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The ladies of our Brisbane brothel are exquisite. Their experience allows them to find the heart of your fantasies and give you a memorable experience at our brothel in Brisbane. Updated August 03, Queensland's legal brothel operators have been taking a cold shower over the past year due to the economic downturn. Far from being a licence to print money, statistics suggest running a brothel in Queensland is actually quite a business challenge.
And it is getting tougher. Since the Queensland population has grown by more than 12 per cent. Moves to revise and liberalise Queensland's Prostitution Act have been twice rejected by the Crime and Misconduct Commission on the grounds of preventing organised crime. But the State Government now says the law that bans brothels from conducting outcall services is under review. She says a flagging post-global financial crisis economy and unregulated competitors are contributing to the chill.
You're paying for condoms, lube, gloves, you have to supply everything," she said. Winter's always slower but it's like a complete winter all year.
Ms Rogers argues brothels should be allowed to run outcall services and that prostitution itself should be decriminalised so sex workers cannot be charged for going to work. The most regular police charge is that of "knowingly participating in the provision of prostitution by another", because private workers are required to work alone.
A private worker from regional Queensland, known as Chelsea, has told the ABC the law has been the bane of her existence for a decade. She argues all forms of prostitution should be legalised to reduce the stigma that still hangs over sex work.
The CMC has suggested that allowing brothels to run outcall services opens the door to fraudulent calls and money laundering, but Chelsea does not believe that could ever be a problem. When the Prostitution Act passed in , then premier Peter Beattie faced stern opposition from Christian lobby groups. The Beattie government's move came more than a decade after the Fitzgerald Inquiry detailed widespread official corruption linked to illegal brothels and casinos.
The CMC is determined to ensure those days remain in the past and thus far it has been successful. Brothel licensees operate under strict regulations. Sexual escort services are illegal, but still exist. In its review of the industry, the CMC concluded the illegal sex trade was likely to be larger than the legal industry.
In Queensland, brothels can have a maximum of five rooms. Alcohol is not allowed on the premises. By law, brothels cannot offer outcalls. This puts them in jealous competition with private sex workers who can make house calls. I can understand the CMC's concerns about going back to the old days when corruption and organised crime were rife in the sex industry in Queensland, but the status quo cannot be sustained. In submissions to the CMC, both Queensland Police and the state's Prostitution Licensing Authority supported any move to grant outcall services to brothels.
Queensland University criminal law professor Andreas Schloenhardt has been reviewing the industry since He says escort services must eventually be permitted. In a statement, Queensland Police Minister Jack Dempsey has told the ABC the possibility of allowing the state's licensed brothels to conduct outcalls is currently being assessed.
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