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    I am posting this because there have been a number of threads recently in which escorts have expressed dissatisfaction with the law in Ireland.

    The Kiwis may be the sporting world's greatest underachievers when it comes to the Rugby world cup but they get some things right.

    There are a lot of similarities between NZ and Ireland. Population, heritage, general outlook etc.

    Prostitution there is legal and two people can work together in one location with no significant restrictions. Larger operations must be licensed and are generally not allowed in residential areas or close to schools or churches. Running a brothel is legal but the workers must have the final say as to whether or not to accept a client. It is generally accepted that the law works well and that it exists to help sex workers.

    It may not be perfect but it could be held up as an example of a law that makes things better and has had no nasty side-effects in a country that is a lot like Ireland. Perhaps lawmakers here might be interested in that.

    A good place to look to find out more is:

    Prostitution Law Review Committee - Ministry of Justice, New Zealand

    Just one thing though, ladies please do not all rush off there. You are appreciated and wanted here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharkskin View Post
    I am posting this because there have been a number of threads recently in which escorts have expressed dissatisfaction with the law in Ireland.

    The Kiwis may be the sporting world's greatest underachievers when it comes to the Rugby world cup but they get some things right.

    There are a lot of similarities between NZ and Ireland. Population, heritage, general outlook etc.

    Prostitution there is legal and two people can work together in one location with no significant restrictions. Larger operations must be licensed and are generally not allowed in residential areas or close to schools or churches. Running a brothel is legal but the workers must have the final say as to whether or not to accept a client. It is generally accepted that the law works well and that it exists to help sex workers.

    It may not be perfect but it could be held up as an example of a law that makes things better and has had no nasty side-effects in a country that is a lot like Ireland. Perhaps lawmakers here might be interested in that.

    A good place to look to find out more is:

    Prostitution Law Review Committee - Ministry of Justice, New Zealand

    Just one thing though, ladies please do not all rush off there. You are appreciated and wanted here.
    any law that helps escorts to be safe and stay here gets my vote.had a chat with a escort who had a bad experenice its nasty stuff.escorts do a great job anything to help them can only be good for respectful punters.
    regards thh doc;

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    Okay, I'll add New Zealand to the list of places I am thinking of emigrating to.

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