prostitute," or even "I'm not a man that would require sexual services" would somehow be more appropriate or tolerated. However, the dedicated, most chauvinistic and even hypocritical statements as the 1st one make me cringe. Not to mention those statements always come from insincere, and frustrated men full of complexes, who I dare say, would prefer to sleep with their mother, if it only ment that no one would know. Why is intellectual prostitution, we are witnessing every single day and everywhere, acceptable for most? Why is IQ of 120 worth more than a good ass? Why is a woman who has impressive legs in combination with inexpensive mini skirt and did who knows what to get to a degree in something as irrelevant as a degree in "work organization", more respected than the woman who sells her "tallents/assets" directly? Prostitution is similar to illegal substances in a way, with the dealers always bringing nothing good to the table ~ or in this case pimps/madams. Legalization would in a way be the best choice. The irony is that, of all things public only public houses are not government subsidized. There would be a decline in social tension, numbers of suicides could be reduced, and also there would be a few less divorces, I'm sure.