Forum posts made by buz

Topic Flat or Round Earth
Posted 19 Apr 2018 18:29



....now you’re attacking an ESL person’s grammar. Very unbecoming of you buz.

And l thought l was just comparing a pussy to a taco in conjunction to flat shoes and round earth.

Topic Flat or Round Earth
Posted 19 Apr 2018 18:18



.....are you implying I don’t know English?

English who?

Topic Flat or Round Earth
Posted 19 Apr 2018 18:08



........is that a Mexican joke?

I think it's an English joke.

Topic Flat or Round Earth
Posted 19 Apr 2018 17:57



If the earth is round then why are shoes flat?

And if God didn't mean for you to eat pussy why did he make it look like a taco?

Flat or round boobs?

Topic Flat or Round Earth
Posted 19 Apr 2018 17:46

I thought this thread was a joke from the start. Seriously, what kind of butt waste would poll people asking them if they believe the earth is round or flat? I'd think most respondents would give them a ridiculous answer just to be fecitious.

Topic Alex Jones of InfoWars
Posted 19 Apr 2018 17:37

It would make great TV ratings to have him castrated on live TV.

Topic Why do men try to white knight?
Posted 19 Apr 2018 17:20

I'd say, if any guy is a shitty boyfriend, then it's just the way life rolls if a better male steals his girlfriend away. It might even be that she's the one that sought him out. Maybe she's looking for something better or different.

Topic FOSTA/SESTA: A Danger To Trafficking Victims, Consensual Sex Workers and Their Fans
Posted 19 Apr 2018 16:11

Come on, Chryses, join in with the rest of the group. That's what the forum is all about.

Every time you ignore a valid point raised by someone and choose instead to slather more praise on Ms Candy it just makes you look more and more silly. I'm worried about you, dude. You've done that much boot-licking in this thread you could be coming down with shoe polish poisoning.

Let's discuss FOSTA and the implication of the bill. :)

Best post in days, Liz. Some people want to avoid this, attempting to derail the thread to be about which debate styles are acceptable and pushing propaganda fluff as facts.

No one knows how far reaching the implications of this bill will be for any site offering personals, advertising massage services, etc. FOSTA-SESTA is just another attack on free speech and liberty and really does nothing to slow down the illegal sex trafficking of sex slaves.

I think any common sense look at the bill shows that it will drive any sex trafficking that used the internet further underground. I doubt much of what most of us thought of as sex trafficking: smuggling of sex slaves was advertised on the internet anyhow.

What we do know is that it has shut down advertising of escort & massage ads, which were overwhelmingly posted by independent escorts and masseuses. Is there any doubt that the result of that is going to be a great increase in street prostitution and forcing these independents to hook up with pimps. By having to resort to pimps, the bill actually is increasing 'sex trafficking'.

Police vice departments used to use Backpage and Craigs List as one of their biggest tools to look for 'red flag' terms that could lead them to someone pushing underage or unwilling sex workers. That tool is no longer available because of this bill. Will that mean that police will have to work harder and possibly spend more tax dollars to come up with new ways to hunt down illegal sex trafficking? In my humble opinion, Yes!

The main sex trafficking in the USA is done by foreign-based crime organizations who recruit girls from high poverty, third world regions of Latin America and Asia, smuggling them into the country. Seriously, how involved were they on Backpage and Craigs List?

I think FOSTA-SESTA is a bad bill that will do more harm than good. The fact that a high percentage of professional politicians voted yes to it in no way makes the bill more appealing to me as I have little if no respect for the corrupt politicians in office anyhow.

Of course, someone will come on here with a pompous post about the style of my post or my point-of-view. Have at it...

Respond to this:

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Topic Moderator of the Month for March
Posted 17 Apr 2018 19:04

Congratulations Kee! Thanks for your great hard work. You're awesome!

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Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 17 Apr 2018 18:52

Okay you nekkid Lone Rangers, Zorros, Batmen, and other masqeraded writers, let's soon read your entries into the Masked Sex Competition.

How about ice cold beer?

Cheers!

