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This post was published on 14/01/09 in The sex trade.

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  1. Comment by Rather not say, 16/01/09, 12:03:

    Outside of a few highly-regulated or unionised environments, how the heck does a punter know if the specific prostitute he/she’s considering has been trafficked or has an abusive pimp/madam etc.? It’s primarily for this reason (although also the fear of embarassment, etc.) that I’ve never considered paying for sex. Unless or until prostitution becomes a really open and accountable industry without the opportunities for abuse that its partially below-ground nature provides, I can’t see how things are going to change.

  2. Comment by Agent X, 23/01/09, 12:19:

    You could always ask. “Are you controlled for gain?” usually gets a laugh.

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