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5.1. BDSM sexual deviation

Carlos (@carlos) · · 0 · 0

Perhaps the most well-known sexual deviation defined as not sin is a course of actions, the so-called sadistic-masochistic sexual practice, which often involves various bondages and pinions between subordinate and superior member of the game, and hence its name: BDSM, bandage, discipline, sado-masochism. BDSM is now a popular escort or escort-prostitute sex service, which is not always necessarily sexual in nature, when it is more about humiliation and pain at extreme levels, such as whipping or psychic torture. In addition, in sado-masochistic practices the sexual or non-sexual natured act of penance and retribution due to the perpetration of some sin or crime turns up the most typically. There may be several reasons of this sexual deviance, such as: blaming others for the subject’s sexual excitement (by pushing the sexual partner’s eyes during sexual intercourse), escaping from reality (by dressing up in different fancy costumes...

5. Sexual deviancies regarded as not crime

Carlos (@carlos) · · 0 · 0

Deviance is basically a form of behaviour that violates norms accepted by most of the community or society, and in case of their violation sanctions are inflicted. In other words, deviance is a sort of perpetration of crime that is controlled by the community or society through legal means. However, there are also intentional or inevitable violations of norms that are not necessarily sanctioned for some reason. The most typical of these reasons is that since a deviant behaviour does not make harm to anyone, perhaps except for the perpetrator, or the deviance is caused by some psychological disorder that does not cause harm to society, the majority tend to turn a blind eye to the unusual behaviour.Deviance is rather likely to manifest in sexual behaviour and habits, so it is not surprising that sex workers, prostitutes, and escorts quite frequently encounter abnormal sexual practices in their sex work. Mostly this is the reason why sex clients tend...

4.3.7. Terrorism

Carlos (@carlos) · · 0 · 0

Terrorism is one of the most current and dangerous social crimes since it undermines the power and order of an existing state with the constant threat to which citizens are exposed daily. In our case, it has to be touched because terrorism is closely linked to prostitution and sex work. Well-functioning terrorist organizations generally operate from three sources of money: donations, independent economic activity, and making money by committing crime, such as human trafficking, smuggling, kidnapping, pimping prostitutes, drug trafficking, all of which are closely linked. As prostitution is a very lucrative industry, it is no coincidence that terrorist organizations tend to resort to income from prostitution to facilitate their activities, such as the notorious terrorist organization Ansar-al Fath in France, which has been proven to be financed through its extensive sex market activities

4.3.6. Migration, crime and sex work

Carlos (@carlos) · · 0 · 0

From a social and legal point of view, economic migration is not a crime, although excessive emigration causes economic damage to both the issuing and receiving country. The primary concern, however, arises more often when immigrants end up in illegal sex business, both during their migration and their arrival in the country of destination. The situation is exacerbated by the fact that human traffickers have been taking the advantage of the current migration trends, and as a result, it is not always known that migration or trafficking is what is taking place in front of the authorities, with special regard to the quite probable child trafficking and sexual exploitation. For some time, the phenomenon of unaccompanied minors arriving at refugee camps from where they disappear has been observed, assuming organized criminal groups operating in the background that manage the lucrative business of child trafficking and their sexual exploitation....

4.3.5. Human trafficking and organized crime

Carlos (@carlos) · · 0 · 0

Human trafficking as a social crime is now regarded as part of the violence against women, since the victims of human trafficking for the purpose of prostitution are primarily women and young females . And cross-border human trafficking requires a well-functioning criminal organization, bringing together the three types of crimes in the globalized world . Since the abolition of slavery, human trafficking is a serious social crime as it violates human rights, which is a pillar of modern societies, and on the other hand human trafficking is closely linked to illegal prostitution, which produces huge amounts of uncontrolled money, helping other forms of organized crime, so it is in the fundamental interest of society to fight it. Human trafficking does not only serve as a link between the illegal sex industry and prostitution, but also serves other illegal activities, such as organ trafficking, but we are dealing with it only in the context of prostitution...

