Quite

I\’ve known women who would rather spend their afternoons servicing a punter than scrabbling from low-paid job to low-paid job. Who is Miss Smith to decree that pouring Limelite down my lavatory for a low wage is less oppressive than selling sex?

8 comments on “Quite

  1. Absolutely! I knew a youngish woman in Los Angeles who made an extraordinarily good living servicing a few wealthy clients – and this was quite a few years ago.

    She considered what she did an art and was proud of her skill, and from the considerable proceeds was putting her daughter through an expensive private school, had set up a trust fund to get the girl through college, and had already bought herself a house in the country in which to retire.

    And no one has even begin to address the subject of women who marry for money…

  2. “Have you noticed the government has not mentioned male prostitution?”

    Don’t know whether to attribute that to the fact that it’s the radical feminists driving this, or whether the gay lobby has a hand on the…err, throat of Parliament…

  3. Anyone know anything about male prostitution?

    Do male prostitutes have pimps? Are they trafficked the way women are? Maybe young boys are not considered worthy of protection

  4. Heh heh, what would be fun is to hire a really high class hooker (like the one Eva refers to) and ask her to clean the toilet.

    When sh’s finished clesaning the lavvy, do you think we could get her to become Home Secretary?

    I know there are some things you can’t ask these girls to do.

  5. “Absolutely! I knew a youngish woman in Los Angeles who made an extraordinarily good living servicing a few wealthy clients”

    I suppose you have to call this trickle-down economics.

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