Dither, dither in Plymouth, should I source from selectanescort.com, book a girl from glamour girls, go to the opposition and book from adultwork. Lots of colleagues here today, but if I am nifty I should be able to see someone after work and before dinner. I am not working late but they are.
So I chose a low cost option in the end, I found a Gentleman’s Club on Union street which is a parlour. The source was a recent Punternet review. Bit indiscrete, but it does have a hiding area behind the open front door so people can’t see you from the street while you are waiting for the second door to open.
Two women were working there and no one else was present. The place was remarkably clean, well decorated and well fitted out with good furniture and ornaments. Some care was shown. So there was no throwing you clothes on the floor.
I chose the Chinese lady for some company. The other lady was a very presentable white 40 year old. She felt she could not speak English well, but she could, she was very good at English. She is learning to read and write English at collage now, required for her full time job. We had an interesting chat about her job, and the Chinese addiction of gambling, with travel. She would love to go to Vegas.
We started off with a relaxing massage and then oral covered, full sex missionary and reverse.
One reason I suppose I chose a parlour and a Chinese lady is because I have started to read the book Invisible.
Invisible is an expose of the sex trade in the UK. How women are drawn into the sex trade, the abuse. The writing in the book and the cover quotes seem to suggest the author is an abolitionist, and found the trade abusive. Though in fairness the author, Hsiao-Hung Pai does not say she is an abolitionist, at least so far. She has worked undercover in other investigations mainly concerning employment in the catering industry. While working under cover, investigating migrant workers she found that there were many hints that women were also working in the sex industry. So this investigation was into the UK sex industry where she works as a housekeeper in brothels. What I am not sure about is the ethics of the filming she also did, which will appear in a Chanel 4 documentary.
The quotes on the cover of the book are quite horrendous, stating abuse and criminals, passages in the book talk about selling their bodies, all prohibitionist words.
In this chilling expose, investigative journalist Hsiao-Hung Pai works undercover as a housekeeper in a brothel and unveils the terrible reality of the British sex trade. Many workers are trapped, some are controlled – the lack of freedoms this invisible strait of society suffers is both shocking and scandalous and at odds with the idea of a modern Britain in the twenty-first century.
The quotes in the Guardian paper seemed to suggest a more nuanced problem, suggesting most women choose to work in the sex industry voluntarily, and to earn good money. I have started to read the book trying to reconcile these two seemingly disparate views. I get the impression the answer will be wages in mainline work are so poor, the work conditions in catering are abusive, sex work becomes the only profitable option for these women. The culprits will be the employers and Governments immigration laws.
So far in reading my reading, the abuse these women suffer are from their low wages (below legal minimum), abusive bosses in the catering industry where people are over worked, underpaid, and sexually abused. Illegal residency status makes it difficult for these women to report abuse. So they end up seeking higher employment in the sex industry. I have a way to go reading, and will report back later with a full report.
As for the Chinese lady I met, she complained it had been a quiet day. The previous day when she was not working, it had been busy. Now a school holiday was coming up next week, it would be quiet next week.