4.3.4. Prostitution & Escort

Carlos (@carlos) · · 0 · 0

4.3.4. Prostitution In the history of mankind, prostitution is most often seen as an illegal and criminal activity, but the question of whether prostitution is a crime or not is difficult to answer clearly. Let's look at the issue from both sides, namely, that interprets it as a crime and that does not regard sex work as a crime, instead an occupation. The well-known phrase that prostitution is the oldest profession makes it difficult to find out whether it is a legal profession or a very prevalent type of social crime. At the same time, in the interpretation of prostitution it is important to consider whether selling sexual services is forced or not because coerced prostitution is associated with a number of other very serious social crimes. From the social point of view, that is, the foundation of society is family, the life-long or at least a certain period long (at least as long as an offspring is brought up properly) union...

4.3.3. Sexual violence

Carlos (@carlos) · · 0 · 0

The sexual paraphilia discussed above, paedophilia, can only be accomplished through coercion, and when it comes to coercion in a sexual act, we have already come to another category of sexual deviance, which is sexual violence or rape. It should be added that sexual violence as a paraphilia, also called biastophilia, is quite different in motivation from mere rape. In fact, biastophilia is a perverted attraction that arises from a violent situation, that is, sexual abuse can be aimed at an adult woman or man, and that sexual arousal is triggered by the fact of the violence, not by the age of victim. In the case of paedophilia, on the other hand, immature minors cause sexual excitement, and violence and sexual coercion are only a tool or consequence of the situation and not the driver. There are milder cases of paedophilia such as efebophilia (sexual attraction toward adolescents at the age of 15-18) or hebephilia (sexual attraction toward adolescents...

4.3.2. Sexual paraphilias

Carlos (@carlos) · · 0 · 0

Some sexual paraphilias (sexual perversions) that were dangerous to societies and individuals used to be taboos and crimes at the early stages of human society. Some paraphilias denote dangerous sexual activity that can cause serious illnesses, such as sexual attraction to the dead, necrophilia, or zoophilia, the sexual attraction to animals, although the latter's perception has changed much in Western societies lately. It has happened nowadays that sexual interaction between humans and animals is not so much condemned by society, and among the available sexual services bestiality has turned up, and even websites and organizations have been established to promote zoophilia.  Zoophiles argue that if the animal enjoys the sexual act, why bestiality should be punished and banned, although in most beastly cases, animals are treated only as sexual objects, like women, and treated as prostitutes. The most infamous case is that of an unfortunate orang-utan...

4.3.1. Incest

Carlos (@carlos) · · 0 · 0

Incest was regarded as a deadly sin and taboo even in pre-social times when religion had not yet become a social force. Incest refers to sexual activity within relatives, including family, and, as the name suggests, it results in a kind of infection of the bloodline. The infection is not specifically transmitted by any disease, but the genetic damage that the offspring will suffer. The direct consequence of this is the rapid degeneration of the bloodline, which endangers the survival, the longevity of society, making this sexual activity much to be avoided or a great crime. The best example of the degeneration is in the history when royal and aristocratic families would get married within the noble family to preserve bloodline, and as a result, whole royal families died away due to health problems caused by some genetic disorder that got just worsened in the course of time.

4.3. Sin in societal context: sexually rooted social crimes

Carlos (@carlos) · · 0 · 0

When discussing sex-based social crimes, the fundamental question is raised, that is, why this natural activity, gratifying sexual needs tends to go with so many crimes. Because of this, sex used to be considered a sinful activity in the history of mankind, unless it served the purpose of procreation. In the strict Jewish-Christian interpretation, sexuality can only serve the purpose of childbirth, the pleasure factor being completely excluded from the sexual act. Among ultra-Orthodox Jews, in practice, couples were even separated with a clean white sheet to avoid touching and seeing each other during the sexual intercourse and only a hole was cut into the sheet to include only the primary genitals to take part in the sexual act, because the sight of the female body was considered the source of sin itself, though many consider it a legend. The feminine body was associated with evil, the appearance of the devil, in an attempt to get...

