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If pr@stitution was legal in US, how would your life change?

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Postby S_Parc » Wed Aug 06, 2014 4:47 pm

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For all the Americans reading this ... please do not try these local sites. Many of them are scams (and may take your money & run) and some may even be undercover vice squad.

Banano means well but he's living in Australia where none of this stuff is an issue.

If you get busted, your life in America will be a living hell, as you'll be harassed by neighbors and may even be fired from your job.
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Postby S_Parc » Wed Aug 20, 2014 7:50 pm

Here's an example of a sting operation, which snagged a police office in the city of Las Vegas ...

http://www.8newsnow.com/story/26328297/california-cop-facing-las-vegas-prostitution-charge

For those of you, who don't live in America, you have no idea how bad things are stateside. Believe me, we have a lot of real crime in the US, in terms of carjackings, armed robberies, burglaries, kidnappings, & murders.

The last thing detectives need to be doing is pretending to be hookers, to nail a potential customer, as there's plenty of real policing which needs to be done around here.
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Postby S_Parc » Wed Aug 20, 2014 8:23 pm

S_Parc wrote:Here's an example of a sting operation, which snagged a police office in the city of Las Vegas ...

http://www.8newsnow.com/story/26328297/california-cop-facing-las-vegas-prostitution-charge

For those of you, who don't live in America, you have no idea how bad things are stateside. Believe me, we have a lot of real crime in the US, in terms of carjackings, armed robberies, burglaries, kidnappings, & murders.

The last thing detectives need to be doing is pretending to be hookers, to nail a potential customer, as there's plenty of real policing which needs to be done around here.


BTW, if this goes to trial and the cop is found guilty, his career in law enforcement is over as well as many of his other career options unless he becomes a mercenary/bounty hunter type.

Thus, this is serious business in the US. Please don't do this stuff stateside outside of a cathouse in the NV deserts. Canada and Mexico aren't that far away.
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Postby Jeremy » Thu Aug 21, 2014 3:27 am

I use whores, and I still consider myself INCEL AS f**k. Even if you can afford two 1-hour sessions a week (most guys can't), that's only like 1% of your life. What about the other 99%?

Not to mention if you aren't some 22 year old Adonis, the service will be mechanical as shit.

Might as well just have a wank. There. I saved you $300.
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Postby Raja » Thu Aug 21, 2014 1:24 pm

If it were legal I would have spent more time and money buying penetrative sex, and my experience would have been more varied. Aside from a few visits to the Koreans in the Asian Massage joints, with a few white women working in them how many "mamasans" and Korean undercovers does your average police departments have? So the clubs with their dry humping "lap dances will have also gotten less money and strip clubs would not pop up on any real estate 500 yards away from a house, church or park.
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Postby S_Parc » Thu Aug 21, 2014 1:55 pm

Jeremy wrote:that's only like 1% of your life. What about the other 99%?


When I was in Sydney, I was working many 14 hour days. My free time was in getting together with friends/acquaintances. Going to Aussie brothels was a great way to blow off some steam, after a long day.
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Postby S_Parc » Thu Aug 21, 2014 2:04 pm

Raja wrote:"mamasans" and Korean undercovers does your average police departments have?


What happened in my area was that the cops went in undercover as customers, engaged the gals (I think it was a Chinese massage place), and then, they made arrests on the premises and even took in some of the other customers there, who knew those gals. Their names were then released to their hometown newspapers.

In the case of the illegal bawdy, as in Australia/Canada, they'd only arrest the management for running a shoddy operation because in those countries, the bo*nk is not illegal, as it is in the US. In Canada, the rule is that one can't advertise bo*nking in exchange for money but they can engage in it, if it's not advertised as such. In Australia, it's even more loose than that, as the cops only are on the lookout for ppl who'd overstayed their visas or were a part of some trafficking scheme.
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Postby E Irizarry R&B Singer » Fri Aug 22, 2014 5:13 am

S_Parc wrote:
Raja wrote:"mamasans" and Korean undercovers does your average police departments have?


What happened in my area was that the cops went in undercover as customers, engaged the gals (I think it was a Chinese massage place), and then, they made arrests on the premises and even took in some of the other customers there, who knew those gals. Their names were then released to their hometown newspapers.

In the case of the illegal bawdy, as in Australia/Canada, they'd only arrest the management for running a shoddy operation because in those countries, the bo*nk is not illegal, as it is in the US. In Canada, the rule is that one can't advertise bo*nking in exchange for money but they can engage in it, if it's not advertised as such. In Australia, it's even more loose than that, as the cops only are on the lookout for ppl who'd overstayed their visas or were a part of some trafficking scheme.


Now what Parc is saying here is 110-percent true as I have spoken with male owner "papasans" as well as female w.horehouse madame "mamasans" in Melbourne, VIC w.horehouses when I hit them up in 2007.
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Postby Raja » Fri Aug 22, 2014 1:11 pm

In any case priorities of vice enforcement seemed to be street walkers first, followed by the advertising escort, and then the strippers. As massage became a more mainstream occupation the problem was finding one where the girls worked for tips and not actual masseuses, not local law enforcement.

The local houses did not have the traffic that brothels in the movies did and it would be incredibly costly to catch one man and then have the cities attorney try to close the business on the evidence of one girl asking is there anything else and catching one guy with a condom on.
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Postby S_Parc » Fri Aug 22, 2014 2:30 pm

Raja wrote:In any case priorities of vice enforcement seemed to be street walkers first, followed by the advertising escort, and then the strippers. As massage became a more mainstream occupation the problem was finding one where the girls worked for tips and not actual masseuses, not local law enforcement.

The local houses did not have the traffic that brothels in the movies did and it would be incredibly costly to catch one man and then have the cities attorney try to close the business on the evidence of one girl asking is there anything else and catching one guy with a condom on.


Well, at least in my region, there are very few streetwalkers, outside of let's say certain lower income neighborhoods, where the police are more afraid of getting hurt themselves, than in doing something. Basically, they let the gangs *go at it* and then, they don't have much to do except mop up the mess afterwards. Outside of these areas, however, you'll seldom find streetwalkers unless they operate in some sort of code and dress up like regular college co-eds.

Since the actual crime outside of non-inner city regions involve drugs (esp Oxycontin), grand theft, house burglaries, etc, the police paradoxically appear to have ample time to run non-stop sting ops on esc*rts, massage places, etc, as there are busts reported regularly, not once in a blue moon. Thus, if your car gets stolen, chances are, no one will do anything about it, however, if you get busted at a massage parlor, you better hope that the DA simply drops the case for lack of definitive evidence. But even if your case doesn't go to trial, your name will be given to your hometown newspaper during the process. This is another tactic of a police state, as employers and neighbors can make their own decision as to either ostracize or blacklist you.
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