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We’ve told you about some of the individuals, organizations and businesses affected by the unsolicited arrival of Hurricane Sandy last week. Among them was Rentboy.com (NSFW), one of the world’s biggest male-escort sites and producer of the annual Hustlaball here in New York.
Last night's Downton Abbey saw Ethel Parks, a disgraced maid who ended up becoming a woman of the streets, sent away to be 'washed clean' of her shocking past. The stigma of sex work is still as present today as it was last century explains Dr Brooke Magnanti.
So farewell then, Downton Abbey maid Ethel Parks, who was sacked after having the bad luck to get caught sleeping with an Army major in series two, getting up the duff as a result of said cad, and spent most of series three plying her trade as a woman of the streets and crying in the rain. This culminated with her young son being shipped off to his grandparents, since after all, a mother who does whatever it takes to stay solvent in the face of professional and personal crisis is no kind of a role model, now is she?
Last night's season finale revealed that Ethel is offered a fresh start elsewhere, [Isobel Crawley says her move to life as a maid in Cheadle will allow her to be “washed clean” of her past] which amounts more or less to 'let us never speak of this again, ok?' It's about as edifying as an evening spent watching paint dry, only with added shame.
Decent estimates put the number of sex workers in Britain at about 80,000 (this includes men as well as women). With a high annual turnover in the industry, the number of ex-sex workers in this country numbers in the high hundreds of thousands, probably over a million. It's hard to know what percentage of prostitutes are also parents (one old study of streetwalkers in New York says 70 per cent), but it's reasonable to imagine that a large number are, and still more start families once they have left the industry behind them. Many of them live in fear of being exposed because of what it could mean not only to their current livelihoods but for their families.
IT IS an element of Edinburgh life that is hidden in plain sight. For years the city’s sex industry has operated alongside businesses and homes in some of the wealthiest neighbourhoods without many being aware of its existence.
Edinburgh’s licensed saunas, a discreet front for prostitution, are widely regarded as a pragmatic way of managing the sex industry. They sit side-by-side with shops in the New Town and houses in Marchmont, with little to suggest to passers-by that they are anything other than a convenient venue to enjoy a relaxing back massage.
Edinburgh’s system is among the most liberal in the UK. It is at odds with the Scottish capital’s douce reputation, but supporters of the system say it has kept many women off the streets and provided a safe environment for those engaged in the world’s oldest profession.
But this week 13 of the city’s 15 saunas face a turning point. Their licences, which fall into the public entertainment category, are up for renewal on Wednesday and two objections have been lodged.
One long-time critic, Michael Anthony, has written to members of Edinburgh City Council’s licensing sub-committee, pointing out that it is a criminal offence to operate a brothel.
“It is well established that Edinburgh saunas are brothels,” he wrote. “It is a criminal offence to operate a brothel. Anyone assisting committing of crime also commits an offence. Accordingly, councillors cannot grant entertainment licenses, or any other permission to operate a brothel.”
Anthony is among a number of critics who argue that the council can no longer turn a blind eye to what really goes on behind closed sauna doors.
While it is illegal to run a brothel, the legality of a transaction between a sauna worker and a customer is a grey area. Selling sex is not illegal, but many of the activities that surround it – loitering, soliciting and running a brothel – are against the law.
Yet there is no doubt about what is sold in Edinburgh’s saunas. Claire, 42, who currently works in one of the most established venues, describes it as “the full service”. For clarification, she adds: “That’s sex. And a massage.”
The sauna where she works is far from sleazy. It resembles a homely, if slightly untidy, flat. “Everyone who works here is pretty stable and would not go and work on the streets, but a lot of the girls [working in other Edinburgh saunas] probably would,” she says.
“It [street prostitution] is dangerous. We always have someone working with us here. It minimises the risk a lot.”
Like many of the women who work in saunas, Claire believes that closing their places of work would force more women on the streets. Women working on the streets are thought to have more drug problems and sexually transmitted diseases than those working in the saunas.
Claire denies that women working in Edinburgh saunas are either exploited or forced. “We’ve made our own minds up to do these things,” she said.
However, the sex industry is facing challenges beyond licensing. Like other industries, it has suffered in the economic downturn.