4.2. Venial sins

Carlos (@carlos) · · 0 · 0

The other main type of sins is the wide range of forgiving or venial sins, which are distinguished from the deadly sins by the fact that the perpetrator is either not fully aware of what s/he is doing or has not consented to a sinful activity, which are actually less important than the seven deadly sins or the violation of the Ten Commandments in general. The most typical kind of sin in the escort industry is when a young woman is forced into sexual activity by human traffickers against her own will. In this case she will not commit a deadly sin in religious sense because she has not consented to the sexual act she is involved in or, in the same way, a young escort prostitute recruited by traffickers cannot be aware of what she is doing therefore she cannot be held accountable by either the heavenly or the worldly courts. A more difficult case, however, is another kind of forced prostitution when a woman becomes a prostitute and sells...

4.1. Religious and individual sins

Carlos (@carlos) · · 0 · 0

Investigating individual or religious sins is also important because committing these crimes in the escort industry is typically a common occurrence, and moreover, the escort industry is almost based on it. If, for example, a female escort prostitute considers her client appealing and allows him to have sex with her then she violates Article 6 of the Ten Commandments, the prohibition of adultery "You shall not commit adultery." Now, what does the term "adultery" really mean? Generally speaking, having sex outside the marriage, therefore it applies to those who are not yet married, because if she or he has a sexual affair, of course, they do it with not their spouse, and to those who are married because this is a clear adultery in this case, and finally to those who are widowed or separated from their spouse. So doing any sexual service is, partly, a violation of the sixth article of the Ten Commandments and, on the other hand, one of the deadly sins,...

4. Types of sins

Carlos (@carlos) · · 0 · 0

Types of sin can be categorized from a variety of points of view, of which religious believes, the severity and intensity of sin are the main type-setting criteria. According to the Christian view, it is sin when one knowingly and willingly does not obey the will of God in a serious matter, knowingly breaking the Ten Commandments, which directly lists the ten most important sins. Within the ten most important sins, according to the Jewish-Christian religion, there is also a distinction between the main categories of sins, which committed, the offender can surely expect the most severe punishment in the afterlife. The Ten Commandments and the deadly sins partly denote overlapping sins, but the other part of the sins defined by the Ten Commandments (for example, the prohibition of idolatry) seems obsolete in today's increasingly non-religious Western cultures, but the main sins and their sanctionability are still valid. On the other hand,...

3.3. Sin, guilt, crime

Carlos (@carlos) · · 0 · 1

Although analogous notions, sin is not equivalent with crime, crime is not equivalent with guilt because crime is not a moral category but violation of norm legislated by a society. An act of sin can also be a crime that both society and religious beliefs consider as so, for instance, murder, prostitution, however minor legal cases are not specifically addressed by religion and the church, such as illegal parking, illegal dumping, but in the case of prostitution, it should be noted that pimpery or, more officially to say procuring used to be severely punished, with death, for long time in history[1]. This brings us to the point when it is time to set up a typology of sins. source

3.2. Repentance

Carlos (@carlos) · · 0 · 0

There are two psychological states of mind after the crime has been committed: the resulting remorse leads to repentance when the sinner realizes that they have sinned, and the realization is followed by repentance. Repentance can be passive, that is to say, remorse in negative emotions, but it can also be active, when the sinner does something useful or even useless to mitigate the sin committed and reassure his conscience. A special form of the latter is some form of compulsive action (a psychological condition called OCD: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder), when the sinner has lost control of the situation and the guilt manifests itself in repetitive or symbolic actions that are socially not useful and psychologically pathological. The most typical example of this is the manifestation of a distorted conscience of the murderer in various distractions and substitute activities, such as a killer constantly washing bloodstain when it is no...

