ZombieBear

Masseuse Working In Childcare

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Hi guys. I'm not a regular poster on here but have a bit of a dilemma and would like to know the opinions of those who wouldn't instantly dismiss prostitute/escort types as.... whatever the general opinion is.

I know of a girl who has been working in a 'massage' place for some years now who a while ago said that she was thinking of looking for a "proper job" as the gap since her last is getting bigger and she "can't keep doing this forever".

What really got me thinking was when she mentioned that the line of work she was looking in was in child care and recently she announced that she has been offered a job in a nursery working Monday to Friday and that she was going to keep doing whatever to whoever walks in and pays the money, on Saturdays. Using the same hands and mouth that she'll be handling and talking to (unknowing) peoples children with through the week!

I know i'm probably being a really narrow minded but having discussed this with a (non/anti-punting) friend, he has suggested that i send some e-mails around various nurseries in the area to warn let them know.

I accept that i'm doubtless in for a barrage of abuse on this post but i really can't get it out of my head.

ZB..

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Since you pm'd me asking why your post has not been put up, I have decided to put it up and let our community deal with you as they see fit.

Just to add, your attitude is vile.

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Hi guys. I'm not a regular poster on here but have a bit of a dilemma and would like to know the opinions of those who wouldn't instantly dismiss prostitute/escort types as.... whatever the general opinion is.

I know of a girl who has been working in a 'massage' place for some years now who a while ago said that she was thinking of looking for a "proper job" as the gap since her last is getting bigger and she "can't keep doing this forever".

What really got me thinking was when she mentioned that the line of work she was looking in was in child care and recently she announced that she has been offered a job in a nursery working Monday to Friday and that she was going to keep doing whatever to whoever walks in and pays the money, on Saturdays. Using the same hands and mouth that she'll be handling and talking to (unknowing) peoples children with through the week!

I know i'm probably being a really narrow minded but having discussed this with a (non/anti-punting) friend, he has suggested that i send some e-mails around various nurseries in the area to warn let them know.

I accept that i'm doubtless in for a barrage of abuse on this post but i really can't get it out of my head.

ZB..

I think she may probably have washed them since. I'm not going to hurl any abuse at you, but I think you're wrong, why should having worked as an escort eliminate her from any other type of occupation? It's not as if being an escort means you are a child molester, in fact some of the experience in dealing with the likes of us, ok me, is probably a positive. Strongly suggest that you don't send the emails.

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You are unreal......

This is like saying a mother should not be allowed to kiss her children goodnight if she has given her husband a blow job. What this women does in her spare time is no differnet to what any married couple with small children do, she just gets paid for it.

As for telling people about her, if I found out where you work is it acceptable for me to go round and e-mail all people assocciated with your "proper job" and tell them you pay for it........

Didn't think so!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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As long as she is hygenic and good with the kids I don't see how it would be a problem. When working in a nursery setting it is best if you regularly wash your hands for at least 2 minutes and all places that stick to the word of the law will insist on you using disposable gloves and a disposabe apron when changing children and gloves when treating an injurd child. Also, I can't think of what she would be doing with them with her mouth. :huh:

I know this because I trained as a carer before I decided it wasn't for me.

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Are you really going to do that? Sending some e-mails around various nurseries in the area to warn let them know...

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Member abuse is frowned upon here, but your really making yourself a target ZombieBear. What do you think she'll do try and ply her trade and groom the kids until they are a legal age? Are the kids going to catch something from her? As for "warning" the nurseries, that's cuntish ignorant behavior.

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You are right.

You are being small and narrow minded.

The question is whether she is qualified to look after the children or not. Her other work is not relevant, she is not a sex offender presumably as this would come up in any CRB checks.

I would be more concerned if some of her clients were looking after children!

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I would be more concerned if some of her clients were looking after children!

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The vast majority of women working in this industry are mums trying to make life better for their kids. Most strike me as excellent people to be in child care.

Consider us punters - we would be most put out if punting were to show on a CRB as it's completely irrelevant as to how we treat children.

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All fair points. My point is nothing to do with child molestation or anything sex offender-ish, just a matter of what would the parents of the kids think if they knew.

Will walk away from the girl and try to forget it, not be sending any mails

Thanks for listening and opinions

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I believe a significant number of masseuses and wg's come from the caring professions so why should what this lady proposes to do it be a problem to anyone ?

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Mailing nurseries or, anyone else for that matter in this manner, could easily be classed as harassment.

Edited by Strawberry

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To my knowledge, a fair number of escorts have also worked in caring professions such as nursing or childcare, or continue to do so if part-time. It's not by any means an unusual, or even surprising, combination.

If you are not a troll, I would suggest that you need to gain a bit more insight into this industry.

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Why not go the whole hog and put posters up around her home and then maybe let her family know too !!!

you really do live up to the first part of you name!

good grief !

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Note to self, try not to post from iphone as brevity often results in meaning being lost :unsure:

Anyway, the point I was failing to make was that in the punter/provider relationship it is the punter that is more likely to be the perv.