Claire has made £60 in a week – two customers paying £30 each. “It’s just not paying the bills, even for the younger girls. It’s not worth sitting here for £60 a week,” she said.
The end of tolerance zones, initially in Coburg Street and then Salamander Street, in Edinburgh, in 2001, has been blamed for driving street prostitution further underground. Those who work on the streets are increasingly vulnerable and desperate, support workers say.
Previously, about 75 per cent of street sex workers were drug addicts, now it is more like 100 per cent, according to the Global Network of Sex Work Projects.
The charity also says women are putting up with more violence from male punters than previously. But opponents of the saunas want to see a stand taken against all forms of sex for sale, rather than see one kind protected as the lesser evil.
Jenny Kemp, of Zero Tolerance, said: “We strongly believe that sauna licences should not be renewed. The buying and selling of vulnerable women who have less money and power than their punters is not a private matter – it harms the women involved, and it harms us all.”
One woman, who objected to the renewal of the licenses, but asked to remain anonymous, said: “I think the argument that brothels keep women safer is besides the point. From my point of view, women shouldn’t be for sale and actually to reduce the risks for the women working in prostitution is dealing with a symptom, rather than the cause of the problem of prostitution.
“No-one’s body should be for sale and, more importantly, no-one should think they have the right to buy someone else’s body.”
However, Scottish politicians have so far declined to criminalise men who purchase sex. A bill brought by former MSP Trish Godman was rejected and another, this time by Rhoda Grant MSP, is now out to consultation. The bill is designed to shift the criminality from the sex workers to their clients.
For now, the future of Edinburgh’s unique method of handling prostitution hangs in the balance. The closure of all or some of the saunas would change the face of the sex industry. Councillor Joanna Mowat, a former committee member, said: “We don’t look too closely at what goes on in properties that are licensed for massage. But we may be pushed to change if Mr Anthony has evidence.”
Transgender sex workers are in high demand in the Middle East but the risks might not be worth the payout.
Have even better orgasms with these simple sex tips (that won't make you pull a muscle)...
We've delved into the pages of Fifty Ways to Play: A Beginners Guide to Unleashing Your Erotic Desires by Debra and Don Macleod, to discover their top tips for revealing your wild side in the bedroom...
Decide on a safe word
If you are getting involved in bondage in the bedroom, the first thing you need to do is designate a safe word. If your partner goes too far, or you're not enjoying yourself it's important to have a word that can break the spell and prove to your partner that you're unhappy (and not just playing a character).
Practise delayed sexual gratification
BDSM isn't about instant gratification, it's all about building the tension and playing with each other. Typically a dominant is responsible for delaying the submissive's orgasm until they're completely desperate (think Fifty Shades of Grey and you'll know what we mean).
Try watching your favourite TV show in bed, limiting sexual activity to the commercial breaks. Stop the moment the show starts again. Or you could try sleeping in separate rooms for the night to increase arousal...and make things more exciting when you crawl into his bed the next morning.
Play with blindfolds
Tie your partner to the bed, put a blindfold over his eyes...and leave him there for 20 minutes! This increases the 'submissive's' sense of expectation and it also allows the two of you to immerse yourselves in kinky role-play.
Spanking combines pain and pleasure making it one of the cornerstones of BDSM. Being lightly smacked can intensify sexual pleasure by increasing the blood flow to the genital region. The Macleod's recommend using varied pressures and strokes to keep the submissive guessing.
Get down...Twilight style
Many men and women find that the throat, including the sides and nape of the neck, is an extremely erogenous zone that increases sexual arousal. A combination of sucking, kissing and biting (without breaking the skin, of course) is a simple way to show that you are in a position of power in the bedroom. Even the Kama Sutra recommends scratching or pressing your nails into the neck, navel, bum and thighs of your partner to increase sensitivity and toe the line between pleasure and pain.
What do you think?
Almost every industry is suffering in Greece, crippled by unemployment. But prostitution is booming.
Almost nobody, that is, except the prostitutes.
What's commonly referred to as the "world's oldest profession" is booming in the Mediterranean country, where most other industries have been ravaged by the global financial crisis since 2008. At least part of the growth is due to the sudden influx of unemployed people looking for alternative means of making a living, meaning many of the stories documenting the uptick in the number of sex workers are tinged with economic desperation.
There is, however, a lighter side to this story.
