County wide ban on dating to go into effect as of October 1, 2014
September 26, 2014
OKANAGAN COUNTY, WA - Throughout the state prostitution has been illegal since the states inception in 1889. Okanogan county has recently passed a bill to outlaw what they consider to be prostitution. The bill had county wide support from both sides of the political aisle. It passed with 86% approval and will go into effect October 1, 2014.
Okanogan county spokesperson, Ron Chambers had this to say,"What is prostitution other than someone trading money for sex? Dating, by definition, is trading money for sex. Taking a girl out to a fancy dinner then having sex with her is the same as just giving her cash direct - like you do with prostitutes." Two consenting adults still can have sex with eachother as long as no money or trading is involved.
Cops are to begin patrolling common dating areas and screaming, "Prostitute!" at any girls out dating then running back to their squad cars in an effort to curb any potential prostitution. Several policemen will join in a 'sting' operation where they will take girls out on dates and see if they sleep with them. As soon as penetration occurs a judge who will be listening to the situation in a nearby van will blast in the door and instantly give the girl a jail sentence. "This will skip over the whole trial section and get these prostitutes directly in jail where they should be," said spokesperson Chambers.
Ron went on to inform us,"In nature a male will simply pin the female down and natural sex will occur. Humans have degraded this process by adding money and services to make females into a bunch of prostitutes." Okanogan county hopes to be the poster county and would like to set the example for all counties in Washington.