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Offline smiths

I visit several self-employed people that don't have such signs including an accredited sports masseur, as well as another registered professional who works from home. Neither have "No smoking" signs on their premises.

I don't smoke, state this on my website, and in my AW profile also say that I request smokers to refrain whilst visiting me. In fact I don't allow anyone to smoke here and do clarify this verbally if anyone asks me Would this also extend to outcalls?If I'm at a client's house doesn't that then become the workplace?

How about a drug dealer?I suppose if his customers visit his house then perhaps he should have signs erected. I know that's not quite the same since his activities are illegal but a similar situation regards regulation, taxes etc.

In my experience most WGs i punt with are smokers, all i ask is their breath is fresh but as a non smoker i can often still smell it unfortunately. I wouldnt rule out punting with smokers as that would drastically limit my options so its something i have to put up with on occassion. I always have fresh breath spray on me and when i use it first most ladies ask for some too so that helps a bit. :)

Offline cunnyhunt

A lot of us do our work from home, when we had a presentation about the smoking rules for the office your home did not apply, but if you were with a non smoker you should not smoke in the same room as them as respect.

If a wg smokes, so what, do not visit.

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Just ignore James. He'll be asking if you have licenses for any CDs you play next :rolleyes: or maybe ask to see your health & safety certificates, the logbook for a fire extinguisher, and opening your rubbish to see if you have recycled your bottles.
:lol:

Maybe it comes under "WG inspection service fetish." ;)

From a more normal punting perspective it's just a case of fresh breath or not.

Offline Mellow

I may have mentioned this previously, but the Anti-smoking legislation allows for some exceptions. Prison springs to mind. But there is also another i.e if smoking is required during an "artistic" performance, it is allowed to be done within the workplace. The authorities had in mind theatrical performance. So, if the wg can not perform a smoking blow-job without a cigarette, she is fully within the scope of the law, to light one up in her workplace.

Offline Matium

Prostitution is not illegal but it is deemed immoral, as such, the relevant legislation restricting smoking does not apply to it.

Offline James999

Prostitution is deemed immoral, as such, the relevant legislation restricting smoking does not apply to it.

Can you point me in the direction of the section of the legislation that excludes immoral behaviour.

The legislation I have read does show some exemptions, Prisons, Hotel deignated smoking rooms etc but no mention of Immoral or indeed prostitution in the exemptions.
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Prostitution is not illegal but it is deemed immoral, as such, the relevant legislation restricting smoking does not apply to it.

Interesting - could you expand??

In an urge to 'lighten things up here', I thought I'd add this report on prostitution & smoking laws:
Health & Safety laws ban prostitutes smoking on street corners

And on a serious but uplifting note, I noticed a piece by one of the world's foremost contemporary philosophers on law & prostitution.
Here's a short version.
And here's the full (but eminently readable if you are inclined) paper.

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UKIP reacted against the new anti-smoking stuff, I believe. I kind of think regulation would be a good way to go with all drugs, including cigarettes and alcohol. You could maybe have a system where you swipe a card when you buy drink, drugs or cigarettes. If you'd persistently offended with alcohol related abuse, sales could more easily be limited at the point before someone has too many. Age criteria would be included on all such things. As addiction of all kinds is a drain on the public purse, rehabilitation could more easily be introduced. The same goes for prostitution and punting and it is not surprising that UKIP are for regulation (roughly speaking) and decriminalisation of those too.
http://www.indhome.com/2010/11/ukip-leader-decriminalise-prostitution-drugs-hunting-smoking-pubs/

At the moment, perhaps they are potentially the only party offering a true choice (just as Maggie, in the opposite direction, did, festering excuse for a woman though she was). But before we get all excited about a new 'liberal' party, one had to remember that the LibDems found it easy to pontificate than politically rule with their ideas, hence their downfall.

And UKIP's 'official' policies have been on hold since some time last year . . .

