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Reader Opinion: Seems to be a difference

If a man is out soliciting women that do not want to be solicited, that seems wrong. If a woman is hanging out a shingle and men respond, that seems like good business (unless the woman is "underage" according to our laws).

If a man is out soliciting women that do not want to be solicited, that seems wrong. If a woman is hanging out a shingle and men respond, that seems like good business (unless the woman is "underage" according to our laws).

What the Baxter police are doing seems underhanded, and I would say immoral and unlawful. For the police to be soliciting seems like they are getting their jollies doing it and maybe should be doing some jail time themselves. What a man and woman do in the privacy of their rooms should be none of their business.

Craig Anderson

Brainerd

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