Topic Why do men try to white knight?
Posted 16 Apr 2018 17:22

Do you really think telling the girl “he’s all wrong for you,” is going to help you get all up in her? If anything you’re helping the guy your trying to steal from. White knighting is the lowest from of trying to get with a girl. It goes, white knighting and the slightly above that is offering to pay her rent, followed by writing her a love poem. Come on, men. Be better.

Writing her a poem? We'll have to have the guy erased.

Topic FOSTA/SESTA: A Danger To Trafficking Victims, Consensual Sex Workers and Their Fans
Posted 16 Apr 2018 17:19


I was a waitress once too. It's a living. Have you seen the Musical? It's not bad at all.

Waitress, not yet. I enjoy musicals. My wife loves them. I'm sure we'll catch that one when it tours again or maybe we'll go to NYC and I'll catch it on Broadway if it's still playing.

Topic FOSTA/SESTA: A Danger To Trafficking Victims, Consensual Sex Workers and Their Fans
Posted 16 Apr 2018 16:53

I was called sweetie by the lady at Waffle House the other day as she was refilling my sweet tea.


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Topic FOSTA/SESTA: A Danger To Trafficking Victims, Consensual Sex Workers and Their Fans
Posted 16 Apr 2018 16:00


You didn't know that the bill had been signed into law, and you thought that it was "another example of how stupid the far right-wing politicians are" when it passed the Senate 97-2. I have a hard time with your "I understand them very well" comment.


I really don't care that you have a hard time with anything, Penny. I already presume you have a hard time with a lot of things.

It does not matter if I didn't keep up with what day the bill had passed? I had other more important things to do.

And I already knew that far right-wing politicians had been wanting this bill for a long time before they even were able to get it into committee. And passing 97-2 just means that 97 professional politicians voted yes on a bad bill. And when I say 'professional politicians' I am not being complimentary. I know politicians.

Do you do anything on Lush besides this thread?

Topic FOSTA/SESTA: A Danger To Trafficking Victims, Consensual Sex Workers and Their Fans
Posted 16 Apr 2018 15:05


Only if you ignore the facts.

Trump signs ‘FOSTA’ bill targeting online sex trafficking, enables states and victims to pursue websites
The Washington Post is a reliable source. I don't associate the Post with Fascism. Do you? It doesn't report what you post about the law. It wasn't intended to reduce the sex market or reduce the number of sex workers.

It amends section 230 of Title 47 of the United States Code to state that it is policy to "ensure vigorous enforcement of Federal criminal and civil law relating to sex trafficking", and that section 230 does not impair enforcement of "any State criminal prosecution or civil enforcement action targeting conduct that violates a Federal criminal law prohibiting "
The FOSTA-SESTA law does amend Section 230 immunity to make it easier to prosecute internet sex traffing.

You shouldn't ignore the facts.




I understand what the bill says and I have not certainly not ignored facts. I understand them very well. I think most of the politicians that voted for it didn't understand it well. I think it doesn't do much to help prosecute real sex trafficking at all that wasn't already being done. I mostly think it harms the sex workers doing it on their on and not hurting anyone a lot more than it helps catch anyone in the criminal sex syndicates that actually recruit and sell sex slaves. The internet is not their big source of business or interaction.

I know too many law enforcement officials who think the bill is pathetic and unhelpful, and could possibly hinder their efforts. But it is what it is and it's now law. It will be interesting to see how it can affect dating and other personals websites.

Topic FOSTA/SESTA: A Danger To Trafficking Victims, Consensual Sex Workers and Their Fans
Posted 15 Apr 2018 20:07

The fact that the bill ended up getting Democrat votes does not at all disguise the fact that this has been long time sought by the right-wing, sponsored, and promoted by the right-wing. It has been on their agenda ever since they got their way on net neutrality.

I challenge anyone to look closely at what the bill actually does. You have to already know that the majority of sex trafficking victims, who are the underage and sex slaves (mostly brought in illegally from third world countries), are not bought and sold on Craigs List and Backpage. Those sites are mostly independent escorts, massage therapists, etc. the majority breaking misdemeanor prostitution laws.

