S. Ind. group targets adult businesses

S. Ind. group targets adult businesses

There are 125 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Nov 15, 2007, titled S. Ind. group targets adult businesses. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

An effort launched last summer to curb sexually oriented businesses in Southern Indiana has moved to a new phase, organizers said Wednesday.

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Anonymous

Hartford, CT

#1 Nov 15, 2007
No one made you work at the strip club. Go cry on someone else's shoulder.
God fearing Man

Indianapolis, IN

#2 Nov 15, 2007
I just hope that the power of Jesus christ can come into the lives of the pornographers and adulterers and lead them onto the lighted path of rightousness.
amphibiousness

Ft Mitchell, KY

#4 Nov 15, 2007
Can you define "Kentuckiana Culture" for me? I didn't know there was such a thing.

Since: Sep 07

Indianapolis, IN

#5 Nov 15, 2007
Anonymous wrote:
No one made you work at the strip club. Go cry on someone else's shoulder.
I agree. You chose to work there. Even if you are unskilled or didn't graduate from high school you can get a job at a fastfood restaurant or something else.
Frustrated

United States

#7 Nov 15, 2007
Mike Hatzell must be one of those lawyers who follows ambulances after wrecks! Obviously cannot get clients any other way. Or is the almighty dollar worth that much to him? Wonder if he has a daughter who could some day be exploited. Would he feel the same?
Sub40

Indianapolis, IN

#9 Nov 15, 2007
Strippers are fun people who make for interesting conversation.
Bible Chuckers Unite

United States

#11 Nov 15, 2007
Pleeeeaaaase!!!! Give me a break! God wouldn't have given the women such hot bodies if he didn't want them to show them.
blah

Indianapolis, IN

#12 Nov 15, 2007
amphibiousness wrote:
Can you define "Kentuckiana Culture" for me? I didn't know there was such a thing.
this.
Transparent
#13 Nov 15, 2007
While this may be a "freedom" protected by the First Amendment this rampant immorality is destroying families. I don't know how many times I have heard, at work, about married men going to strip clubs. Uh, can you say loser? And as for the rest, I guess they just can't get any ... so they go to fantasize. At least if they are at clubs they are less likely to be raping or molesting someone... unless of course this is what feeds the flames for that kind of thing.
Angry

Indianapolis, IN

#14 Nov 15, 2007
It is fine for you gosh darn bible thumpers to have your beliefs just keep them to yourselves and leave the rest of us alone. We don't go around trying to close down your darn churches.
Transparent
#17 Nov 15, 2007
Seek the truth wrote:
While you make a good point, things like this poison the minds of those who are easily influenced. Sexual Crimes are on the rise because of places like this as well as how easily accessible Porn is available on the internet. More and more people are becoming de-sensitized to how wrong some of these things can be.
Yeah, but it's too bad that most people who post on here won't care ... they feel like we are trampling over their rights to sexually exploit themselves and others. Sadly, pornography is one of the most profitable industries in America - making more money than the NFL, NHL, NBA and MLB put together. Society doesn't know what love is anymore because they are too busy cheating, lusting and fornicating.
pitboss

Columbus, IN

#18 Nov 15, 2007
Frustrated wrote:
Or is the almighty dollar worth that much to him?
Amighty dollar? It is about freedom. If you don't know. That is what this great country is founded on.
Laughable

Indianapolis, IN

#20 Nov 15, 2007
Leave it to the religious right to tell me what is right and wrong - no thanks, I will determine what is decent or indecent. That is called free will...
The Martintuckian

Monon, IN

#21 Nov 15, 2007
Well, I see the "Fundies" have way too much time on their hands again.
Curtis

Reston, VA

#22 Nov 15, 2007
"Someone's Daughter" huh. Go to a college and try to get them to shut down a college for the way a good number of those women act. It's their choice the way they act and if they want to be preceived as someone's daughter then they should act like it. I've never been to a strip club and will never go, but this notion that ALL women are innocent and sweet people is absurd. It's not 1910 anymore.
Proud Phag

Indianapolis, IN

#23 Nov 15, 2007
I guess since gay strip clubs don't "exploit" those poor helpless women we don't have anything to worry about from the morality police.
Stop

Columbus, IN

#24 Nov 15, 2007
Transparent wrote:
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Yeah, but it's too bad that most people who post on here won't care ... they feel like we are trampling over their rights to sexually exploit themselves and others. Sadly, pornography is one of the most profitable industries in America - making more money than the NFL, NHL, NBA and MLB put together. Society doesn't know what love is anymore because they are too busy cheating, lusting and fornicating.
Why don't you stop trying to force your values on consenting adults? There is a reason porn is so profitable....because people like it. Why don't you sit at home and pray to your imaginary god?
HTY

Fort Thomas, KY

#25 Nov 15, 2007
Liberal Tammy wrote:
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What are you some porno profiteer? Being from another state you should shut up. Porn turns women into sexual trash to be used and discared by perverted men.
Porn turns the women who want to be in film and get paid a way to exploit horned up males and their money. No one made these girls do these things. The pay is good because there is a huge demand for these movies. As long as the demand is there these movies and clubs will still be here.
Northsider

Minneapolis, MN

#26 Nov 15, 2007
amphibiousness wrote:
Can you define "Kentuckiana Culture" for me? I didn't know there was such a thing.
Look around you. You live south of I-70. Don't throw stones if you live in a glass house!
Bryan

Panama City, FL

#27 Nov 15, 2007
groan wrote:
Kentuckiana = Dumbf**kistan
If you don't like TT bars, don't go there.
This is America. We all have our own free will.
(Why do I even bother...?)
I agree. This is the problem with America these days. People trying to force their beliefs and wills onto others and it needs to stop.

If a woman wants to go up on stage and show her breast then who is to say she can't?

Ladies and Gents this is America and we have a thing called the Bill of Rights and if you don't like then get the fudge out of this country.

These so called organizers need to be beaten to within an inch of their miserable lives.

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