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    I think its a tad dramatic to call it the worst news ever, id image if u were told u had cancer or there was going to be a nuclear holocaust this wouldnt seem so bad , a bit of perspective called for id say
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    Thats all the clients and the whole industry going underground more so than ever so!
    Cant see how clients knowing they have to be forensically careful about arranging and going through with appointments is going to do anything to increase safety of the ladies
    I know its primarily targeted at trafficking ,but changing sim cards and making sure nothing can be traced is going to do harm to the new business end of the market.
    Regular ladies are where the business will rest I think
    Last edited by xagerate; 25-11-14 at 14:58.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ber View Post
    I think its a tad dramatic to call it the worst news ever, id image if u were told u had cancer or there was going to be a nuclear holocaust this wouldnt seem so bad , a bit of perspective called for id say
    I think you are undermining how Catriona feels, as under this new legislation, sex workers will become much more vulnerable to dangerous clients.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samlad View Post
    I think you are undermining how Catriona feels, as under this new legislation, sex workers will become much more vulnerable to dangerous clients.
    Exactly
    Existing guys likely to stick with regulars and any guys with less than good intentions likely to choose those who may be willing to accept business from people they cant get references for
    Sad day
    Last edited by xagerate; 25-11-14 at 15:04.

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    that's sound like a big nightmare to all of us...
    so i think the guys won't see a lady after this law....
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    Quote Originally Posted by samlad View Post
    I think you are undermining how Catriona feels, as under this new legislation, sex workers will become much more vulnerable to dangerous clients.
    Well i suppose that comes with the territory of the work, any girl will tell u that they know its a risky profession and its really up
    to the individual to reduce the risk to the best of their ability. If then u dont feel comfortable u should change ure job.
    Personally i work in the sector that loses more lives each year and has more accidents than any other in the country, if i wasnt
    happy with the risk level its up to me to change my career nobody else.
    Blatant promotion should be outlawed
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    i didn't expect to that ...
    i knew about this but...
    unfortunately it's the worst news for today..!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ber View Post
    Well i suppose that comes with the territory of the work, any girl will tell u that they know its a risky profession and its really up
    to the individual to reduce the risk to the best of their ability. If then u dont feel comfortable u should change ure job.
    Personally i work in the sector that loses more lives each year and has more accidents than any other in the country, if i wasnt
    happy with the risk level its up to me to change my career nobody else.
    Ah, yes, the old 'occupational hazard' argument. I suppose manufacturers should stop putting seat belts in cars next because it's their own fault if the driver brakes too hard and goes through the windscreen. But at least some people will assess that and make that choice not to drive or get in a car at all.
    Last edited by samlad; 25-11-14 at 15:15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ber View Post
    Well i suppose that comes with the territory of the work, any girl will tell u that they know its a risky profession and its really up
    to the individual to reduce the risk to the best of their ability. If then u dont feel comfortable u should change ure job.
    Personally i work in the sector that loses more lives each year and has more accidents than any other in the country, if i wasnt
    happy with the risk level its up to me to change my career nobody else.
    The point is that....at the moment many ladies do feel comfortable with their work with regard safety because there are some ways they can ensure to the best of their ability that they stay as safe as possible.
    This new law is not criminalising the ladies but it is opening them up to the possibility of further risk under the cloak of a law that is supposed to do the opposite.
    Im guessing the sector you refer to has health and safety risks that lead to accidents?
    This is a law that will lead to health and safety risks
    Its crazy

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