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You say I’m a prostitute or a Christian girl?

Updated on December 4, 2017

Which is the Bride?

Are you the type whom feel you value yourself too much ... And, would never accept sexual propositions for money? Even if ... you're in between jobs and don't have a steady income. Not to mention you've found yourself in this predicament more than once. It never takes you too long ... before bouncing back to your feet. So ... you just make do from month to month.

First of all, let's examine what you consider your ... Shall we say ... Make-do plan. Which usually starts at the beginning of each month. Right? Yes. When "Mr. Rent" is due. After he's satisfied ...you can breathe. Besides it's never a worry because John your "Main Boo" doesn't mind helping you out. And he certainly can afford it. After all he's always rewarded with that special sleep over. As a matter of fact any glitch in his system ... Might just send him packing.

On the other hand, let's consider the prostitute. She has a regular client ... who she depends on monthly as well. They spend time together and have many discussions. After their date he gives her a special fee. Can you see any difference? Wait! Before you answer that ... Listen to what father God spoke.

Matthew 7:5 says …

Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother's eye


My Point Being


Never forget ... They could both be classified as a "Prostitute". So be careful of being judgmental towards others ...Because you could become guilty of judging yourself.

Just my understanding....

Do you think these two types of women are different?

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      Cheryl Vance 3 years ago from Dallas, Texas

      Cecila

      Don't misunderstand me. This lady has more than one guy. There's no such thing as a "Main Boo". What it's called is multiple partners. This is the same stain on the prostitute. All I'm saying is ... let's not be so quick to judge.

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      Cecila 3 years ago

      I think any man and woman in a relationship that will help each other out, it's nothing wrong with that. How can she be a prostitute if this is her man?

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      Cheryl Vance 3 years ago from Dallas, Texas

      chuckandus6

      Yes. There's a reason for everything. I'm sorry to say but ... most women feel they have no choice in the matter. They feel comfortable with keeping him around. Many of these types of guys are already committed. They see you as just a payback .... For the sex.

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      Nichol marie 3 years ago from The Country-Side

      Unfortunatly my old neighbor was like this and I pitied her because even though she lived that way, dating a bunch of guys,talking to her she was really envious of what kind of relationship that my husband and I have. I think it also can be because of low self esteem.

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      Cheryl Vance 3 years ago from Dallas, Texas

      chuckandus6

      Sometimes they don’t work and move to the next. How many will it be ?

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      Nichol marie 3 years ago from The Country-Side

      Oh, no I think there should only be one man in a womens life, too. that multiple boyfriends shows a lack of commitment or using people , not neccesarily money_wise

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      Nichol marie 3 years ago from The Country-Side

      I would agree, but sometimes people reach that level of commitment before their wedding ceremony,

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      Cheryl Vance 3 years ago from Dallas, Texas

      chuckandus6

      We can sugarcoat it anyway we want. In our society today sex is accepted before marriage. But if you love someone and they love you sex should easily come after commitment. Its okay to help each other out, but sex for help ... It's the same.

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      ms.B 3 years ago

      I don't thnk it's the same @ all. If your main boo, as u call it happens to be the man in your life? 9, out of 10 You hav a relationship. bills, are no bills. If you help pay the bills its more than sex with tht.We hav a relationship!wht if he needs help,& I help him? There's a big difference. IJS! A prostitute on the other hand is going to seek a john if her regular dnt show. She will get her money regardless of the situation,becuz its her choice of career. IJS

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      Nichol marie 3 years ago from The Country-Side

      I believe honestly that they both could be considered like that depending on your feelings For your boyfriend and his feelings for you. If you love someone and they are helping you out financially because they love and care for you.I would not consider it the same situation.

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