A Welsh student has described herself as "amazed and disgusted" at a couple of Jobcentre Plus ads punting for nude webcam operators at £10 an hour plus 50 per cent commission, the BBC reports. Anna Ellis-Jones, who's studying for a Masters degree in heritage management, spied the "sad, pitiful and depressing" opportunties in …
Refering to my earlier comment
i think there should be a prize for the first LEGITIMATE piccy of this young lady
Maybe then comments can rest easy.
oh - @ Tom Watson - nice effort dude. shame no cigar !!
c'mon. the challenge is on !!!!
>I wonder how they cope with age/sex discrimination?
Anti discrimination doesn't guarantee a person will get a job if they can't perform at an acceptable level. This is why you don't see many people in wheelchairs digging up roads for the council. They could probably do it but the work rate would be too low to justify employment cost. The point is you can't decide *just* based on a persons age etc all other things being equal.
Right this is clearly an issue of Sexploitation but as it probably gets tossers off benefits, saves my taxes, pays them a decent wage and then earns taxes from them its got to be a good thing!
Hell i am even in favour of poppy cultivation, stop all those dam imports, create jobs, save taxes, increase tax revenue, help the balance of payments. Might as well its not as if were actually trying to reduce the number of smack heads, they have their own role models now and everything.
This isnt news its just capitalism and stuff, if they can make money off some sad numpty who pays them to strip via webcam then who cares. I mean FFS we have strip clubs and they are much better value for money ............ erm .............. allegedly!
>> If you think there's nothing wrong with "sex work", just answer this:
>> Would you want your daughter to do it?
I don't think there are many jobs I would be happy for 18 *month* old daughter to do.
Would you want your daughter to do IT?
I went into I.T. against my father's wishes. He didn't think it was a good career choice (and 25 years on I'm finally ready to agree!). While there are many legal professions I wouldn't want to see my kids go into either, if they choose one of them when they are adults they will probably tell me to mind my own business when I comment about their choice (which of course I will, it's a parental duty).
Yes, the sex trade is full of forced, trafficked, tricked, drugged and desperate people. That is a huge problem, and legalisation doesn't solve it overnight either. But it also has willing participants (porn stars, playboy bunnies, strippers, chat/cam operators, girls-gone-wild, and pricey prostitutes to the stars/politicians).
Maybe if a legal brothel could legally advertise for prostitutes and recruit locally for the willing, the market for trafficked ones would get a lot less profitable.
Now that I think of it, if my daughter started in porno and ended up inheriting $200,000,000 from her dead 95 years old oil barron husband-of-only-3-years by the time she was 35 I'd say she was doing rather better for herself than I'll ever be able to!
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