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Brandan Francis quote: ”The big difference between sex for money and sex for free is that sex for money usually costs a lot less.”, do you think that meant financially, emotionally or both?

Asked by Hypocrisy_Central (26783points) April 15th, 2014

disclaimer Any resemblance to a polling question has to be excused as there was no way to Google an answer.

Running across this quote and reading it I had to ponder, was he speaking financially or emotionally? I can see where it fits both. Which way do you believe he meant and explain how you applied it?

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RocketGuy's avatar

Sex for free results in: family expenses, bigger home, bigger car, school, child care, health care, vacations, ...

Sex for money: the expenses stop when the service provider leaves.

Hypocrisy_Central's avatar

^ I can’t argue with that much, unless you get AIDS from paying from it somehow.

Dan_Lyons's avatar

Many people acquire AIDs from their S/O

Cruiser's avatar

I learned a long time ago you get what you pay for and I would rather pay more for the real deal than a phony romp under the sheets. Making love to someone you love is priceless.

zenvelo's avatar

That’s a statement by someone who thinks he knows the price of everything, but doesn’t know the value of anything.

Who the hell is Brandan Francis?

jerv's avatar

You’re not paying for the sex; you’re paying them to leave.

cazzie's avatar

Why not just say it like you mean it? Whores are cheap. Wives/girlfriends are expensive. That’s what this statement means to you, right?

rojo's avatar

@cazzie so true.
@jerv a different perspective sometimes provides great insight.

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