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Just for fun :D

If you ladies were allowed to advertise for staff to join your "company" how would you write the advert?

Flexible Hours?

Staff Incentive Bonuses?

Self Employed?

Any other ideas??

BVK

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We are allowed.

It is usually simple and says something like. Ladies required for busy agency.

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We are allowed.

It is usually simple and says something like. Ladies required for busy agency.

At the Jobcentre?

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At the Jobcentre?

The government put a stop to Jobcentre Plus accepting vacancies for jobs 'that involve the direct sexual stimulation of others' last August with legislation to follow:

http://www.dwp.gov.u...10-020810.shtml

(Jobcentre Plus were forced to accept vacancies in the sex industry in 2003 after Ann Summers went to the High Court to argue that the ban was unlawful.)

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The government put a stop to Jobcentre Plus accepting vacancies for jobs 'that involve the direct sexual stimulation of others' last August with legislation to follow:

http://www.dwp.gov.u...10-020810.shtml

(Jobcentre Plus were forced to accept vacancies in the sex industry in 2003 after Ann Summers went to the High Court to argue that the ban was unlawful.)

B

This isn't quite correct IMHO. Ann Summers won the case which cost Jobcentreplus £750,000 in costs. The judge ruled that Ann Summers was a respectable High Street store which was not surprising as Ann Summers is a respectable High Street store. Jobcentreplus afraid of any further court action then took the view, completely incorrectly I think, that they were forced to accept ads from every porn phone encounter line and lap dancing agency that cared to so advertise. This government has taken a much more sensible step referred to above. I doubt it requires primary legislation but hey let's pass a few more daft laws remembering Harriett's foray last year.

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This isn't quite correct IMHO. Ann Summers won the case which cost Jobcentreplus £750,000 in costs. The judge ruled that Ann Summers was a respectable High Street store which was not surprising as Ann Summers is a respectable High Street store. Jobcentreplus afraid of any further court action then took the view, completely incorrectly I think, that they were forced to accept ads from every porn phone encounter line and lap dancing agency that cared to so advertise. This government has taken a much more sensible step referred to above. I doubt it requires primary legislation but hey let's pass a few more daft laws remembering Harriett's foray last year.

My post essentially paraphrased the DWP press release which has been widely reported: it's the DWP press release which refers to passing legislation for example.

Whether Ann Summers is a 'respectable high street store' is of course a moot point.

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At the Jobcentre?

Lol. I missed that bit.xxx

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Just for fun :D

If you ladies were allowed to advertise for staff to join your "company" how would you write the advert?

Flexible Hours?

Staff Incentive Bonuses?

Self Employed?

Any other ideas??

BVK

How about:

Missionary work experience preferred, all late cummers welcome to apply, plenty of job satisfaction, uniforms provided, 'O' & 'A' levels will be considered.

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How about:

Missionary work experience preferred, all late cummers welcome to apply, plenty of job satisfaction, uniforms provided, 'O' & 'A' levels will be considered.

oral skills a must and protective clothing provided...... :lol:

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My post essentially paraphrased the DWP press release which has been widely reported: it's the DWP press release which refers to passing legislation for example.

Whether Ann Summers is a 'respectable high street store' is of course a moot point.

B

Without looking up the ruling, I'm certain that the judge actually said that Ann Summers was a respectable High Street store.

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Without looking up the ruling, I'm certain that the judge actually said that Ann Summers was a respectable High Street store.

I wasn't questioning who said what, but merely pointing out that to many, Ann Summers stores would be considered anything but respectable (albeit limited maybe the Daily Mail reading man/woman on the Clapham omnibus)

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