a href=”http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2010/jan/15/why-men-use-prostitutes”span style=”font-style:italic;”The Guardian:/span Why men use prostitutes:/abr /br /blockquoteOne of the most interesting findings was that many believed men would “need” to rape if they could not pay for sex on demand. One told me, “Sometimes you might rape someone: you can go to a prostitute instead.” Another put it like this: “A desperate man who wants sex so bad, he needs sex to be relieved. He might rape.” I concluded from this that it’s not feminists such as Andrea Dworkin and myself who are responsible for the idea that all men are potential rapists – it’s sometimes men themselves./blockquotebr /br /Hmm, the woman writing the article, Julie Bindel, already admits she’s a biased researcher. She, like Andrea Dworkin, believes “all men are potential rapists.” Then she finds a couple of men who will confirm her bias, not so hard to do, I’m sure. If you start out with a biased hypothesis and look for confirmation, what do you expect?