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We need hookers for illegal immigrants: former police chief

Kim Jang-ja—whom you may remember as the field general in the KNP’s war against Mia-ri Texas a couple of years back—thinks we need legalized, licensed prostitution. Why, you ask?

“There are members of society for whom it is difficult to find partners, such as the disabled, illegal immigrants and widowers. Society needs to address the needs of these individuals by allowing prostitution in restricted areas,” Kim said in an interview with The Korea Times.

Just something for our British cousins to consider.

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  • cm

    So, if this logic holds then, only the illegals, disabled, and the widowed should be allowed to have legal sex with prostitutes. What about all the others?

  • Veritas

    This argument would only make sense if the people looking for prostitutes (and committing sex crimes) were illegal immigrants (and widowers and the disabled, supposedly), but I doubt that was the case and as a former police chief I’m sure she knows that.

    Sounds like a strange argument.

  • http://www.biblegateway.com setnaffa

    Well, some of us think folks who use hookers ARE disabled… at least “paralyzed from the neck up”…

    They don’t think twice about spreading disease, human trafficking, or any of the other issues… just about their own appetites…

    Narcissistic illegitimi…

  • Q

    Why on earth did the KT article adopt McCune-Reishauer romanization for the former senior officer 김강자? Kim Gang-Ja would go better with her fight against gang pimps.

  • Wedge

    Limeys really don’t care where their tax quid go, do they?

    #3: You’re right: Free market transactions between consenting adults are horrible, just horrible.

  • SalarymaninSeoul

    What’s wrong with entering into a voluntart exchange with another adult who does likewise? and what’s wrong with satisfying your appetites that way? There is a risk of disease, but even riskier is when do-gooders and moral police like #3 try to intervene.

  • SalarymaninSeoul

    Well, clicking on #3′s screen name certainly clears up a lot of things.

  • http://koreanlanguagenotes.blogspot.com/ gbevers

    Kim spoke of her experience in 2000 when she visited a brothel during the daytime and found women imprisoned inside, being indebted by prepayments.

    It seems not much has changed since I first went to Korea back in the 1970s, except that back then they had government-licensed sex slaves, imprisoned and obligated by high-interest debt. In fact, Korea seems to have always allowed indentured prostitution, at least until just recently, though I suspect it is still going on.

    There are members of society for whom it is difficult to find partners, such as the disabled, illegal immigrants and widowers. Society needs to address the needs of these individuals by allowing prostitution in restricted areas,” Kim said in an interview with The Korea Times.

    She makes it sound as if the women would be very “comforting.”

  • Arghaeri

    Just something for our British cousins to consider.

    Umm, the thing they should be considering is why are they sending them to amsterdam when prostitution is legal in the UK.

    Limeys really don’t care where their tax quid go, do they?

    I guess your right if they’d rather it go to dutch workers rather than brits.

  • Arghaeri

    I trust this is an equal opportunity move and that poor didabled and illegal immigrant ladies will be catered for too.

  • Koreansentry

    I’m pretty sure money can buy prostitution legally or illegally in Seoul, this police chief is another ignorant fool and he should keep his mouth shut.

  • adeptitus

    Prostitution among consenting adults should be legal, but pimping and operating brothels can be made illegal.

  • Arghaeri

    That is pretty much exactly the situation in some jurisdictions, they maje the act legal but everything around it illegal so it can actually be quite difficult to operate as a prostitute in practise

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