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    Hi ladies or sex workers!

    am amazed...

    did you think selling your body, solliciting on internet and offering sex for money was legal in Ireland? if so, why do you hide? why do you take so much care? why you advertise under fake names, hiding your face pix, aso? why your webboards where you advertise are not located in ireland? and when they are, they take HUGE care to make sure nobody can accuse them of being in the sex industry - just the advertising or forum-media industry???

    You, sex workers and escorts, are making a huge amount of money, you do not pay trading tax, VAT or income tax? so you thought all was legal?

    staying in a hotel room (this is a public place by the way, like a pub, so this is included in the prostitution legislation as public have access to it and the law is applied to all places where public have access to it, even partially - like the smoking ban proves) and receiving men all day long was a perfectly legitimate thing to do?

    selling your body, and sex is illegal and forbidden here. Running a brothel is a serious offense as you exploit someone else body and sex, profiting from it... renting a room to a sex worker is illegal as you make money from an illicit activity, so you are a pimp... so a hotel manager, knowing this activity, could be in trouble, same as a renting company or a landlord...

    and if you cannot get caught (basically, the police cannot prove you are selling sex for money (no used condoms, no huge amount of condoms, no lube, no baby oil, no 3-4 mobile phones, no huge amount of money, no clients telling them, no advertising on boards, papers, aso), they can always charge you for selling time with someone while not being a declared activity... yes, you have to declare your activity and pay tax accordingly to the law...

    your best chance is to say you are a nympho and like having sex with strangers but for free... good luck... now most cops do not care about little fish... but if they know you are part of a gang or pimped out, then they may arrest you to get the bigger fish...

    Most of the time, very lucrative activities are illegal (Murphy's law)... or they get less lucrative as anybody can become a sex worker, try danemark or germany where they are legitimate workers, with social securities, tax to pay, medical obligations, trade unions, special police protecting them, aso.

    May be Ireland should legalise prostitution to avoid issues with gangs, pimps and the huge amount of foreign sex workers making huge bucks but avoiding tax in Ireland... and am not talking about diseases, rapes, aso...

    but please, please...

    do not insult punters intelligence:

    you could not have believed that prostitution and escorting were legal!!!! come on!

    xxx

    frenchstick
    vive le quebec libre!

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    Dipstick,u only provoking
    I m still lurking sometimes ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by frenchstick View Post
    Hi ladies or sex workers!



    staying in a hotel room (this is a public place by the way, like a pub, so this is included in the prostitution legislation as public have access to it and the law is applied to all places where public have access to it, even partially - like the smoking ban proves) and receiving men all day long was a perfectly legitimate thing to do?



    frenchstick
    Sorry Frenchstick, I tried to read your post till I came to the bit above.....
    A hotel room is not a public place.....
    And the smoking ban also has nothing to do with public places.....
    It is perfectally lagal to smoke in a public place and the smoking ban relates to smoking in the work place....
    Advertising space available for hire, and reviews for sale, just call me....xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by annasavicha View Post
    Dipstick,u only provoking

    anna!!!!

    provoking what??? not you I hope! it would be so not what i want...

    just read...

    PS: by the way, advertising directly for a person who offer sexual gratification (even only a wank) is liable to being a pimp... so be careful...
    vive le quebec libre!

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    Well,i think there s going to be another long thread ,as u say why u girls

    1- think selling your body, solliciting on internet and offering sex for money was legal in Ireland?

    2-why do you hide?

    3-why do you take so much care?

    4-why you advertise under fake names, hiding your face pix, aso?

    5-why your webboards where you advertise are not located in ireland? and when they are, they take HUGE care to make sure nobody can accuse them of being in the sex industry - just the advertising or forum-media industry???

    etc...........i think this ll turn into one big verbal poo.........

    I do everything for my own reasons,simple as that....
    I m still lurking sometimes ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by luther View Post
    Sorry Frenchstick, I tried to read your post till I came to the bit above.....
    A hotel room is not a public place.....
    And the smoking ban also has nothing to do with public places.....
    It is perfectally lagal to smoke in a public place and the smoking ban relates to smoking in the work place....
    technically, a hotel room is not a private place as it can be used for any public, like a pub. It belongs to a private entity but is used for the public... so this is regulated by the law (this is why you have alarms, an evacuation plan, prices, aso). This is also the reason why a hotel manager can open your room whenever it is necessary without a warrant or your authorisation...
    so it is a private place as it belongs to a private company but as it is used for a public, it is considered as a public place.

    for the smoking ban in ireland, you are right and wrong. Yes, it is based on passive smoking but not only. so you can smoke in an area outside as no workers are obliged then to get your smoke. You will note here that a beer garden could be a place where if i serve you a beer, i may get some smoke as i pass beside you, even if it is outdoor! weird but i am expecting cases to happen where smoking outdoor will be banned for this reason! But, smoking in a public place, even outside is forbidden in all public transport, buildings, places, AND gardens, parks, forests, aso. in other countries, there is no distinction, here there is...
    vive le quebec libre!

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    Quote Originally Posted by annasavicha View Post
    Well,i think there s going to be another long thread ,as u say why u girls

    1- think selling your body, solliciting on internet and offering sex for money was legal in Ireland?

    2-why do you hide?

    3-why do you take so much care?

    4-why you advertise under fake names, hiding your face pix, aso?

    5-why your webboards where you advertise are not located in ireland? and when they are, they take HUGE care to make sure nobody can accuse them of being in the sex industry - just the advertising or forum-media industry???

    etc...........i think this ll turn into one big verbal poo.........

    I do everything for my own reasons,simple as that....


    as you say, you do your own way, and of course, but you know what you do is illegal, so you accept the consequences of same...

    so sex workers here thinking they can do what they want with no consequences of their illegal sexual services are wrong and i am v v surprised they can even think that all is fine!!! But they must know as they take all necessary precautions...

    that is all...

    this not a provocation, this is simply the truth and the law.
    vive le quebec libre!

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    Well I certainly won't be visiting Mr French Stick for legal advice

    He hasn't a fucking clue

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patricia View Post
    Well I certainly won't be visiting Mr French Stick for legal advice

    He hasn't a fucking clue

    you are right! am way toooooooo expensive and you would need a barrister anyway!

    see you from Blackhall...
    vive le quebec libre!

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    Oi,stick,seems we need to stick ur advice up,Pat is here with a stick.....Hide!!!!!!!
    I m still lurking sometimes ;-)

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