CAN YOU MARRY AN EX PROSTITUTE?

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When you think of the reason why people consider prostitutes ‘societal outcasts’, and discriminate against them, you find none quite morally justifiable. People are always quick to point to the fact that they have to’ trade their dignity’ for money or some reward; but think about it, what girl hasn’t had to sleep with another person to get some form of reward or gratification in return? You’d agree with me that there isn’t really one you can vouch for. The average lady out there has a man whom she has to continually ‘service’ sexually to get something in return—maybe monetary reward, material reward or otherwise. So for me, there is not much difference between the woman who has to hide behind the excuse of a ‘love relationship’ to get what she wants, and the lady in the streets. If there is a difference, it is the fact that the lady in the streets is brave enough to be honest about what she does.

Again, you look around the world, and you see so much hardship and suffering. There are no jobs, and cost of living is high—now, in the face of all these, would it be morally appropriate to discriminate against a lady because she resorted to prostitution as a means of livelihood after a frustrating spell in the labor market? Definitely not! What else would you have her do? Turn to robbery and fraud maybe? At least, with prostitution, she has to harm no one or break any heart. In fact, if she’s putting anyone in harm’s way, it is herself. Ask any lady in the streets, and you’ll marvel at the sort of challenges she has to put up with just to get by—there are STDs and AIDS to be contracted, and of course, the risk of an unwanted pregnancy. Do you honestly think a sane person would go into such a risky venture as a means of survival unless they had to? Why then would I not marry a prostitute if I find her attractive enough for me? She hasn’t killed or defrauded anyone; all she did was what she deemed necessary for her survival. Think about it, have we all not found ourselves in tight situations where we’ve had to resort to something ‘petty’ just to pull through? She was a prostitute, it’s in the past now, so- long as she has turned a new leaf, there is no reason why I wouldn’t marry her. If for anything, the kind of pain and agony, as well as the risks she’s had to survive make her an emotionally strong person, and a great wife material.

Prostitutes are not criminals, they’re not devils or an abomination—they’re humans like you and I, and victims of circumstance. So, If I do fall in love with one today or tomorrow, I am wifing her.

This is our opinion on this  highly controversial matter, don’t forget to tell us what you think too; until next week where we would bring yet another intriguing topic on our Sunday Love Special. You know how we do it at Elcrema. Have a blessed day.

4 Comments on "CAN YOU MARRY AN EX PROSTITUTE?"

  1. I’d try to cheat on her less !! Lolz

  2. I can marry an ex prostitute. Let me say that every woman who has sleep with more than two men (not husbands) in her lifetime is no different from the one in the street. Besides, if men will stay committed to their partners and stop going after them (prostitutes), they won’t sell their bodies. Also, like Drama said “every woman that sleep with a man needs to be taken care of, be it financially or material.” It’s better to know that your wife is an ex prostitute than to marry a woman that is a prostitute in disguise.

  3. Tropical breez | April 4, 2017 at 3:11 pm | Reply

    In my point of view Id agree with Drama on this one… No one can point fingures at any one like they are sinless, Jesus said to the lady go and sin no more and whoever that hadnt sinned to throw the first stone… People change, we only live ones who care what the family thinks? Its my life in the end.

  4. Not only can I marry an ex prostitute I am going to. Why? Because we are no ordinary love as Kenny Cheney would say. I met her a few years back and she was the hooker and I was the John. Over the years we became friends then closer. I saw her through her issues taking her to hospitals and rehabs and visiting in jail. Life is rough. We all make choices but ultimately it comes down to a few basic things. Faith Hope and Love Corinthians 13:13 I believe in those things. I have done bad things and not been perfect. So has she. However that’s the past not the present OR the future Times change and with it comes Hope. What got us to this point? We both realized we shared the same beliefs and faith. I did not judge her nor did she judge me. Hope is the future and to truly have hope you must forgive the past and love the future. We both do. Together we are now best friends we have since become closer with sobriety and she is my best friend. Forgiveness is a very difficult concept for some. Do you truly forgive enough to give someone a tabula rasa? I do!

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