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You may be Old but you’re Not Dead!
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The town of Incline Village at Lake Tahoe has a different
type of service provider. Now when you feel like you’ve been screwed by the high
prices at Lake Tahoe, you really can be screwed.
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We have leashes, whips, handcuffs and all the toys at this
“Stop by and We’ll Pull Your Chain”.
"Hey, those are crawfish not crabs!"
“Come Pass a Good Time With A Cajun Queen.”
You Pick Em, We pick Em.
“Whoever Picks Em,
They Will Be Sweet and Juicy”.
The private and secret location is hidden back in the bayous
“You Have to Have A Member to Get to Our Privates”
This location maintains late hours.
“Please, Only Customers After 10 pm”
Our second marine based service location.
“What the Hell, We Already Smell Like Fish”.
We are on the honor system here!
After some discussion with the local Mobile Alabama police,
we mutually agreed to relocate this franchise just outside their jurisdiction.
“Outside the Law, But Close Enough For Service”.
This small neighborhood location in a small town in southern
Louisiana is operated by JOY because that’s what she brings to our customers.
“Bring a little Joy into your world.”
Our first marine based service location!
We have created another partnership to provide more and
specialized services for our customers
.“Why Blow Up Your Date When We Can
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professionals. Our slick, stain resistant, glossy photos can be enjoyed over and
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Of course you have to check in the office before ENTERING.
You can review our menu, choose your level of service and open your wallet.
“After Checking In, You Can Enter As Many Times as You Can Afford”
This is the first of what we hope will be our mobile franchise division.
“We’ve Been There Before and Will Be There For You”.
Double your pleasure. Double your fun!
“The Breakfast of Champions”
In our ongoing efforts to provide a safe and enjoyable place for our
customers, and to maintain a certain level of decorum, we have
established a few rules. If you going to bring your boy here to become a
man please have him use a life jacket. Our motto will be; “Enjoy, But Be
“We Will Make You
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The newest Bambi franchise location.
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Who said you can't mix work and play?
Where is Prostitution Legal?
Prostitution is legal (with some restrictions that
aren't that bad) in Canada, most all of Europe including England,
France, Wales, Denmark, etc., most of South America including most of
Mexico (often in special zones), Brazil, Israel (Tel Aviv known as the
brothel capital of the world), Australia, and many other countries. It
is either legal or very tolerated in most all of Asia and even Iran has
"temporary wives" which can be for only a few hours! New Zealand passed
in 2003 one of the most comprehensive decriminalization acts which even
made street hookers legal which is causing many concerns. I do NOT
support public nuisance street hookers being legal unless in special
zones. But PRIVATE consenting adult sexwork should be legal as it is in
most of the world except the U.S.
As long as prostitution is kept illegal, and women are persecuted for
acts which harm no one, prostitute women will be subject to brutality at
the hands of misogynists and moralists -- they are, arguably, the same
group. And when prostitutes are treated as second class citizens, and in
extreme cases, as less than human, then all women who dare to step out
of their social constructs will be labeled as whores and treated
accordingly. For these reasons, the rights of all women are contingent
upon the rights accorded to the most vulnerable women. - From Dr.
Jocelyn Elders: March 1997 International Prostitution Conference
highlights: Keynote speaker was Dr. Jocelyn Elders. Elders was surgeon
general until President. Clinton fired her for supporting masturbation.
Elders called for prostitution to be decriminalized. Dr. Elders has also
said: "We say that [hookers] are selling their bodies, but how is that
different from athletes? They're selling their bodies. Models? They're
selling their bodies. Actors? They're selling their bodies." See http://www.lpt.com/
Prostitution itself is legal but laws very in
different states regarding street soliciting and brothels See Australian
Prostitution Legal With Mostly Reasonable Restrictions
Brazil - Legal except brothels and pimping. In 2002 the Ministry of
Labor added "sex worker" to an official list of occupations.
Prostitution is not regulated in any way (no licensing) but prostitutes
can contribute can contribute to the official government pension fund
and receive benefits when they retire. (Source Wikipedeia)
The Prostitution Reform Act 2003 made ALL adult prostitution and
brothels a legal occupation in New Zealand but may have too many
restrictions on brothels. In fact the government has online their
"Brothel Operator Certificates." There are reasonable health and safety
requirements such as using condoms, local bylaws can restrict signage
and brothel locations, and a provision to outlaw pimping. The entire Act
is at http://www.sexinnz.co.nz/news2.htm#REFORM%20ACT%202003
The Accident Compensation Corporation (like our Workers Compensation)
says," Both prostitutes and brothels will come under the ACC
classification for "personal services not elsewhere classified" which is
the category that also covers massage parlours. This classification
falls within the broader Levy Risk Group 690, Personal and Other
Services – Medium Risk Group.
ACC will cover the normal range of injuries, as it does already. Cover
is unlikely to be available for sex workers who become pregnant in the
course of their employment as this would not be considered a personal
injury under the Injury Prevention, Rehabilitation, and Compensation Act
2001. But it may be available for a sexually transmitted infection if
the tests are met that are set out in Section 30 IPRC Act 2001 for
work-related gradual process, disease or infection."
