Legend Fantasyland

In Defense of Prostitution (Part 2)

spaceghost

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(Continued from Part 1: Link to Part 1)

The Daily Planet, initially valued at $5.5 million, has 150 working girls on its roster. Its stock has nearly doubled since May. The company supplies protective devices (condoms and dams) and makes sure the girls pass a blood check that shows they are healthy and free of drugs before they can work. The girls, who pay for their subsequent health checks, have to produce a certificate from a doctor each month guaranteeing their good health. Any sex that occurs inside the Daily Planet (even blow jobs) must be done with protection.

The Daily Planet, which operates out of an 18-room building that resembles a motel, does not directly employ the working girls and does not take a cut of what they make. The girls negotiate their fees and tips with their clients. The company makes its money by charging $115 per hour for the use of each room. Up to four girls can use a room at once, so on a good night a room can generate as much as $4,000 for the Daily Planet.

I met with about 60 of the girls when I was in Melbourne this past May. The girls ranged in age from 19 to about 35, and the best ones made about $6,000 in a week. I told them that if they wanted to get good tips, the most important thing to stroke was a man`s ego. I advised them not to support their boyfriends and not to buy drugs. I said that they should figure out their earning capacity, set a goal, meet it, and then move on. There`s always someone younger and prettier who will come along and take their place.

The turnover rate at the Daily Planet is high. A handful of girls leave each week, but four times as many apply to take their place. You can`t stop sex. And sex for money will happen no matter what. Why make it a criminal experience?

Article referenced at: Legal Affairs
 
I said that they should figure out their earning capacity, set a goal, meet it, and then move on. There's always someone younger and prettier who will come along and take their place.
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What's with that? There's a gal I know that is still actively working at age 70. The big surprise?? She's been in the biz for 4 decades and her clients have grown old with her. Tell me what a septagenarian or octagenerian is going to do with an 18 year old? They've got nothing in common and she's bound to be impatient....exactly what he doesn't need!!
 

Groo39

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grannyknowsbest said:
There's a gal I know that is still actively working at age 70...
Cool, though not to my tastes.

I think the original advice was more to remind the ladies to have a solid plan in place, including setting money aside for after they retire. Too many strippers and SPs I've known over the years had little or nothing to show for it when it came time to quit.

Just because you can stay in the business doesn't mean it's what you want to do for the rest of your life/career. It's a good thing to remember when deciding between the mercedes and the down payment on a house...
 
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