Maybe that's the way things should work. Though, because something exists, there is a market, take for example, the "Edsel". There are markets for all kinds of things people don't desire or have interest in. That's where the art and science of human persuasion comes in, to persuade people to buy, to generate want, to show benefits of ownership. Markets aren't concrete. They are subjective, because people's tastes and desires are capable of change.
Originally Posted by spdickey
Q: Would you patronize a streetwalker?
A: No, I would treat her as an equal.