Source Pravda.Ru

Prostitutes decided that oral sex was a big sin

Prostitutes in one of the Romanian towns will not perform oral favors to their clients, since they decided that it was a very big sin. They decided so after attending a church service in the town of Deva. However, they did not refuse from other services that they can provide, they believe that they are not that sinful. Romanian newspaper Libertatea cited one of prostitutes as saying: “After we have been to the church, we realized, what big sinners we are. And even if we cannot quit the things that we are doing, at least we can try to become more religious, and stop doing perverted things.”

Prostitutes assert that they will not change their opinion, even if their clients will go to look for oral pleasures in another town. They are now sure that perversion, including oral sex, is a very big sin.

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