Timmy elsewhere

At the ASI.

NI makes prostitution illegal, a very silly thing to do:

It’s definitional that of course consenting adults should be allowed to consent.

9 thoughts on “Timmy elsewhere”

  1. It’s a lovely place to live in many ways, but the political class are just completely awful. We’re basically run by a bunch of grandstanding uberreligious streetfighting ganglords in shabby suits. I preferred it when they refused to be in the same room and so got paid handsomely to do nothing. Compared to paying politicians to do something, I regard that as a bargain.

    Although it’s Stormont getting the headlines with this sort of crap, believe it or not, the local councils are worse.

  2. It’s a crying shame that the carrying of small caliber arms in Stormont isn’t a requirement of attendance . A bit like paintballing, but with a more satisfactory outcome for the tax payer in the long run. It might catch on, you never know.

  3. bloke (not) in spain

    Good oh! That should push the whore-prices up to where a dirty weekend on the Costa Fortuna’s an inviting proposition.
    I’ll e-mail the chicas to get waxing their legs & research the possibilities of organising package deals at this end.
    Every cloud…

  4. My dearest lady friends

    I can no longer accept money. Please leave the champagne bottles, new iPhones, maximum value book tokens and any other gifts of £500 and up on the bedside table.

    Now, my darling come over here. I have a little something for you.

  5. Haven’t they just inadvertently made marriage illegal except in cases where both spouses are in work and effectively self-supporting?

  6. > Haven’t they just inadvertently made marriage illegal except in cases where both spouses are in work and effectively self-supporting?

    Quite. It does strike me that anyone should be able to beat this rap in court by saying “But I really love her.” Who’s going to disprove that?

  7. S2,

    Back in the 70s, I could get why people in the North didn’t want to be part of the rest of Ireland when it was a semi-theocratic dump, but I really don’t understand the squabbles now. Just join the rest of Ireland.

    Or alternatively, Ireland should rejoin the UK. All that fighting to have a country with de Valera’s social and cultural conservatism failed and it ended being a neoliberal country that’s very much like the UK.

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