Prostitute Quotes

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Helena Hunting
“Buck is a mammoth, like a yeti. A huge perverted, hairy whore of a yeti. According to the sportscasters, Buck's an excellent hockey player. I'd agree, based on his yearly salary alone. No one gets much money for sucking, not even extremely skilled prostitutes.”
Helena Hunting, Pucked

E.L. Doctorow
“You're nothing more than a clever prostitute. You accepted the conditions in which you found yourself and you triumphed.”
E.L. Doctorow, Ragtime

Susan Elizabeth Phillips
“If I were going to put a price tag on my lady parts, I’d find a more appetizing buyer.”
Susan Elizabeth Phillips, Call Me Irresistible

R. Lee Smith
“In the end, she realized that anytime you weren't fucking for fun, regardless of what you told yourself, honey, it was hooking.”
R. Lee Smith, Heat

D.H. Lawrence
“The bitch-goddess, as she is called, of Success, roamed, snarling and protective, round the half-humble, half-defiant Michaelis’ heels, and intimidated Clifford completely: for he wanted to prostitute himself to the bitchgoddess, Success also, if only she would have him.”
D. H. Lawrence, Lady Chatterley's Lover:

Patrick Rothfuss
“What is a whore?"
Unsurprisingly, that hadn't been one of the words we had shared over the last span of days. For half a moment I considered lying, but there was no way I could manage it. "He says your mother is a person men pay money to have sex with."
Tempi turned back to the mercenary and nodded graciously. "You are very kind. I thank you.”
Patrick Rothfuss, The Wise Man's Fear

James W. Bodden
“Men started praying to you, begging for a taste. That legend of yours spiraled out of control. You gave the people hope. They were told you were all they ever needed.”
James W. Bodden, The Red Light Princess

Bangambiki Habyarimana
“She has the care of a mother, the love of a sister, a prostitute in bed. Who is she?”
Bangambiki Habyarimana, The Great Pearl of Wisdom

Monica Bellucci
“As a woman I am so curious about prostitutes because of the idea that they know men better than you. Also, it's such a strange way to live. But at the same time there are prostitutes who just want to be prostitutes, and this is this woman, nobody pushed her to do it. She's a prostitute because she wants to be a prostitute. It's her philosophy of life.”
Monica Bellucci

J.D. Salinger
“I took her dress over to the closet and hung it up. It was funny. It made me feel sort of sad when I hung it up. I thought of her going in a store and buying it, and nobody in the store knowing she was a prostitute and all. The salesman probably just thought she was a regular girl when she bought it. It made me feel sad as hell- I don't know why exactly.”
J.D. Salinger

Petra Hermans
“Shakira and Beyoncé have a great bank account, too.”
Petra Hermans

James W. Bodden
“She knew every single one of us. Gave us the chance to share in her bed. We all took comfort that she was here and we were not alone. The princess had nothing but love to give.”
James W. Bodden, The Red Light Princess

Guy de Maupassant
“The woman, one of those usually known as a good-time girl, was famous for the premature portliness which had earned her the nickname Boule de Suif. Small, round as a barrel, fat as butter and with fingers tightly jointed like strings of small sausages, her glowing skin and the enormous bosom which strained under the constraints of her dress — as well as her freshness, which was a delight to the eye — made her hugely desirable and much sought after. She had a rosy apple of a face, a peony bud about to burst into bloom. Out of it looked two magnificent dark eyes shaded by thick black lashes. Further down was a charming little mouth complete with invitingly moist lips and tiny, gleaming pearly-white teeth. She was said to possess a variety of other inestimable qualities.”
Guy de Maupassant, A Parisian Affair and Other Stories

“I’m a horegallu
That lightens your burden,
To replenish your course.
Mine a noble profession,
But you call me – ‘A Prostitute’.”
Vinod Varghese Antony, A Candle Of Light: A Collection Of Poems

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Selling your time is slightly better than selling your body.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

James W. Bodden
“Death doesn’t have to be the end of it. Our love for her is stronger than the grave.”
James W. Bodden, The Red Light Princess

Jack Clark
“From twelve stories up it was easy to be fooled by the city's rain-swept beauty, by the millions of lights twinkling in the night. But all I had to do was turn my head to see the truth: a child-whore asleep in her hospital bed. It could rain forever and the city would never be clean.”
Jack Clark, Nobody's Angel

Petra Hermans
“If you ever loved one prostitute, all women are prostitutes.”
Petra Hermans

Saadat Hasan Manto
“When Hamid dropped Lata off at her house at nine that night, he felt hollow. The touch of her soft body was sheared from him like bark from a tree, and he spent the entire night tossing and turning.”
Saadat Hasan Manto, Bombay Stories

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“The number of marriages that were torn apart by prostitution is almost equal to that of those that it is keeping together.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Lailah Gifty Akita
“There salvation for every soul.”
Lailah Gifty Akita

Eskay Teel
“I was scared and nearly choking when I bravely asked, ‘Are you a pros-ti-tute?’ I actually said it like that. I knew I was asking a question that might get me beaten up, and I had to force the three syllables to stumble off my tongue and bounce around innocently on the stainless-steel draining board while I waited for her reply.”
Eskay Teel, Alice in Worcestershire: Brummie girls do cry

Enock Maregesi
“Changudoa huuza huduma ya ngono kwa kibiritingoma.”
Enock Maregesi

Zaman Ali
“Power is like prostitution and it could have pleasure for a while but it has to go to another man”
Zaman Ali, Humanity: Understanding Reality and Inquiring Good

Alain Bremond-Torrent
“Father xmas is like the love from a prostitute, it doesn’t exist and it makes you spend loads of money.”
Alain Bremond-Torrent, running is flying intermittently

“Prostitution like a snuff film...Worse every day”
Arif Naseem

“From Jerks to Monks, from Prostitutes to Nuns, everyone is vulnerable to fall in Love.”
Efrat Cybulkiewicz

“But our position is so weak. I mean, we are sleeping with different guys every night. So even if you want attention, you can't say anything so selfish as that. You aren't even sure if you're an item. You give yourself insurance, like, It wont last, anyhow, but all you can do is hold on to a faint hope along with your knees—but you never know.

That's a prostitute's love.”
Ko Hiratori, JK Haru is a Sex Worker in Another World: Summer

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