Here is what one man said: Nowadays, women only want money. They want their bills paid, nails and hair done; otherwise they won't sleep with you. We men know that, so we put some money aside just for that purpose. The woman feels good because she feels like she did something great to get us to give up the money. But the reality is, it's just a part of the game and you play until you are ready to get rid of her. She's not the type of woman you keep. She probably does this to every guy and sees more than one guy at the same time anyway. Here is what one woman said: I don't give a man sex if he doesn't give me money. I don't have time to waste with these fools, my bills need to be paid. If he can't do it then another man will. Yes, I deal with more than one person at once. These guys out here are stupid. They only serve one purpose.
So here are my questions: If these two individuals got together, would that be a form of prostitution? If not, then what is it? Neither of the two conversations ever touched upon the subject of love or companionship. So...is love, romance and marriage an antiquated notion these days? If a man can easily pay a woman for sex, what does that mean for single women who are looking for the real deal? If a woman is only looking for money, then what does it mean for a man who is looking for real love? I guess my final point is this: At the end of the day, when a person engages in such a transaction, is he/she satisfied? Is sex and money so important that love no longer matters? What do you think?