personal advisor, and former U.S. Senate Candidate, John H. Meier
and written by newspaper reporter Gerald Bellett. The book argues that Meier was one of the people who played a role in affecting President Richard Nixon
's resignation in the wake of the Watergate scandal. It also details how Meier was apparently pursued for 20 years by the CIA, the Hughes organization, as well as Nixon sympathizers.
Do you understand, gentlemen, that all the horror is in just this—that there is no horror!
I can enjoy her while she's kind;But when she dances in the wind,And shakes the wings and will not stay,I puff the prostitute away: The little or the much she gave is quietly resign'd: Content with poverty, my soul I arm; And virtue, though in rags, will keep me warm.
[in Kenya]...any woman who is single and has multiple male sex partners is considered to be a prostitute, whether or not money changes hands.
[in India] Any sexual intercourse outside socially acceptable unions is likely to be regarded as prostitution.
[In Iran] Under mut'a, it is possible to be 'married' for as little as half an hour.
Egyptian law states that a man who is caught with a prostitute is not imprisoned; instead, his testimony is used to convict and imprison the prostitute.
Prostitutes are the inevitable product of a society that places ultimate importance on money, possessions, and competition.
Prostitution is organized rape.