Law enforcement has actually made good use of sites like Backpage in tracking down the few ads that delved in things other than misdemeanor prostitution. This bill actually removes that as a tool. It also will push more sex workers onto the streets.

No one pro-FOSTA-SESTA has responded to any of this. They just speak up for how it makes it easier to prosecute people who operate sites like Craigs List and Backpage. So I am guessing that is really all they are after anyhow. Using the same reasoning, you could start passing laws against taxi-drivers, Uber, Lyft, bus companies, or any type of transport that carries anyone doing sex work to their job or anyone using the aforementioned to meet with a sex worker. And if they got this passed, that could very well be the case.

As far as congress, FOSTA-SESTA is just one of those bills that looks good on their vote resume, as if they are tough on sex crime, when it actually does very little if anything at all to curb sex trafficking crime syndicates.

Anyhow, nothing new is being said here that hasn't already been said.

Topic FOSTA/SESTA: A Danger To Trafficking Victims, Consensual Sex Workers and Their Fans
Posted 15 Apr 2018 18:47



https://www.theverge.com/2018/2/27/17057754/sesta-fosta-passes-congress-cda-230-house-of-representatives

Frankly, I wasn't aware there were that many right wing Fascists on the Democrat side of the aisle.

Is that all you got? A vote count on the bill?

Any thoughts of how this bill will curb the sex slave trade, which by the way is mostly conducted within the criminal underworld, avoiding aa many electronic trails as possible?The majority of the victims are recruited in third world countries no where near an internet connection.

Topic Is there one poem or story you've written that you would like more people to read?
Posted 15 Apr 2018 18:05

Yes, this one was great fun to write...

https://forum.lushstories.com/yaf_postst58845_The-Legend-of-Spritecus.aspx

Topic Donal Trump... will he be able to buy his way out once again ?
Posted 15 Apr 2018 18:01



I seem to recall some trouble about a little blue dress and a sitting President being required to submit a blood sample to see if his DNA matched the stain on said dress.

Yeah, you gotta keep a close eye on those religious right Fascists.

Seaux, l am so glad you brought that up. The religious right-wing clamoured to have Clinton impeeched over that, yet are conspicuously mute over Trump's infidelities which have required hush money be paid. Such a great example of hypocritical views exhibited by the far right and l thank you for bringing that to our attention.

Topic Donal Trump... will he be able to buy his way out once again ?
Posted 15 Apr 2018 17:15

I believe before it is over Trump will have broken a host of laws, mostly all impeachable offenses. But with the way the Pharisees of the religious right have married themselves to this man (who wouldn't know a Bible unless it is pointed out to him) it will be funniest if it is one of his many instances of hush money paid to pornstars, centerfold, and probably high-class prostitutes that brings him down.


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Topic FOSTA/SESTA: A Danger To Trafficking Victims, Consensual Sex Workers and Their Fans
Posted 15 Apr 2018 17:04



It's going to knock the shit out of Ashley Madison, AdultFriendFinder and other such sites. It's going to chill the hell out of Plenty Of Fish, Match, Friendfinder, Skype even.

I've received boilerplate from Microsoft about Skype and from Yahoo as well - concerning their new codes of conduct using their services in hte last few weeks.

And people claimed that the repeal of Net Neutrality was not going to change anything.

Correct. It's just right-wing Fascism using the bigoted judgemental Puritanism movement of the religious right to bring the internet under their control.

The thing is going to backfire in the right-wing's face. Is there any doubt that they are the biggest source of customers for prostitution?

Topic FOSTA/SESTA: A Danger To Trafficking Victims, Consensual Sex Workers and Their Fans
Posted 15 Apr 2018 16:40



That law was not intended to reduce the sex market or reduce the number of sex workers. Those are irrelevant criticisms.

The FOSTA-SESTA law removes the Section 230 immunity internet hosts have used to avoid prosecution for hosting sex trafficing ads. It does make it easier to prosecute internet sex traffing.

Your first two sentences can be argued from now until we're all consumed by a black hole.

