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    Default The Immigrant Council of Ireland now trying to shut down prostitution.

    Those lovely people at the Immigrant Council of Ireland have done a great job in allowing all of the eastern europeans in here to leach our benefits system and if we complain about it we must all be backward, racist, hateful bigots. Such charming people....

    Now they are insisting that prostitution is wrong and should be shut down. What the Immigrant Council of Ireland has to do with making prostitution criminal is beyond me. They seem to be shady about their funding, I'm sure they get "donations" by the state (perhaps also some "sisters of charity") in some way or another.

    Time to name and shame the people involved in this....:

    You are cordially invited to participate in this unique event, chaired by Theo Dorgan, where Fergus Finlay (Barnardos), John Cunningham (Immigrant Council of Ireland), Diarmaid Ó Corrbuí (Ruhama), David Begg (ICTU), Eamon Devoy (TEEU), Peter Sheridan and Christy Moore call for action to prevent the sexual exploitation of women and children in Ireland through dissuasive measures against those who buy sex.

    Irish civil society organisations, unions, NGOs and individuals have formed an
    alliance to raise public awareness about the harm caused by prostitution and sex
    trafficking and to lobby the Government to introduce legislation to end the
    exploitation of women, men and children in the sex industry.
    We believe that tackling the demand for paid sex that fuels the prostitution
    industry into which women, men and children are trafficked is the most effective
    way to combat this heinous crime.


    http://immigrantcouncil.ie/images/stories/Irish_Men_Call_for_an_End_to_Sexual_Exploitation_-2_Feb_2011.pdf
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    Not again!!! Same old thing...this legislation to prosecute clients. Don't these people (Immigration council of Ireland + friends) have anything better to do???
    "Don't be reckless with other people’s hearts. Don't put up with people who are reckless with yours"

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicegirlsarenice View Post
    Those lovely people at the Immigrant Council of Ireland have done a great job in allowing all of the eastern europeans in here to leach our benefits system and if we complain about it we must all be backward, racist, hateful bigots. Such charming people....

    Now they are insisting that prostitution is wrong and should be shut down. What the Immigrant Council of Ireland has to do with making prostitution criminal is beyond me. They seem to be shady about their funding, I'm sure they get "donations" by the state (perhaps also some "sisters of charity") in some way or another.

    Time to name and shame the people involved in this....:

    You are cordially invited to participate in this unique event, chaired by Theo Dorgan, where Fergus Finlay (Barnardos), John Cunningham (Immigrant Council of Ireland), Diarmaid Ó Corrbuí (Ruhama), David Begg (ICTU), Eamon Devoy (TEEU), Peter Sheridan and Christy Moore call for action to prevent the sexual exploitation of women and children in Ireland through dissuasive measures against those who buy sex.

    Irish civil society organisations, unions, NGOs and individuals have formed an
    alliance to raise public awareness about the harm caused by prostitution and sex
    trafficking and to lobby the Government to introduce legislation to end the
    exploitation of women, men and children in the sex industry.
    We believe that tackling the demand for paid sex that fuels the prostitution
    industry into which women, men and children are trafficked is the most effective
    way to combat this heinous crime.


    http://immigrantcouncil.ie/images/stories/Irish_Men_Call_for_an_End_to_Sexual_Exploitation_-2_Feb_2011.pdf
    I Personaly think the sweedish model will eventually be introduced here, this whole movement has been gaining momentum
    with a while, i think two facts are important here, we are not dealing with a bunch of cranks here alot of those signed carry
    substantial political clout and would be pretty highly regarded. The second point is that for the first time we have a group
    comprising of men asking for this. Im not saying this will happen in the near future but deff can see it happening in the
    medium term
    Blatant promotion should be outlawed
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    Vincent Browne is a Hero

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    Quote Originally Posted by ber View Post
    I Personaly think the sweedish model will eventually be introduced here, this whole movement has been gaining momentum
    with a while, i think two facts are important here, we are not dealing with a bunch of cranks here alot of those signed carry
    substantial political clout and would be pretty highly regarded. The second point is that for the first time we have a group
    comprising of men asking for this. Im not saying this will happen in the near future but deff can see it happening in the
    medium term
    Well that will be the end of punting for me.
    "Don't be reckless with other people’s hearts. Don't put up with people who are reckless with yours"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morpheus View Post
    Well that will be the end of punting for me.
    I think that is their general idea, and in a small country like Ireland the effects will be even more drastic
    Blatant promotion should be outlawed
    but
    Vincent Browne is a Hero

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morpheus View Post
    Well that will be the end of punting for me.
    What about this website?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayden View Post
    What about this website?
    Well as long as outside the jurisdiction the website will be ok, but i guess the traffic
    and amount of ladies will reduce drastically. One guy who was running one of the
    main websites in Sweeden was caught but he was working from within the country.
    U will still have buisness but for safety most guys will want the girl to come to them
    rather than other way round
    Blatant promotion should be outlawed
    but
    Vincent Browne is a Hero

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    Firstly, let me state I'm a regular punter, and would defend the rights of escorts to work and customers to pay.
    I believe it is necessary and to ban it is folly.

    However, the people at ruhama and at the immigrant council have their heart in the right place.

    Sex trafficking and the greyer area of sexual exploitation ARE genuine problems, and although I'm sure most of the girls if not all who contribute to this site are in this
    business because they choose to be, that is absolutely not the case for all girls who escort in this country and I'm afraid not even for all the girls who advertise on this site.

    I've had direct experience of what support these agencies provide and won't say any more than that.

    I've offered my ideas to them in the past from a punters perspective and as a result of my experience was asked to join a council to take part in debate about this topic. Unfortunately I had to decline to fully protect my anonymity.

    However, I think if you give a toss about sexual exploitation but also believe in the necessity of this business, then I challenge you to come up with some ideas and not just dismiss these people as busy bodies whose funding you 'question'.

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    I'm really sick of hearing this shit! leave the girls alone!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hornylimerick View Post
    I'm really sick of hearing this shit! leave the girls alone!!!
    I think more to the point,
    Leave us responsible punters alone.

    They are coming after us, and we are not the bad guys,
    just the easy targets

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