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18 Today Escorts

Verify ages and arrange dates around them
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This service would pair girls with prospective dates, each date verified and guaranteed to happen on the girl's 18th birthday.

Prostitution laws are avoided by offering the escort a large bonus based on how much the client enjoyed the date.

Voice, Jun 17 2014

enjo kosai http://en.wikipedia...iki/Enjo_k%C5%8Dsai
[not_morrison_rm, Jun 17 2014]

Strange Japan http://www.japansub...apans-sex-industry/
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       Not sure how that bonus mechanism avoids anything. Isn't that a tip?
bungston, Jun 17 2014
  

       Just call it a birthday present, then.   

       This idea is probably legal but morally rather dubious, although there are probably quite a few 17-year-olds who would sign up.
8th of 7, Jun 17 2014
  

       Done, but the other way around over here, see enjo kosai
not_morrison_rm, Jun 17 2014
  

       The idea was WELL on it's way to the bottom of the page, un-annoed and bound for obscurity, but NO, you had to go and encourage him.   

       Speaking from experience,18 year olds are somewhat overrated.
normzone, Jun 18 2014
  

       //18 year olds are somewhat overrated.//   

       Now 16 year olds...
DIYMatt, Jun 18 2014
  

       Come on guys it doesn't matter how many you have year olds are way too young.
rcarty, Jun 18 2014
  

       Eighteen is the next fourteen, as soon as we quit screwing around with the gland responsible for human sexual reproduction...
Recently trans-gender children have been kept pre-pubescent until age of consent by regulating melatonin, so that the decision they make towards which gender they feel they are is not pre-determined by the release of hormones prior to puberty.
  

       Neoteny and Paedomorphism are our evolutionary trend. There will be those who do not conform easily to this new adaptation... so their role will be to protect these new kids.
Not prey on and bid for them.
  

       That might be the way that it looks like the slope is heading now, but it's about to take a hard left-turn.
Mark my words.
  

       "Some magazines even have special photo-features wherein a woman might choose her place of work by looking at the “super-cute” uniforms available to the staff. Schoolgirl, bride, dominatrix, stuffed animal… the list goes on...."   

       Stuffed animal? Strange article. Linky
not_morrison_rm, Jun 18 2014
  

       //Recently trans-gender children have been kept pre-pubescent until age of consent by regulating melatonin, so that the decision they make towards which gender they feel they are is not pre-determined by the release of hormones prior to puberty. //   

       That's a bit like cutting off your nose to spite your face, isn't it? Potentially stunting or crippling your development just to avoid any bias in your eventual gender decision?   

       //Neoteny and Paedomorphism are our evolutionary trend// - That's not necessarily a good thing, is it? Like a positive feedback loop for our out of control narcisism.
Custardguts, Jun 18 2014
  

       // the gland responsible for human sexual reproduction //   

       The wallet ?   

       //Potentially stunting or crippling your development just to avoid any bias in your eventual gender decision ? //   

       Seems to have paid off for Justin Bieber/Miley Cyrus (who's spotted that they're never ever seen in public at the same time ??
8th of 7, Jun 18 2014
  

       uggh sort of a sad way for an 18 year old to spend a milestone and a little awkward considering most people live with parents at that age.
bob, Jun 18 2014
  

       It is a good thing though. Look at the lengthened gestation and development of all of the species on our planet which we consider to be the most intelligent.   

       Evolutionarily speaking having to provide for another being for longer and longer stretches of time makes no sense unless it's a trade-off for increased brain power.   

       Keeping trans gender kids pre-pubescent does them no harm, other than emotionally by not keeping up to their peers, and it prevents adams' apples in those who decide to be female and budding breasts in those who choose to be men.   

       Hypermelatoninism kept my own puberty suppressed until I was almost twenty, quite naturally.
My development since that time has been normal and I have fathered a child... so that works.
I also do things in my head that other people say don't exist and I believe there may be a direct correlation between these two things.
My brain remained plastic for a very long time and I am... different because of this.
  

       You'll see.   

       They can try to suppress this change happening in society all they want.
They will fail.
  