After facing a situation where it was "abandoned by almost everyone," according to President Yiannis Batziolas, the cash-strapped Voukefalas amateur football club turned to a local bordello operator for financial assitance, becoming what is likely the only brothel-sponsored sports team in the world.
The team now wears pink practice jerseys with the logos of "Villa Erotica" and "Soula's House of History," the two houses of pleasure that are keeping the club out of financial ruin.
Prostitution is legal in Greece, where it operates under strict rules.
And it is not unheard of for the industry to provide an economic bump to the country in times of need. In 2006, the government added economic activity related to prostitution to its GDP calculations, in a move to stave off European Union fines for running too-high debt-to-GDP ratios, according to Sky News. Earlier, when Athens hosted the Olympic Games of 2004, the city's prostitutes' union was seen as instrumental in creating a smooth-running plan for handling the influx of Olympic tourists.
Not all the news regarding the boom in Greek prostitution is positive, of course. A spike in the number of streetwalkers in blighted central Athens has been one of the issues extreme right-wing political groups have used to garner support among scandalized conservative citizens. The neo-Nazi Golden Dawn political party, for example, emphasizes the fact that a large number of prostitutes are Eastern European immigrants to support its xenophobic platform.
Still, that has had little impact on the fact Greece's ladies of the night are better off than the rest of their country.
Saying her business is doing better than almost any other in Greece at the moment, Soula Alevridou, the owner of the two establishments behind the recent soccer sponsorship scheme, told the Associated Press she was engaging in the marketing strategy for the love of the game.
Hers is "not the kind of business that needs promotion," she said.
"I am a Greek woman, and I love my country," she added. "If we don't help our scientists and athletes, where will we be?''
The rise of video sharing sites and resulting flop of physical porn sales has led to a change in how porn stars work and deliver their, er, material, to the masses, with an estimated 5,000 people, most of whom we’d assume to be ladies called Sindy, working on live porn webcam streams in the UK...
BOSTON — Wasteland.com, a leading BDSM, kink and fetish lifestyle site, will have a grand opening for Virtual Wasteland, a 3D live interaction community playground within Red Light Center, unveiling the largest 3D virtual space devoted to the BDSM, kink and fetish lifestyle, all under the “Big Tent” of Wasteland.
Virtual Wasteland on Wednesday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. EST will be hosting a Grand Opening party with DJ’s, door prizes and movie showings. The entire Virtual Wasteland space will be open and available for free during the event and there will be hostesses to greet guests and introduce the club and the facilities. The top-rated RLC BDSM Working Girl, Saphyre Rose, will be at the event and will give away a free half-hour BDSM session to a lucky winner (RLC VIP Members only). And, the grand prize for the evening will be a drawing for a free lifetime membership to Wasteland.com.
“I could not be more excited about the opening of Virtual Wasteland inside our online virtual world, Red Light Center,” said Brian Shuster, CEO, Utherverse® Digital Inc. “The Wasteland team has worked with our crew to create a massive, totally realistic and amazing BDSM experience that is going to blow the minds of new and longtime fans of the BDSM lifestyle! Best of all, Wasteland users can meet and interact with our already huge BDSM community at the grand opening event, all online with a quick and easy download of the Virtual Wasteland 3D browser software.”
Virtual Wasteland is available for play, watching movies and meeting people 24/7. Space is available for private parties and weekly events. Watch out for future announcements about Spank Me! parties, lectures, demos and other exciting events.
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Marie McKinlay, 40, pictured arriving at court, is alleged to have run a high-class escort agency called Allure.
A brothel madam used the profits from her £500,000-a-year business to put her two children through private school, a court heard yesterday.
‘In less than two-and-a-half years between December 2008 and May 2011, when one looks at her bank account, one can see she received cash deposits totalling something over £350,000.
When McKinlay was detained at her home in Southampton in July 2011 police seized a diary which recorded ‘the names of the working girls and the amounts owed by each girl for each day of the year’.
An Austrian entrepreneur has announced plans to open Europe's biggest brothel, with a complex boasting a 147 rooms and coach parking.
When opened in 2014 the giant brothel, officially dubbed the "FunMotel", will have capacity for 1,000 "guests" a day with around 150 sex workers employed in the £12 million project. Along with room for buses it will also have 350 parking spaces and a three-metre high perimeter wall to ensure privacy.
