Prostitution in Second Life

At first glance, Second Life (SL) just looks like an MMO frequently used as training grounds for university students of architecture,communications, art and sociology. From this viewpoint alone, one could easily dismiss this MMO as boring and a drag to play. It’s just too bad that people who believe such opinions can never experience the fun of creating their own avatar, their personal belongings, and most especially, they miss out on role playing their very own SL citizens. SL citizens could be designers, movie directors and cinematographers, engineers – and prostitutes. Yes, prostitutes.

Since it is deemed as the oldest profession in our society it is no surprise that SL addicts could now portray their characters as call girls. These SL citizens hang out at Amster-Dame, SL’s second red-light district, they just stand there, waiting to be noticed by other SL citizens. They sometimes engage in friendly conversations, and sometimes they get into lustful talks because of course, it is part of the job. Now that adds to the reality that Second Life wants gamers and newbies to see. Let us just see what Jack Thompson is going to say about this!

At first glance, Second Life (SL) just looks like an MMO frequently used as training grounds for university students of architecture,communications, art and sociology. From this viewpoint alone, one could easily dismiss this MMO as boring and a drag to play. It’s just too bad that people who believe such opinions can never experience the fun of creating their own avatar, their personal belongings, and most especially, they miss out on role playing their very own SL citizens. SL citizens could be designers, movie directors and cinematographers, engineers – and prostitutes. Yes, prostitutes.

Since it is deemed as the oldest profession in our society it is no surprise that SL addicts could now portray their characters as call girls. These SL citizens hang out at Amster-Dame, SL’s second red-light district, they just stand there, waiting to be noticed by other SL citizens. They sometimes engage in friendly conversations, and sometimes they get into lustful talks because of course, it is part of the job. Now that adds to the reality that Second Life wants gamers and newbies to see. Let us just see what Jack Thompson is going to say about this!

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