A struggling Queensland brothel has hit on a way to increase business.
No it isn’t getting better slags to work in the brothel…it is instead offering a pie and coke to go with your lunchtime root.
LADIES of the night are attempting to crack the daytime market with lunchtime meal deals offering a âpie, coke and a pokeâ.
An exodus of tradies to the mines has forced legal brothels to find ways of attracting new clients.
The lunch break brothel quickie fits in with a broader trend in the sex industry, with one academic revealing it is also a peak time for accessing online porn.
The midday rendezvous is also more discreet, enabling clients to duck out and still be home for the wife and kids in the evening.
One Sunshine Coast legal brothel, Scarlet Harem, is hoping to lure stressed workers away from computers and construction sites with its lunch offerings.Â Read more »
While the Act candidate is wanting more “choice” for the community regarding prostitutes, the Germans are spoiled for choice as liberalisation of prostitution has turned the country into a massive brothel.
Oktoberfest may soon be renamed Root-fest.
Germany thus embarked on an experiment in liberalisation just as Sweden, a country culturally similar in many ways, was going in the opposite direction. In 1999 the Swedes had made it criminal to pay for sex (pimping was already a crime). By stigmatising not the prostitutes but the men who paid them, even putting them in jail, the Swedes hoped to come close to eliminating prostitution.Â Read more »
The ACT candidate in the Christchurch East by-election has issued a clanger of a press release that appears to be moaning about the state of the cities hookers and demanding more choice.
ACTâs Christchurch East candidate, Gareth Veale, wants more local choice to control street prostitution.
Obviously not happy with the standard of the city’s pay per root slappers.
He says there should be âlocal rules for local reasonsâ and points out how this is already happening with alcohol. âThe new liquor laws give Councils the right to produce their own Local Liquor Policy,â he says. âThat proves it can be done.Â Read more »
The welfare reforms have brought out all manner of bludgers to cry a tale of woe to a gullible media. Take Beau de Royce as a case in point.
“I’m going to counselling with ACC – I can’t even face peopleÂ properly; I get too frightened and I hide – and yet they’re stillÂ trying to push me out into jobs”
Ok that’s understandable and could be a legitimate issue… but thenÂ the next comment is:
“I don’t want to go out pinching, I don’t want to go to jail, that’sÂ horrible, so the only legal thing I know is prostitution.” Â Read more »
They might have Mahmoud Ahmadinnerjacket in charge but Iran is really experiencing a sexual revolution rather than their ongoing Islamic revolution.
Changing attitudes toward marriage and divorce have coincided with a dramatic shift in the way Iranians approach relationships and sex. According to oneÂ studyÂ cited by a high-ranking Ministry of Youth official in December 2008, a majority of male respondents admitted having had at least one relationship with someone of the opposite sex before marriage. About 13 percent of those “illicit” relationships, moreover, resulted in unwanted pregnancy and abortion — numbers that, while modest, would have been unthinkable a generation ago. It is little wonder, then, that the Ministry of Youth’s research center has warned that “unhealthy relationships and moral degeneration are the leading causes of divorces among the young Iranian couples.”Â Read more »
Iceland is trying to ban online pornography and the sex industry in general. Good luck with that.
ULTRA-LIBERAL Iceland wants to ban online pornography. It is just the latest step in its attempts to eliminate the sex industry entirely. In 2009 it introduced fines and jail terms for those who patronise prostitutes (whom it treats as victims). In 2010 it outlawed strip clubs. In February the government decided to take on the glut of smut online and floated the idea of banning violent or degrading pornography, which some Icelanders take to mean most of it. No country has yet wholly succeeded in controlling commercial sex, either through legalisation or criminalisation. But all over the world, particularly in rich democracies, policymakers are watching to see whether Iceland succeedsâand may follow in its footsteps if it does.
Icelandâs proposal is in its early stages and may lose momentum after an election on April 27th, which the government is expected to lose. But its plan puts it in some odd company. Saudi Arabia similarly bans strip clubs, prostitution and pornography. But it also stops women from driving, forbids them from travelling without a manâs permission and restricts their right to vote. In the World Economic Forumâs 2012 Global Gender Gap report, which compares progress in 135 countries towards sex equality, Saudi Arabia ranked 131st.
Iceland, however, is determinedly pro-women. Half the cabinet and 25 of the 63 members of Icelandâs parliament are female. The country is run by the worldâs only openly lesbian prime minister. Iceland is also pro-sex. Its supermarkets sell condoms and mini-vibrators next to checkouts. A new sex-education film informs teenagers that sex should be something they want to do again and again, and then maybe again. Some 65% of Icelandic children are born outside marriage, more than any other country in the OECD. Same-sex marriage has been legal since 2010 and gays and lesbians can adopt children. Icelandair ran a campaign featuring the tagline, âFancy a dirty weekend in Iceland?â
The countryâs initiatives against the sex industry have been championed by a powerful feminist movement. “Tackling online porn, particularly the violent kind, is part of a broader set of policies to protect children and reduce sexual violence,” says Halla Gunnarsdottir, a political adviser to the interior minister who has proposed the law. But the more ambitious Iceland has become in its war against the sex industry, the less success it seems to enjoy.
Bizzare. They came for the strip clubs first…
Obviously David Farrar’s hurty arse and the mention of Ron Jeremy are connected to the hospitalisation of the porn star with an aneurysm…I can see it can’t you:
Cult porn star Ron Jeremy is in a critical condition in hospital after being treated for an aneurysm near his heart.
Jeremy, 59, who is perhaps the adult film industry’s best known faces, checked himself into Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles after experiencing severe chest pain.Â Read more »
I bet he was registered when he paid a teenager to have sex with his 16-year-old girlfriend, while he watched.
The various teacher union oppose Charter SchoolsÂ becauseÂ they say the teachers won’t be required to be registered. They reckon kids will be at risk.
I’ll bet this teacher was registered when he was offending:
A former Tauranga teacher paid a teenager to have sex with his 16-year-old girlfriend, while he watched.
Andrew Loader, 49, pleaded guilty to a charge under the Prostitution Reform Act 2003 in Tauranga District Court today,Â the Sunlive websiteÂ reported.
A charge of paying a 16-year-old for sexual services was withdrawn and replaced with one of contract sex with a person under 18.
Loader paid the man, who was in a consensual sexual relationship with the girl, to have sex while he watched. He was remanded on bail for sentencing on March 15.Â Read more »
Yesterday I blogged about hookers and Â brothels and suggested that contrary to the reported study that men just wanted a root.
Of course a few of my women readers jumped in and over analysed the issue but one gave this explanation for why men visit hookers:
Which is awesome.Â Thatâs the perfect excuse.
Imagine it…you come home after letting a bit of pressure out of the back wheels and the missus goes all “Inquisition” on you. Using Lucia’s fantastic excuse, you simply bat off the query with a nonchalant response like this:
“I was in the knock shop looking for God. He wasnât there so tomorrow night I will have to try the one down the road where I heard he stopped in for a few beers, the free bbq and a blowie Saturday arvo.”