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.....You could maybe have a system where you swipe a card when you buy drink, drugs or cigarettes. If you'd persistently offended with alcohol related abuse, sales could more easily be limited at the point before someone has too many. .....
Another reason for people to start robbing, forging etc.  It's the law abiding who'll get hit.  They would need to make exceptions for parties etc.  You would also need to define, how much is too much.  I know working women who can go through periods of drinking a bottle of wine or two a night, just chatting with friends after a stressful day.  They aren't driving or doing anyone any harm, they stop after a while - but it is a coping mechanism for some when stressed.  It's not illegal.  Where do you draw the line with these things?

Offline Mellow

I may have mentioned this previously, but the Anti-smoking legislation allows for some exceptions. Prison springs to mind. But there is also another i.e if smoking is required during an "artistic" performance, it is allowed to be done within the workplace. The authorities had in mind theatrical performance. So, if the wg can not perform a smoking blow-job without a cigarette, she is fully within the scope of the law, to light one up in her workplace.
Found it (if anyone is interested}http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2007/765/regulation/6/made

Offline Mellow

Another reason for people to start robbing, forging etc.  It's the law abiding who'll get hit.  They would need to make exceptions for parties etc.  You would also need to define, how much is too much.  I know working women who can go through periods of drinking a bottle of wine or two a night, just chatting with friends after a stressful day.  They aren't driving or doing anyone any harm, they stop after a while - but it is a coping mechanism for some when stressed.  It's not illegal.  Where do you draw the line with these things?


It has to be said....... If a person is on benefits, he/she wouldn't be at all happy for the authorities to know that she/he is drinking a tenner of wine a night.

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It has to be said....... If a person is on benefits, he/she wouldn't be at all happy for the authorities to know that she/he is drinking a tenner of wine a night.

They'd just get someone else to buy it for them, simples.

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Another reason for people to start robbing, forging etc.  It's the law abiding who'll get hit.  They would need to make exceptions for parties etc.  You would also need to define, how much is too much.  I know working women who can go through periods of drinking a bottle of wine or two a night, just chatting with friends after a stressful day.  They aren't driving or doing anyone any harm, they stop after a while - but it is a coping mechanism for some when stressed.  It's not illegal.  Where do you draw the line with these things?

With drink, at the discretion of the pub unless the person is under-age. With cigarettes, anyone unless under-age, with weed, discretion advised if convicted of driving under the influence, with harder drugs, simply on a scientific basis - eg at the pharmacist's discretion if the purchaser is buying at a rate that could produce addiction or caught supplying to anyone else, with punting, if the punter had been convicted of violence against women the WG would at least know and be able to refuse if she wanted to, with prostitution, if the WG hadn't had periodic health tests then the punter could use discretion.

Not a brilliant system cos it's too much too soon. But in a libertarian society all such things should be allowed if done responsibly and without harm to others. At least having an idea in mind would reduce piecemeal, costly, unscientific, and frequently self-defeating legislation.

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There are plenty of systems already in place for staggered regulation. For instance, you can buy asprin over the counter, other drugs at the pharmacist's discretion, stronger drugs still only with prescription, and the strongest/most dangerous (such as barbiturates) only with an extensive paper trail.

Regulation, used lightly and judiciously, can encourage freedom and prevent serious abuse. There are regulatory systems that work (such as prescriptions) and those that are highly flawed (such as what's allowed on your carry-on luggage).  Regulation isn't good or bad, it's more down to the system used and how it's implemented.

Offline Lurtz

I visit several self-employed people that don't have such signs including an accredited sports masseur, as well as another registered professional who works from home. Neither have "No smoking" signs on their premises.

I don't smoke, state this on my website, and in my AW profile also say that I request smokers to refrain whilst visiting me. In fact I don't allow anyone to smoke here and do clarify this verbally if anyone asks me Would this also extend to outcalls?If I'm at a client's house doesn't that then become the workplace?

How about a drug dealer?I suppose if his customers visit his house then perhaps he should have signs erected. I know that's not quite the same since his activities are illegal but a similar situation regards regulation, taxes etc.