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ZB. Firstly provided the lady does a good job in looking after the children it is nobody else’s business that she also works in a parlour! :mad: What do you mean “if the parents knew”? They aren’t going to find out unless some total shit decides to tell them, are they you ****! :rolleyes: How do you know the parents aren’t punters and WGs themselves eh? I can’t believe you would even consider sending emails to local nurseries to “warn” them of her; what exactly are you “warning” them about!? She is trying to make a life for herself and some total **** even considers trying to wreck it? :angry: For what!? How would you like it if someone spread the news around your work that you’re a punter eh?

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All fair points. My point is nothing to do with child molestation or anything sex offender-ish, just a matter of what would the parents of the kids think if they knew.

Will walk away from the girl and try to forget it, not be sending any mails

Thanks for listening and opinions

If you're not worried about the safety of the children then

1. who gives a shit what the parents would think if they knew? and

2. what gives you the right to enlighten them?

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OK, I'm going to go against the grain here.

Firstly, points of note.

1. I have nothing against prostitution, and do not consider it immoral.

2. I respect the right of a person to earn a living as a sex worker, if they choose that.

HOWEVER, lets not lose sight of the realities of the situation here. Take out the fact that one job is "children" and the other is "sex."

Firstly, no doubt her contract will oblige her to mention other forms of income/employment (you can't take one job and do another secretly, whatever that may be.)

So, she is in effect accepting a job without telling her employers that she also earns money doing IT IS SOMEONE ELSES BUSINESS if she does two jobs.

If she is outed by the press (a bad thing, but one that can happen) or is involved in any dispute with anyone regarding her parlour job, it could also affect the nursery too. So, it IS their business where their employees are working at "second jobs."

If I ran a nursery (or bakery, butchers shop, airline or whatever) I would not expect my staff to be earning money secretly "on the side" in any other profession, unless I was made aware- and could make a decision about employing them.

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1. who gives a shit what the parents would think if they knew?

The people who run the nursery- her employers. They certainly have a right to know. I'm NOT saying she should be outed, but I do think it's unethical to take a job (any job) without telling your employer you are doing another one (any other one) at the same time.

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And you thought Punternet was a forum for the enlightened. Prejudice is alive and well at WG central, it seems. Beyond that, no comment as words completely fail me. All I can say is that I'd trust Chloe (and any of her mates that she'd care to nominate) with looking after my kids anytime. Good people are good people, end of.

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The people who run the nursery- her employers. They certainly have a right to know. I'm NOT saying she should be outed, but I do think it's unethical to take a job (any job) without telling your employer you are doing another one (any other one) at the same time.

Partially agree, although bear in mind I was responding to the OP's suggestion ;)

I believe you do have an obligation to tell an employer that you have another job. However, what is she going to say? I am a part-time masseuse and am going to continue doing that? With all the prejudices likely to arise I doubt anyone is going to admit to being a prostitute to a prospective employer, nor should she need to.

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I think it's disgusting. Wouldn't want anyone handling my parts after they've been handling grubby little children. :D

All joking aside, I think the OP is way out of line and is a complete bell end.

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OK, I'm going to go against the grain here.

Firstly, points of note.

1. I have nothing against prostitution, and do not consider it immoral.

2. I respect the right of a person to earn a living as a sex worker, if they choose that.

HOWEVER, lets not lose sight of the realities of the situation here. Take out the fact that one job is "children" and the other is "sex."

Firstly, no doubt her contract will oblige her to mention other forms of income/employment (you can't take one job and do another secretly, whatever that may be.)

So, she is in effect accepting a job without telling her employers that she also earns money doing IT IS SOMEONE ELSES BUSINESS if she does two jobs.

If she is outed by the press (a bad thing, but one that can happen) or is involved in any dispute with anyone regarding her parlour job, it could also affect the nursery too. So, it IS their business where their employees are working at "second jobs."

If I ran a nursery (or bakery, butchers shop, airline or whatever) I would not expect my staff to be earning money secretly "on the side" in any other profession, unless I was made aware- and could make a decision about employing them.

WHY?

What business is it of yours, as an employer, what your staff do in their OWN time?

You pay them to work for you between set hours. You do not own them. What they do in the two-thirds of their day that you have not paid for is entirely their own affair.

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Who do you think you are to interefere in another persons life plans? It is none of your business.

Has she committed a crime? To work with children she will need an enhanced police check. If she passes she is entitled to work with children.

You realise all emails can be traced. Without exception, and you would be found very easily.

The question then goes something like this: How do you know this lady was a sex worker? Do you have an answer? What were you doing?

I suppose she has worked towards some sort of qualifications such as NVQ or similar in childcare, which will be compulsory as of next year.

Anyone who wants a new life or change of career should be allowed to do so without prejudice.

Some of the working ladies I have met are excellent mums, simply excellent.

Maybe you could support her in her plans, and encourage the change if she so desires it.

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