Yes, I think all who've read this thread understand what FOSTA-SESTA does but most posters here have doubted its effectiveness and pointed out many ways it will be a failure.

The law does make it possible to prosecute websites hosting personal ads, ads promoting possible sex services. Such ads were already subject to pimping laws for prosecution if not handled in certain ways. And such ads have never been the main promotional source for the criminal entities trading in sex slaves and underage sex workers. But those ads were sometimes used and law enforcement keen to the 'red flag' terms used in such ads. Law enforcement constantly monitored for that. Now, with the ads on those sites removed. law enforcement will have to work harder and be more creative to find where illegal sex trafficking is happening.

What FOSTA-SESTA will be successful at is pushing the independent escorts and such onto the streets to find work. Your tax money will need to be increased so that local law enforcement agencies can hire more police to control and reduce the increase in 'street sex business'. Because that is what most people find offensive. And FOSTA-SESTA may actually boost criminal syndicates, pimping, etc. since independent escorts and such will now be pushed into their realm.

I am saying it is a bad bill, the probable consequences actually doing the opposite of what the bill is meant to do.

Topic FOSTA/SESTA: A Danger To Trafficking Victims, Consensual Sex Workers and Their Fans
Posted 15 Apr 2018 06:39

Presenting and arguing a flawed point of view is still just being wrong.

FOSTA/SESTA does this:

* Eliminates the easiest source that law enforcement uses in monitoring sex trafficking, as they monitor those websites for 'red flag' terms and act on such.

* Will create the need for law enforcement to add more manpower as they'll have to actually hit the streets and work on creating more undercover opportunities to infiltrate sex trafficking organizations. And since most sex trafficking involves the use of foreign immigrants and is carried out by foreign-born crime syndicates, finding 'undercover' agents is very difficult.

* It mostly eliminates the website services used by independent escort & sex workers, who are mostly of legal age and not coerced by someone else. Now they will be forced to join up with pimps and/or become street walkers. The result is a larger 'in your face' presence of sex workers.

* Forces illegal sex trafficking syndicates further underground, as far as police ability to find, infiltrate, and arrest them.

What FOSTA/SESTA does not do:

* reduce sex trafficking

* reduce the sex market

* reduce the number of sex workers

* seriously hinder sex trafficking syndicates

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 14 Apr 2018 11:37

Ice cold beer and Jaegermeister chasers. Cheers all!!!

Topic FOSTA/SESTA: A Danger To Trafficking Victims, Consensual Sex Workers and Their Fans
Posted 14 Apr 2018 11:29

Actually, legalizing prostitution could be done at the federal level as I showed in previous posts. And it certainly wouldn't be the first time the federal government usurped control of a law from the states. This is a federal system not a confederacy. But at this time there is no desire at the federal level to exert that kind of move. Nearly all involved are happy to keep prostitution laws at the state level. Sex trafficking over state lines is a federal offense though.

FOSTA/SESTA will force the trafficking of sex slaves and underage prostitutes further underground, making it even harder for law enforcement to locate and infiltrate the criminal syndicates that carry out these crimes.

It will also force independent escorts and such to have to walk the streets or join up with pimps. I doubt FOSTA/SESTA will actually save any lives or prevent sex slavery and trafficking at all.

Topic Anyone have a life-motto?
Posted 14 Apr 2018 11:05

Yeeehaaaa, damn the torpedoes, and pass me a cold beer.

Topic Other than sex, what activities do you do in the nude...
Posted 14 Apr 2018 11:03

Nekkid pirating!!! Aaarrrrgggghhh!

Topic Why are woman not that adventurous in bed?
Posted 14 Apr 2018 11:01

Women ARE adventurous in bed unless the frame has a wobbly leg. Then you can use the kitchen counter or the sofa or the sex swing, etc.

Topic Have you ever
Posted 14 Apr 2018 10:58

Their business partners?

Topic Have you ever been out on a date or with friends
Posted 14 Apr 2018 10:55

Now swapping is entirely different. I was thinking this meant sneaking off for a quickie behind the back of one's date, significant other, or spouse. So sure, who hasn't ever done a swap off? Doesn't everyone do that?