However there is great concern that it also decriminalized street
hookers and the legal situation is unclear. Section 14 of the Act allows
local governments to make bylaws "regulating the location of brothels of
any scale, but not extending to other businesses of prostitution." It
was hoped that by making brothels legal women would choose to work from
their own homes (as allowed as home business in zoning rules) and get
off the streets. But after the Reform Act there are still many street
hookers which it seems can't be restricted under the Act.
The Philippines is a good Asian example, Technically prostitution is
illegal but when it had U.S. military bases there was such a huge demand
by U.S. military men for sex, it flourished. But to be politically
correct, bargirls are "Customer Relations officers". They are required
to have weekly STD checkups and quarterly HIV tests! But officially
there are no barfines or sexworkers, just Guest Relationship Officers
who are bargirls that have to carry government issued ID badges. Sexwork
is an very big industry and supports many people especially in smaller
cities like Angeles. Unless it involves children there is no enforcement
and no legal risk for the bargirls or their customers. It's just like
secondary wives in much of Asia. It is simply accepted but often not
And for $20-$30 barfine and maybe a $10 tip you have a very attractive
happy bargirl who enthusiastically goes to your hotel for the night and
is very happy with the arrangement. But that $40 cost in PI is
equivalent to perhaps $400 in purchasing value in the U.S. since food,
housing and all living costs are so much higher. So it is unfair to
compare rates of American providers, living here with Asian providers.
On the other hand it makes the travel costs very worthwhile, not only in
cost but in attitudes of Asian vs. U.S. providers without worry about
Thailand has a very similar situation and has been known since the
Vietnam war days as one of the best places in the world to go for great
sexuality. For centuries brothels have just been an accepted part of the
culture. Most Thai men got their first sexual education and experience
in the local brothel. When sexwork became so popular when the U.S.
military enjoyed their rest and relaxation stops in ports, for public
relations purposes, Thailand made it officially illegal due to Western
pressure, but the Entertainment Places Act and "special services"
exempted most all of the sexwork for the military or tourists since it
brings in so much cash. Consenting adult prostitution is illegal only
officially in Thailand, not in practice.
Canada is a closer example of few legal problems
and more equal purchasing power. The typical $CAN200/hr cost for 1 hour
of full service with no silly tips expected is a bargain for U.S.
customers since this is about $US170. One reason prices are so
reasonable compared to the U.S. is there is no legal risk and many more
women choose sexwork as a profession for the right reasons and enjoy it.
Canada (as in most of the world) has mostly honest sexworkers vs mostly
scams, rip offs or much higher priced providers in the U.S. with the
huge unmet demand for natural sexuality but fewer women willing to take
the legal risks. More women get into sex work for the right reasons as a
legitimate choice, when you don't have the legal risks of the U.S.
Prostitution has always been legal in Canada, but its limited by the
1850 bawdy house restriction and you can't publicly solicit on a busy
street or public area.
England and Scotland
England and Scotland has gone further than Canada since "incalls" or
brothels are allowed but with only one girl per flat. There are many
trying to increase this limit so providers can work more safely. Of
course outcall adult sexwork has always been legal but not street
Even in Iran.
The 1925 Penal Code stated that prostitution was not a crime in itself,
but that it was a crime to advocate it, to aid or abet a woman to enter
prostitution or to operate a brothel. The current regime believes that
execution - by firing squad or stoning - is a more fitting penalty.
Execution is common. Some Iranian feminists regard mutïa, a form of
temporary marriage where the woman has few rights, as akin to
prostitution . Under mutïa, it is possible to be `married for as little
as half an hour. Men who visit prostitutes simply marry them for a few
hours and its totally legal in Iran.
In the U.S., based our puritanical forcing a certain religious view is
out of step with the rest of the world and our culture sufferers because
U.S. may have to decriminalize prostitution per U.N. Treaty which is why
it is unlikely to be signed.
If the U.S. Senate passes the UN Convention the was adopted by the U.N.
General Assembly and has been signed by 165 countries this could force
the U.S. to acknowledge voluntary prostitution is a legal women’s choice
as well as a women’s right to choose of abortion. If passed the U.S.
would have to accept these human rights as the treaty provides.
The following summary is from a religious right group, Concerned Women
of America (CWA) who of course oppose any such rights of women and want
to keep them from having control over their own bodies:
The United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of
Discrimination Against Women
Revised: September 5, 2000
The U.N. General Assembly adopted CEDAW on December 18, 1979. President
Jimmy Carter signed it in 1980. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee
passed it on September 29, 1994, but the full Senate has not ratified
it. So far, 165 countries have signed the treaty, legally binding them
to implement its provisions.
CWA (Strong opponents “Concerned Women of America") is convinced that,
if the Senate ever ratifies CEDAW, the federal government would allow it
to supersede all federal and state laws, as evidenced by past federal
Part V (Articles 17-22) of CEDAW outlines the creation of a Committee on
the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women to oversee the
implementation of CEDAW in every signatory nation. CEDAW legally binds
every signatory country to implement its provisions. After signing, each
country must submit an initial report with a detailed and comprehensive
description of the state of its women, "a benchmark against which
subsequent progress can be measured." This initial report should include
legislative, judicial, administrative and other measures the signatory
nation has adopted to comply with CEDAW. The country must submit
follow-up reports at least every four years.
Treaty Provisions Includes
Article 11, section 1(c) of the treaty upholds "the right to free choice
of profession and employment." The Committee has included "voluntary"
prostitution in that "free choice"
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