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Apparently, Zoloft causes you to lead a secret life as a Vegas stripper

DECEMBER 20---A three-time U.S. Olympian whose illustrious running career has included a Nike TV commercial, a swimsuit calendar, and ongoing promotional work for Disney has spent the last year doubling as a $600-an-hour call girl, an astounding secret life that she now regretfully calls a “huge mistake.”

Beginning last December, Suzy Favor Hamilton, 44, has worked with one of Las Vegas’s premier escort services, booking scores of “dates” in Sin City and other U.S. cities, including Los Angeles, Chicago, and Houston.

While Favor Hamilton (seen at right) has used an alias, “Kelly Lundy,” when working as an escort, she inexplicably shared her true identity with several male clients, believing that her secret was somehow safe with strangers who paid for her company by leaving envelopes stuffed with cash on bathroom vanities in swanky hotels.

The Zoloft connection is further down in the article.

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We are NOT a free people.

We are NOT a free people. Why in the world is prostitution considered worse than whoring one's self out to a corporatation 8-6 every day? Prostitutes fulfill a VERY important need in society, and those who disagree are in deep denial.

I meant to say "sexual

I meant to say "sexual prostitutes." Corporate whores don't really do much good for society.

Want "women's rights?"

How can you deny them the right to have sex when and where they want?
Not a job I would care to take, but I know many women don't want to clean chicken poop either.

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