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Summary of Walter Block's Defending the Undefendable
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Summary of Walter Block's Defending the Undefendable
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#1 The life of a prostitute is as good or as bad as she wishes it to be. She has the choice to continue it or not, and if she changes her mind about the benefits, she can quit at any time. The momentum toward prohibition of prostitution does not come from the prostitutes themselves, but from the customers.

#2 The distinction between the pie and milk jokes and the prostitution joke is that we feel ashamed at the thought of buying pie, but not at the thought of buying sex. We are always paying for sex, so we shouldn’t cavil at the arrangements between a professional prostitute and a customer.

#3 All human relationships are trades. There are payments, and there are trades. Where there are payments, such as in marriage and some dating patterns, there is prostitution. But all relationships where trade takes place are a form of prostitution.

#4 The pimp is a broker who brings together two parties to a transaction. He serves the same function as a real estate broker, insurance broker, stock market broker, or investment broker. The customer gains from the pimp’s services, and the prostitute benefits too.
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