False Claims about Hookers

Harvard on Hawaii Streets in 2001

I have explained that I stumbled into street prostitution as a -just-right-now-real-quick sort of thing. In other words I viewed my actions completely independent from my self. Prostitution was a task not an identity. Throughout my years on the street I set myself apart by internally embracing the role of Anthropologist which was easy for me since that was my undergraduate field of study. Anthropologists are like undercover researchers although unlike the police the goal is not to deceive people by adopting a false identity but to gain acceptance so thoroughly people forget you’re present. People then feel free to be themselves and the researcher can observe the way things really are.

One fascinating occurrence was the always unexpected occasiobs when something disproves a belief I held as a self evident fact. Today President Trump’s talks about fake news. I don’t know if I mean fake news the wat he…

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Author: Harvard Elite on the Street in Hawaii

Caroleena puts a human, intelligent face on society’s addicted pariahs to educate and entertain from Honolulu’s streets

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