Is Spiritual Prostitution a Causation for Social Prostitution?

Is Spiritual Prostitution a Causation for Social Prostitution?

What is Social Prostitution?

Social Prostitution is a new term that I have formulated and defined to bring awareness to another type of social promiscuity. In the past fifteen years of personal and professional observation, association, and interaction with many of the people who are members of online social and professional network mediums, I have identified that Social Prostitution has unfortunately become socially acceptable. The personal feelings that come from this meaning of Social Prostitution are based on their present Belief System, their level of Emotional Intelligence, and their Spiritual Maturity.

SEE Anchor!  (Significant Emotional Experience) It is my sole intent to establish and define what Social Prostitution means to allow the reader to gauge their life and the lives they are responsible for. It is for the reader to determine if their actions are morally righteous and in balance with their Belief System. It is not to make judgments of any one person. That is not my job, nor do I want it. I am simply the messenger. However, regrettable, in the past I have personally lived on both sides of this fence for many years. This is why I am able to respectfully share this with you, along with many other personal Significant Emotional Experiences. Like many of the ideas, solutions, and process that are forthcoming, I had to walk through them, and experience them in minute detail for many years to get it right. Just as importantly to understand what made it right. Daily, I grow and become even more spiritually mature and do what ever it takes to continue to live my Life On Purpose, regardless of how many false starts I had to live through in the past.

Social Prostitution is the single act or practice of a man or a woman providing false flirtatious communications to cause the other person of interest to believe that perhaps they will receive an intimate favor in exchange for getting what the Social Prostitute wants.

This can be compared to, but not to be confused with, formal prostitution. Traditional and formal prostitution is the act or practice of providing sexual services in exchange for payment, typically in the form of cash.

Online social mediums that most people are familiar with, and are popular today, are ones such as: LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Craigslist, AOL, Yahoo, Match.com, Skype, Plenty of Fish, and MeetUp, just to name a few of the hundreds that are out there. Most of the social mediums are intended for specific social and professional networking purposes. However, there is often this subtle to obvious and direct act of flirtatiousness that crosses the line, which can be instigated by men or women, who may have different agendas for connecting with the person of interest, than the intended purpose of the online social medium.

Social Prostitution is typically performed to receive payment in the form of social favors such as: gifts, meals, money, alcohol, drugs, testimonial, witness, network connections, or services of any kind. The Social Prostitute’s sole intention is to make the person of interest believe that there is a possibility in the moment, or near future, to have a sexual, intimate, or an emotional encounter.

The Social Prostitute has no interest or intention of being with the person of interest on any sincere emotional or physical level. The Social Prostitute lies and gives the person of interest false hope. This is typically communicated through the use of body language, physical touch, words (written and/or vocal), or a combination of verbal and/or non-verbal intimate gestures. This is performed with the sole intention to receive something in return from the person of interest that the Social Prostitute wants.

This is not to be confused with some of today’s household promiscuities or casual sex acts that have sugar-coated labels on the street such as: “Friends with Benefits” or “No Strings Attached.” Here, the clear difference is that both parties are certain about the expectations of each other to have casual sex and fun with no emotional or financial commitment, and no present or future expectations.

Until you change the way that you view, accept, or reject “socially acceptable” things in your Life, chances are you or a loved one will eventually participate, simply because it appears that “everybody is doing it, therefore, it must okay!” 

This is an extraction from my Book : Are You Living Your Best Life  On Purpose? Is It Hell Proof?  Jon G. Hartman

What is your position on Spiritual and Social Prostitution? 

Is Spiritual Prostitution a Causation for Social Prostitution?

Is Spiritual Prostitution a Causation for Social Prostitution?

What is Social Prostitution?

Social Prostitution is a new term that I have formulated and defined to bring awareness to another type of social promiscuity. In the past fifteen years of personal and professional observation, association, and interaction with many of the people who are members of online social and professional network mediums, I have identified that Social Prostitution has unfortunately become socially acceptable. The personal feelings that come from this meaning of Social Prostitution are based on their present Belief System, their level of Emotional Intelligence, and their Spiritual Maturity.

SEE Anchor!  (Significant Emotional Experience) It is my sole intent to establish and define what Social Prostitution means to allow the reader to gauge their life and the lives they are responsible for. It is for the reader to determine if their actions are morally righteous and in balance with their Belief System. It is not to make judgments of any one person. That is not my job, nor do I want it. I am simply the messenger. However, regrettable, in the past I have personally lived on both sides of this fence for many years. This is why I am able to respectfully share this with you, along with many other personal Significant Emotional Experiences. Like many of the ideas, solutions, and process that are forthcoming, I had to walk through them, and experience them in minute detail for many years to get it right. Just as importantly to understand what made it right. Daily, I grow and become even more spiritually mature and do what ever it takes to continue to live my Life On Purpose, regardless of how many false starts I had to live through in the past.

Social Prostitution is the single act or practice of a man or a woman providing false flirtatious communications to cause the other person of interest to believe that perhaps they will receive an intimate favor in exchange for getting what the Social Prostitute wants.

This can be compared to, but not to be confused with, formal prostitution. Traditional and formal prostitution is the act or practice of providing sexual services in exchange for payment, typically in the form of cash.

Online social mediums that most people are familiar with, and are popular today, are ones such as: LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Craigslist, AOL, Yahoo, Match.com, Skype, Plenty of Fish, and MeetUp, just to name a few of the hundreds that are out there. Most of the social mediums are intended for specific social and professional networking purposes. However, there is often this subtle to obvious and direct act of flirtatiousness that crosses the line, which can be instigated by men or women, who may have different agendas for connecting with the person of interest, than the intended purpose of the online social medium.

Social Prostitution is typically performed to receive payment in the form of social favors such as: gifts, meals, money, alcohol, drugs, testimonial, witness, network connections, or services of any kind. The Social Prostitute’s sole intention is to make the person of interest believe that there is a possibility in the moment, or near future, to have a sexual, intimate, or an emotional encounter.

The Social Prostitute has no interest or intention of being with the person of interest on any sincere emotional or physical level. The Social Prostitute lies and gives the person of interest false hope. This is typically communicated through the use of body language, physical touch, words (written and/or vocal), or a combination of verbal and/or non-verbal intimate gestures. This is performed with the sole intention to receive something in return from the person of interest that the Social Prostitute wants.

This is not to be confused with some of today’s household promiscuities or casual sex acts that have sugar-coated labels on the street such as: “Friends with Benefits” or “No Strings Attached.” Here, the clear difference is that both parties are certain about the expectations of each other to have casual sex and fun with no emotional or financial commitment, and no present or future expectations.

Until you change the way that you view, accept, or reject “socially acceptable” things in your Life, chances are you or a loved one will eventually participate, simply because it appears that “everybody is doing it, therefore, it must okay!” 

This is an extraction from my Book : Are You Living Your Best Life  On Purpose? Is It Hell Proof?  Jon G. Hartman

What is your position on Spiritual and Social Prostitution? 

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