So, I'm with my family on vacation this summer and we have friends that live near Boston. We crashed their pad for a couple nights and had a nice tour of the city. It had been a while since I had been to this area not too far from where I grew up in rural New Hampshire, so it was exciting to reacquaint myself with this historic city. My children loved the U.S.S. Constitution, Bunker Hill, Quincy Market, and seeing many of the locations from the birth of our country. The Freedom Trail ends right near the Granary Burying Ground where Paul Revere, John Hancock, and Samuel Adams are buried and near the Massachusetts State House. However, I didn't realize that "freedom" had progressed quite so far in the Bay State. It appears that not only do the politicians and staff at the State House occasionally engage prostitutes, apparently, they openly advertise this fact and make the logistics of this illicit business a matter of public concern. They have even installed prominent signage indicating where hookers should enter the State House. At least for the "general" type of prostitute. Others, of unknown specificity, probably enter the building somewhere else as the signage says,
GENERAL HOOKER ENTRANCE
I saw it with my own eyes!