Can you consult MC beforehand?
If you do, plan ahead. At the end, be ready to tell him "I wanted to see you love and protect me. Instead I see you protecting yourself and the prostitutes. This tells me you have so much more work to do." Also, be prepared for comments he might make:
If you do this I will be really mad and maybe not survive our relationship.
Really? But I'm supposed to rebuild a relationship after you used multiple prostitutes?
They trusted me with their personal information
Like I trusted you with our vows? My heart? My health? the fidelity shared between the two of us?
I would not do anything to hurt them in anyway.
Hurting me is acceptable though?
We are through if you do this.
How does it feel to finally have a boundary...only against the woman you were supposed to love and protect?
i am a kind person
Kind people don't betray the people that love them. They don't put them at risk of STDs, crazy APs and heartbreak. Kind people don't use women for sex, telling themselves paying for it makes up for the use of their bodies.
don't want to disrupt their lives
Setting aside the fact that you disrupted my life, let's look at their lives. They are prostitutes. They know the risk...unlike a faithful wife who couldn't even fathom the man she cherished would cheat...
Prostitutes risk diseases, abuse, death...and being outed by betrayed wives. They know the risks and choose to take them for whatever reason. They took my choices from me in saying yes to you, why do I owe them protection?"Being in love" first moved them to promise fidelity: this quieter love enables them to keep the promise. *CS Lewis*
❣Your soulmate is the person who helps grow your soul into a better being rather than tearing it down❣