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  1. There appears to be a moral issue here with a whore auctioning her body for charity. The ' game ' is legal in Chile apparently so to ' hawk it ' is all right, however, is it tainting charity to receive funds from such a source. I recall a certain pub on the Sydney waterfront where the Saturday night raffle was an ' all night in ' but that was in a den of iniquity and OK. This is a different kettle of fish, ( pun intended) so should charity accept the money from this legitimate source or refuse because of the nature of obtaining the cash ?

    Prostitute auctions sex for charity
    Saturday Dec 1 10:44 AEDT
    A Chilean prostitute has auctioned 27 hours of sex to raise money for the country's largest charity during an annual fund-raising campaign.

    Maria Carolina became an overnight celebrity in the conservative Roman Catholic country, making news headlines and appearing on talk shows since she made her unusual donation to the televised charity event, which runs for 27 hours.

    "I've already auctioned off the 27 hours of love," Maria Carolina told Reuters earlier this week, saying she had raised about $US4,000 ($A4,550).

    "One of my clients already paid. It seemed like a good deed to him."
  2. Contributor Mode.

    Accept, no discussion. Two people happy the punter and the charity.

  4. Beats watching the national lottery anyday.

    The Chiefs mess on most ships have been having a Friday meat raffle for years. Wonder what the other half would say if you walked throught the door with a ticket for an hours sex instead of a joint of beef?
  5. I have no problems with the concept - some well meaning tart decides to do something to help others and we should all join in and support this charitable act and either stand in line or make a higher bid!

    In reality though this bint has spread her legs for one night and has become a celebrity with all the potential fees for modeling, porn films. internet chat lines etc. etc.

    We are talking abou it here FFS!

    So, is that wrong? Do you support the girl for having the balls (and yes she may!) for making some cash or should Chiliean tarts stay out of sight in their clubs?

  6. So a girl decides to raise a few bob for charity using her body, don't all these runners and walkers do the same. Hope she also makes a few bob for herself. Next year they will all be doing it. Morals don't come into it when you are starving, dying of thirst, living in excruciating pain all the time etc. The church never refuses a donation on the plate even if it is from a slut.
  7. I don't see any reason not to, although personally I think that prostitution should be legalised and subject to appropriate regulation.
  8. In total agreement with you on this one Karma
    Perhaps with the working girls paying tax the government could take a few pence of fuel tax.
  9. Altough in agreement with legalised prostitution it becomes a bigger issue when viewed on the wide screen. Would this encourage young women to embrace the world's oldest profession as a way of quick easy money? Would VD spread even more ? Who would marry a clapped out whore ,?
    ( pun intended ) . Would married men be more inclined to stop off for a quickie on the way home from work ? Should there be male prositutes to supply the needs of females ?
    What's good for the goose etc. Sort of like drugs, it happens but if legal well no limit to access. This has long been a big issue in society but still a very divided response. Another point , should the worker carry a log book to show the mileage like a car and like the working girls in some countries, a card to show they are ' clean '. An interesting debate and regardless of any decision it will continue and flourish as long as men and women have their needs , a truely international currency.
  10. 27 Hours x 60 mins = 1620 / 2 mins = 810 / 3 = 270
    Bloody hell 810 dippy wickys at 3 per week is over 5 years worth.

    Don't think my wife would allow that, she would feel left out.

    They already do for a pint or two.
  11. Indeed, regulation encompasses H&S, employers and third party insurance, employment regulations, minimum wage and a host of other elements of legislation.

    What legalisation has the potential to do is remove the wholesale human trafficking and the use of narcotics as a mechanism for bringing people into the industry. It won't remove human trafficking completely, but it should significantly reduce the demand.

    If anything the use of the various regulatory mechanisms would reduce the risk of STD transmission.

    Clearly there will still be an element who will operate on the fringes or outside the legal opportunity, that happens in every industry, but there are many opportunities to improve things for both sides of the transaction.

    And why not, it's their choice.


    Equal opportunities and all that...
  12. The Romans had a saying "money doesn't stink". True.
  13. sgtpepperband

    sgtpepperband War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    Can you imagine a prostitute applying for a business loan from a Bank Manager? Her portfolio would include the fact that:

    1. She (or one of her executive associates) can get the product to the consumer at immediate notice, in any location
    2. She can use the product for many various applications, by many consumers (sometimes simultaneously)
    3. She can choose when to stop supplying it to the consumer, thus increasing demand for it
    4. She can sell the product for various prices, depending on the service being provided
    5. The product will always be in demand, no matter what, providing the consumer keeps demanding it (which is a given)
    6. Once the consumer has used the product she gets to keep it and take it away with her, so she can prepare it for use by another consumer afterwards (without depreciation)!

    What other industry can say that about their product? 8O :wink:
  14. Law, and consulting.

    It's not called conslutting for nothing ;)
  15. Barbers, the client leaves with less than he/she came in with, less hair and less money.
  16. Legalisation?

    Sounds good - but not even the girls want that! They would start being liable for tax for one thing.

    The law was changed in Holland about six years ago so all the girls became "legal" and self employed (instead of working for the house they had to rent the rooms etc.).

    Now Amsterdam is talking about closing down about 25 - 30% of the windows to "return the streets to the people" and make the red light area a trendy zone for artists and designers etc. One reason for this (although you can not say it) is the influx of east european girls and so the Dutch are being left behind.

    Will this work? I think not - just more girls on the street corners, illegally, not paying any tax, not being medically checked and open to more abuse from the pimps and mafia types when as self employed they actually had some independance and protection.

  17. McCloggie. I read that at the time with some dismay. Why can't governments understand that a system that works is best left alone?

    I can't see anything wrong with the Chilean girl's aims.

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