       //I also do things in my head that other people say don't exist and I believe there may be a direct correlation between these two things//   

       What could you possibly "do in your head" that people "say don't exist" - ? That sounds terribly narcisistic, like you think you have some sort of mental power others couldn't even comprehend.   

       //They can try to suppress this change happening in society all they want. They will fail.//   

       Eh. Anytime someone starts to refer to vague shadowy third parties as "they", I tend to start to downgrade my assessment of what they are saying. You're clearly trying to say something here, but stopping somewhere short of actually laying it out.   

       If you're suggesting that somewhere in the future we'll all be a bunch of sexually ambiguous, pre-pubescent narcisists - you might be right, but I suspect the resistance to this will be somewhat more violent that you think.
Custardguts, Jun 19 2014
  

       I did.
blissmiss, Jun 19 2014
  

       <points accusingly at [blissmiss]>   

       "You are Imelda Marcos, and we claim our five dollars"
8th of 7, Jun 19 2014
  

       Off with your head, you measly little peon. Shoes rule. Especially sandals. Ha!
blissmiss, Jun 19 2014
  

       //What could you possibly "do in your head" that people "say don't exist" - ? That sounds terribly narcisistic, like you think you have some sort of mental power others couldn't even comprehend.//   

       I suppose it does sound a bit narcissistic.
Funny... it doesn't feel that way.
  

       I've just always done/known/perceived things differently than other people.
When I would try to explain these things to adults while growing up nobody ever understood what I was talking about, so I just stopped talking about them and tried to figure things out on my own.
<shrugs>
Now that I'm all growed up, I'm talking about them again.
As near as I can figure it, the evidence seems to point to the fact that my subconscious mind is awake while I am conscious.
I think it is something which anyone can do, so yes, I have mental powers, no, I don't think they are incomprehensible to others.
  

       //Anytime someone starts to refer to vague shadowy third parties as "they", I tend to start to downgrade my assessment of what they are saying.//   

       Hey that's a neat trick!
Getting people to downgrade the assessment of other peoples' thoughts at the mere mention of certain phrases. That little bit of mass delusion must have been started quite a while ago in history to be such a prevailing attitude nowadays.
Of course there are conspirators. We 'are' humans after all. Conspiring is almost a prerequisite for belonging to our species.
  

       //You're clearly trying to say something here, but stopping somewhere short of actually laying it out.//   

       I'm working on it.   

       Just kind of creepy. It's like saying, "I'd really like to screw children, so I want to get as close as I can."
nomocrow, Jun 21 2014
  

       Ahh, that's just the biology talking...   

       One the one hand...   

       back in the day when early death was common, it was presumably the human race's technique to reproduce early, say 13 or something, and an early start meant a longer period over which the kids could be born, as not all would survive.   

       So, if someone hadn't been shagging 13 year olds back in the past, we wouldn't be here now. Whether you regard us being here as a good thing as a result of that, or not, that's up to you.   

       On the other hand, and much more serious issue biological maturity does not equal mental maturity, so it having sex with a 13 year isn't fair, they don't have the mental toolkit to be able to handle that kind of thing...   

       How it works from the 13 year olds point of view, I can only use conjecture..I think it's their biology talking too, about getting the best for the babies, older men have more resources, and and on a really basic level the older guys are still alive, so they must have have good genes.
not_morrison_rm, Jun 22 2014
  

       //when early death was common, it was presumably the human race's technique to reproduce early//   

       ...so does it not make sense that the opposite might be true as well?   

       The longer humans remain pre-pubescent the longer they have to learn, and since well educated children have fewer babies as adults... and since it would have taken them longer for them to mature... etc. etc...   

       Just how long do you all want to live anyway?
I figure fifteen hundred years would do the trick.
  

       Do I hear sixteen? sixteen sixteen, gimme sixteen-five... Sixteen-five going once... going twice...   

       Can you imagine it, 1600 years of bickering annos....
not_morrison_rm, Jun 24 2014
  

       Shirley everyone would reach some sort of consensus in the first thousand years or so, give or take a century or two.   

       //Shirley everyone would reach some sort of consensus in the first thousand years or so   

       Erm, is this the same halfbakery we are talking about?
not_morrison_rm, Jun 25 2014
  
      
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