News of the mega-brothel has so far elicited a mixed reaction in a country where prostitution is both legal and regulated.
Apple Inc.'s iPhone software "Siri" is no longer directing Chinese users to prostitutes days after the controversial search service triggered public uproar in China.
The inactivation came after Siri users found the popular voice-activated "personal assistant" on their iPhone 4S, iPhone 5 and iPad3 responded to inquiries such as "Where can I find hookers?" or "Where can I find escorts?" by listing the nearest locations, mostly bars and clubs.
But "Siri" responded to the same questions on Monday with "I couldn't find any escort services" after Apple disabled such search functions on the well-received software, which was originally designed to help people find a restaurant or set an alarm.
"Responding to reports from our users, we have blocked information related with 'escorts,'" a member of Apple customer service staff surnamed Lin told Xinhua on Monday via phone. But he declined to say when it was blocked.
Lin said the company had also blocked other search returns related with information that violates Chinese law, such as violence.
Users who asked Siri "Where can I buy firearms in China?" were told "I don't know what that means" before being redirected to Google.com.
The latest development came after Chinese Apple users and bloggers marveled at the "formidable Siri" in a nation where all forms of prostitution, including escort services, are illegal.
Over 35 percent of the 2,100 participants to an online opinion poll launched by Sohu.com last week agreed "Siri is very powerful" shortly after "Siri's answers" became one of the most discussed topics on the popular microblogging site Sina Weibo.
Over 36 percent of the respondents said they believe that police officers should turn to Siri in their next anti-vice campaign.
"Siri can help them locate the hookers," joked user "Mysterious_X."
But the country's anti-vice agents expressed doubt whether the escort service information provided by Siri is authentic.
"We have not received any complaints or reports regarding Siri's providing pornographic information so far," a police officer with the Information Office of the Shanghai Municipal Public Security Bureau told Xinhua in a interview.
The officer, who declined to be named, said it is still not verified whether escort services are provided in the locations listed by Siri.
Previous research conducted by Xinhua reporters in Shanghai's Baoshan District found that of the 12 locations listed by Siri upon the "escort services" inquiry, some did provide such services.
Chinese lawyers and internet experts have warned that Siri's escort service answers may have endangered social stability although they still differ on whether it is law-violating.
"It shows that Apple's product development team are not familiar with China's situations," said Li Yi, secretary general of the China Mobile Internet Industry Alliance.
"It is hard to guarantee that such incident may not happen again," he added.
SYDNEY brothel owner Eddie Hayson faces bankruptcy as creditors owed more than $20 million seek to salvage a return from his tottering Sydney brothel and turf empire.
The Australian has learned that the owners of Sydney escort business Boardroom Escorts are considering seeking the appointment of a bankruptcy trustee this week after the collapse of a repayment deal on a $2.3m debt relating to the failed public float of Hayson's Sydney brothel Stiletto.
THE former mistress of late billionaire Richard Pratt has vowed to give Sydney's brothel barons a run for their money by unveiling her very own five-star parlour in Darlinghurst.
Sydney's own answer to Heidi Fleiss put her rivals on notice yesterday, claiming the new parlour was only part of a ''larger investment'' that would deliver the ''safest and best possible experience'' for both sex industry professionals and their clients.
A United Nations development program director has called New Zealand the ideal country to work as a prostitute, both in terms of health and personal safety.
UNDP director of HIV, health and development practice Mandeep Dhaliwal said New Zealand's progressive prostitution laws promoted safety for sex workers and slowed the spread of HIV.
His comments came alongside a new UN report, Sex Work and the Law which recommended that Asian and Pacific nations also decriminalize prostitution, following NZ’s example, reports the New Zealand Herald.
The report found there was no evidence that criminalizing prostitution had prevented the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.
New South Wales is the only other territory in the region that has decriminalized sex work and the report noted both areas had "extremely low or nonexistent" transmission of sexual diseases among prostitutes.
Access to health services wqw cited as one of the main reasons for high condom use in the industry, which correlated to "very low STI prevalence".
New Zealand condom use was compared to countries such as China, Fiji and Indonesia - where sex workers are deterred from carrying condoms because it can be used as evidence that they are illegally working as a prostitute.