Yesterday we reported the government's survey showing public support for its idea of making paying for sex illegal. We highlighted the fact that many men have hypocritical attitudes to prostitution: happy for their male relatives to pay for it, unhappy for their female relatives to sell it. Overnight one of our American readers took us to task over this. 'Men are hypocritical about women and sex?,' she thundered sarcastically. 'Ya sure? Oh the shock.'
What do you think? Are we daft to even raise this topic? Will men always be hormonally hewn hypocrites and half-wits about this subject or is a sex industry that doesn't exploit men or women possible?