When did prostitutes become 'sex workers'?

I saw an article online entitled "Man KIlled by Sex Worker in West Virginia," and I thought that was odd.  What's a sex worker?  I read on to find out it was a prostitute.  Calling her a "sex worker" makes her sound like a contractor who puts up drywall for a living.

Why do you think the media won't call prostitutes prostitutes?  I think we already know the answer.  It's because it's a derogatory term for women who let men have sex with them in return for money.  Prostitution is considered immoral by our society, so we have an immoral name for those who engage in it.

Why change the name?  It can only be because liberals like prostitution and want to make it sound better, like the terms "women's health" for abortions and "earned income tax credits" for handouts.  Liberals like the idea of women who sell their bodies for sex.  They view sex not as connected to love or attachment, but rather as simply a physical release.  For them, it's just a slightly more intimate version of a body massage, and people pay for that too, don't they?

I fully expect in coming years to see liberals organizing pride marches for prostitutes and an adoring (brainwashed) public to cheer them.

But the name "sex worker" is odd.  It sounds like a construction worker, union longshoreman, or any other worker engaged in heavy lifting.  In liberal minds, I wonder if prostitutes are considered white-collar, blue-collar, or no collar at all.

Anyway, I don't mind changing the name, but I think liberals should choose one that is more appropriate.

Which name for prostitutes do you think puts them in the best light?

1) Mattress Acrobat

2) Zipper Mechanic

3) Inflation Engineer

4) Supine Legislator

5) Man Caddy

6) Orgasm Installer

7) Underpants Chauffeur

8) Very Social Worker

9) Human Pipe Fitter

10) Government Employee

This article was produced by NewsMachete.com, the conservative news site.

I saw an article online entitled "Man KIlled by Sex Worker in West Virginia," and I thought that was odd.  What's a sex worker?  I read on to find out it was a prostitute.  Calling her a "sex worker" makes her sound like a contractor who puts up drywall for a living.

Why do you think the media won't call prostitutes prostitutes?  I think we already know the answer.  It's because it's a derogatory term for women who let men have sex with them in return for money.  Prostitution is considered immoral by our society, so we have an immoral name for those who engage in it.

Why change the name?  It can only be because liberals like prostitution and want to make it sound better, like the terms "women's health" for abortions and "earned income tax credits" for handouts.  Liberals like the idea of women who sell their bodies for sex.  They view sex not as connected to love or attachment, but rather as simply a physical release.  For them, it's just a slightly more intimate version of a body massage, and people pay for that too, don't they?

I fully expect in coming years to see liberals organizing pride marches for prostitutes and an adoring (brainwashed) public to cheer them.

But the name "sex worker" is odd.  It sounds like a construction worker, union longshoreman, or any other worker engaged in heavy lifting.  In liberal minds, I wonder if prostitutes are considered white-collar, blue-collar, or no collar at all.

Anyway, I don't mind changing the name, but I think liberals should choose one that is more appropriate.

Which name for prostitutes do you think puts them in the best light?

1) Mattress Acrobat

2) Zipper Mechanic

3) Inflation Engineer

4) Supine Legislator

5) Man Caddy

6) Orgasm Installer

7) Underpants Chauffeur

8) Very Social Worker

9) Human Pipe Fitter

10) Government Employee

This article was produced by NewsMachete.com, the conservative news site.