3.1 Expiation, remorse, punishment and sentence

Carlos (@carlos) · · 0 · 0

Ideally, committing a crime is followed by expiation, which is not the same as punishment because expiation is the mental or physical pain caused by punishment, in other words, the consequence of punishment on the offender. As for punishment, there are two types, one of which is external punishment, that is, some kind of external force, e.g. a state, the Church, a god, the head of family, a domina escort, etc. imposes punishment on the sinner. A special kind of punishment is the one that occurs through various sexual practices, either because the subject likes to punish or because s/he likes to be punished, and this is explicitly related to sexuality, although it should be noted that in extreme cases, sexuality can even be pushed into background in BDSM sessions. The other type of punishment is the remorse of the sinner or inner pain as a consequence of committed sin, which is a distressing, automatic punishment, and is often much more...

2. Different approaches to sin

Carlos (@carlos) · · 0 · 0

As I have mentioned, the origin of moral standards is religious, that is to say, they are set up by a deity, with other words, a system of acts, omissions, and thoughts displeasing to the current god of the culture, while according to non-religious beliefs norms are categorical imperatives of humanity. Thirdly, judgments of sins and virtues can be pragmatic, that is, it is good and bad that is necessary for the success of society and human coexistence. Nowadays, these concepts do not determine human behaviour in a clear, separate way, but of course they all determine it together. For instance, the "don't kill!" Biblical command discourages someone from murder, not only because the Bible forbids it, but also because society still severely sanctions this act in the secular world. And since there are different societies in the world with different religious backgrounds, the concepts of applied sins can be very different as well, therefore...

1. The concept of sin

Carlos (@carlos) · · 0 · 0

Sin is a complex concept that has religious, moral, philosophical, psychological and social implications, which will be discussed separately below. In the most general sense, sin is a single or multiple violation of a moral ethical-social standard, or a continuous state in which sin is regularly committed. It is mostly used in religious contexts as it has religious origin. The violation of standard is primarily an act that the existing system of socio-religious-moral norms considers to be bad, such as prostitution and fornication, which religions generally regard as serious sins, but it can also be the very opposite of it, non-action deed, that is, omission, but it also applies to non-deeds that are present only as thoughts. The judgment of sin is generally determined by religious social standards, as our contemporary societies have built moral values ‚Äč‚Äčinto their system of value from their religion, but these may change from time...

SIN

Carlos (@carlos) · · 0 · 0

1. The concept of sin 2. Different approaches to sin 3. Other concepts related to sin 3.1. Expiation, remorse and punishment 3.2. Repentance 3.3. Crime 4. Types of sin 4.1. Religious and individual sins 4.2. Venial sins 4.3. Sin in societal context: sexually rooted social crimes 4.3.1. Incest 4.3.2. Sexual paraphilias 4.3.3. Sexual violence 4.3.4. Prostitution 4.3.5. Human trafficking and organized crime 4.3.6. Migration, crime and sex work 4.3.7. Terrorism 5. Sexual deviancies perceived as socially no sexual sins 5.1. BDSM sexual deviation 5.2. Voyeurism 5.3. Sexual fetishes 5.4. Sexual role playing games

Var är Dan Eliassons medkänsla med Paolo Roberto?

patrik (@patrik) · · 0 · 2

Inom det v√§nsterliberala √•siktsetablissemanget r√•der en allm√§n uppfattning om att den som beg√•tt ett brott och avtj√§nat sitt straff ska vara f√∂rl√•ten och v√§lkommen tillbaka i samh√§llet. Den principen g√§ller emellertid inte den som st√∂ter sig med statsfeminismen och det strukturella matriarkatet. Fallet med Paolo Robertos sexk√∂p √§r ett tydligt exempel p√• politisk dubbelmoral.Den offentliga diskussionen efter att k√§ndisen och f√∂re detta ‚ÄĚv√§rstingen‚ÄĚ Paolo Roberto ertappats med att k√∂pa sex har utvecklats till en k√∂kkenm√∂dding av moraliserande pr√§ktighet, politiskt hyckleri och radikalfeministiska konspirationsteorier. Fr√•nsett en och annan sex- och eskortarbetande kvinna verkar alla ense om att Roberto ska f√∂rklaras fredl√∂s som jordens avskum. ..... forts√§ttning i l√§nken......

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