Someone called someone else a name. [ETA: ok, someone called a building a name. ] Calling people names isn't nice. But the truth is that many of those prostitutes? Have pimps. who call them worse every day. They have johns that call them worse every day. When they get caught by our corrupt police who punish them for being victims and rape them are calling them names. The religious people who thunder from the pulpit about sexual immortality but still use prostitutes are calling them names. The lawmakers in TN who make needle exchanges hard to fund, thus making it more likely that AIDs will spread are doing worse than calling them names. People who make it harder for them to get life saving screenings are doing worse than calling them names. Women who use threats to coerce young girls into prostitution are doing worse than calling them names. Our system that doesn't pay women enough for their work is doing worse than calling them names. When the families of prostitutes are separated by jail, drug addiction and sometimes foster care,it seems worse than calling names.
I don't think it's nice to call people cum dumpsters, but I'm not exactly sure that the prostitutes on our streets have as their top priority "make people stop calling names on blogs". I think it's more efficient to go and take down the folks who are keeping this system in place rather than always focusing on the individual. Johns, pimps, officers of the law, all of them hold the ball of wax together. The women who are jerks on the internet are at best enablers, although I think it's more enabling to think that prostitution can't be changed than to be randomly insulting on the interwebs.