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Xaviera repeatedly argues that prostitution is as legitimate a profession as any, citing instances in which she has helped men with sexual dysfunction, sometimes even at the request of a psychologist, in addition to the services she provides normal customers. Xaviera is outraged at the fact that prostitution is illegal in the United States and that prostitutes are persecuted, having to pay bribes and bail to stay in business. Xaviera cites many instances in which the services of a prostitute are necessary and even therapeutic. She points out that men who enjoy particularly unusual sexual practices are afraid to ask for them, knowing that it is unlikely that their wives or girl friends will agree to them. Men who are disabled may find it a relief to be able to pay for sexual relief. She asks the wife of a customer whether she would...

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