It is your duty to report them asap.

Offline Lurtz

Just been looking at some signs, I'd be happy to have one although might spoil the homely ambience I like to create.

By the way read a quick guide for workers visiting clients in their homes. Whilst private premises are exempt it appears if a "personal care" service is being provided then these are exluded from this exemption. I would say WGs do provide a service that could be classed as personal care, and thus client's premises should therefore be smoke free too. Perhaps I could have a portable sign for outcalls?

 :P

Some girls are best described as providing impersonal care. The only upside being you can wallow in your post-coital sorrows with a Hamlet cigar and you won't be breaking the law.

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If you were a social worker / care assistant / what-the-fuck assistant, providing lifeline assistance to a dying man, would you deny him a cigarette in his own home on the basis that you were working? I don't think so. Prostitutes and punters can make their strong preferences clear before meeting if they want to.

Offline Daffodil

I'd rather not punt with a smoker but, as previously mentioned, the majority of WGs do seem to smoke. Not seeing smokers would massively reduce the choice.
Judging from the number of girls on AW who either do not list their smoking status or state they smoke socially (when in fact it's a regular habit) suggests it is a turnoff for potential punters and reduces the number of bookings a girl takes.
As an interesting (to me at least) and related fact, women who smoke are more likely to develop cervical cancer. It isn't cause and effect (like lung cancer and smoking) but because women who smoke are more likely to also sleep around and pick up HPV. Just saying.

Offline Fannytastico

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.....women who smoke are more likely to also sleep around.....
Eh?

Offline Daffodil

Eh?

That is the believed link between the two. Smoking is not directly carcinogenic to the cervix, unless perphaps in certain sex fetishes?!  ;) Nonetheless the rate of cervical cancer is higher in smokers.
Maybe its risk taking behaviour. Somebody who takes up smoking is more likely to take part in other risky activities.
Certainly from my own experience, the girls I have met in life who smoke are more likely to be sexually promiscuous. School was a good example, the girls who took up smoking where also the ones you would hear about being easy.
« Last Edit: March 11, 2011, 06:16:25 PM by Daffodil »

Offline TeenKylie

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I am only a social smoker. Mostly when I am out and having a drink but don't smoke on a day to day basis. I do however get guys with a smoking fetish and they want me to smoke on the booking and some to give then a smokey blow job ect ;) But i make sure I never smell of smoke or my place and especially for clients who really do not like it.

Offline smiths

I am only a social smoker. Mostly when I am out and having a drink but don't smoke on a day to day basis. I do however get guys with a smoking fetish and they want me to smoke on the booking and some to give then a smokey blow job ect ;) But i make sure I never smell of smoke or my place and especially for clients who really do not like it.

As a non smoker i can pick up the smell of smoke at many WGs premises, as long as the WG herself doesnt smell of smoke especially her breath then thats ok with me. As i said before at parties its like a smog filled room sometimes the smoke is so thick burning my eyes, best to stay in the shagging rooms where smoking isnt allowed. ;)

Offline AnthG

It does seem the majority of Escorts smoke for some reason. Its rare to find one who doesn't.

Before seeing my first Escort I thought it would be something i would have a problem with, mainly from seeing the scene in Forrest Gump where they book Escorts and he objects to it as she tasted so bad of cigarettes. And I was worried of being in a session putting up with someone that tastes foul too.

But then on an appointment with my joint favourite Escort on kissing her and smelling her breath, it smelt great. I asked her what it was that made her breath smell so nice and she said he had a menthol cigarette before the session. I was taken aback by this.

Since then I have not really had too much a problem of booking with smokers. I think it is only an issue once the Escort is getting on in years and my motto is to never see an Escort over 27 so I get the ones who still smell really nice anyway due to their age.


Offline softlad

I do however get guys with a smoking fetish and they want me to smoke on the booking and some to give then a smokey blow job ect

Each to their own and all that.....
But that sounds awful to me, I would never subject my 'manhood' to second hand smoke.  :(


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