" 1/2 of those monies should be declared as income"If that is over $14,000 per year, then yes, existing law makes it taxable as a gift tax.I have to be careful about that sometimes. I am getting pretty close this year with my girlfriend.
But if a guy pays to a prostitute then what is wrong with declaring a part of it as tax? It is afterall her income.
@OctoPops BrileyCat didn't realize that there is already a law that taxes gifts over a certain amount, and that the tax is imposed on the giver.If you pay a hooker, then she is legally taxed on that income, but they rarely declare it unless they work in a Nevada brothel.
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I think you need a license for that
I don't think so there are armature Porn videos put up
oh ok, well good luck with that
@FreedomByChoice No, you don't need a license to shoot a porno.It might help in your defense if you have a business license (free in some places, thousands of dollars potentially in California).
@WalterRadio yeah, we already covered that lol
plus, i read up on it.
Yeah there's some pretty good humour in our laws
How about you just preach about the immorality in church/mosque/temple, and let the rest of society get on with reducing the harm done to people (including a large number of worshippers) from things that are human nature?For what it's worth, I live in a country where it's legal, and I have no interest in going to one, not because it's "immoral", but because I want to love any woman I make love to.
@goaded Like I said, it should be illegal only as a way to send a message that it's wrong to engage in. But ultimately, people would be free to engage in it without fear of the cops breaking down their door to arrest them
Then why have the law at all?I only see three possibilities with such a law:1. It makes it less likely for people (mostly poor women) to report other crimes, like rape, assault, etc. because they have to admit they were guilty of the crime of prostitution at the time2. it teaches people to ignore laws they don't like (like the laws against sex toys in certain states)3. The law will be enforced unevenly by law enforcement against groups of people they don't like, especially with elected police forces in religious areas
@goaded I believe the combination of both comments I made make it abundantly clear what my point was