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Author Topic: Love for Sale with Rupert Everett - Channel 4  (Read 15812 times)

Offline socks

  When will these stupid twats realise that will never stop it, merely drive it ever more underground and make it increasingly dangerous for the women they are allegedly trying to protect.  :angry:

...and indeed when will these stupid twats realise that their morality isn't the only morality. I see absolutely nothing wrong whatsoever with anyone choosing to sell sex, or buy sex. There's plenty wrong with forced labour, trafficking, exploitation, pimps, abuse and slavery but that's got nothing to do with prostitution, other than the fact that it exists in the industry, to a greater or lesser extent than it exists in every industry. We are all prostitutes. We only differ by that of ourselves which we are willing or able to sell.  :dash:

Who'd like the soap box now?

Online Jimmyredcab

Just finished watching it.

Firstly I actually didn't know Rupert Everett before. I'd heard of his name, but didn't know him. He's certainly posh!

To be honest I found it a bit boring.

I turned off when he got talking to the tranny hookers in France.     :vomit:

Well Jimmy you missed a good programme I thought.

Who is the woman in Exeter(?) who claims to orgasm with each client-would like to meet her-what does she charge?

And who is the Brazilian at £700ph-can she possibly be worth it-even for those with money to burn?

Offline Xerxes

Just watched it with my wife. She wanted someone to talk to about R. Everett's botox and cosmetic surgery.

Well, better that than "How come you know so much about prostitutes?"

Offline maxQ

there is no way she is making 700 an hour

Offline Johny Stone

she had blisters and was a bit hairy..

Online Jimmyredcab

Well Jimmy you missed a good programme I thought.


He also came out with statistics that he had no way of proving ----------------- he said that 15% of UK pro$$ies work off the streets -------------- there are no records kept of how many pro$$ies are in the industry.    :crazy:


Offline akauya

I liked one thing Rupert said near the end of the programme, that sex has always been sold, even in marriages. That is very true, sex has been used as a commodity throughout history and in all walks of life. A lot of people tend to ignore that fact.

I'm looking forward to the next episode about punters... oh by the way Hi Rupert, I bet you're been reading this forum, or at least your researchers have ;)


Just watched on Ch4+1 playback.

Agree with NIK not overly impressed and when at end the Irish bint who whored herself for 7 years now is a sanctimonious cunt.

She now wants the so called stigmatism of suppressed women righted by criminalising the men who pay these often devious scheming ladies who don't always give great service but later cry wolf if anyone dare complain.

I'll give next weeks show a look but it will need to improve greatly to keep my attention and interest.

Offline Falstaff

The fool from Dublin is Rachel Moran. Claims to have worked the scene there but others don't recall her being around when she says she was.

Offline NIK

The fool from Dublin is Rachel Moran. Claims to have worked the scene there but others don't recall her being around when she says she was.

Her fucking accent would be enough to put me off!  :scare:


http://www.english-courtesan.co.uk/

I love the way this one's website says she's "Sex worker of the year, 2013"!  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  Who awarded that title?!

I've not seen the programme yet [fell asleep on the sofa before it began! :wacko:]; will catch it on 4OD later this week.

Curious6705


Offline mcardle464

I thought it was a good programme.  The audience for this isn't us punters.  It is the general public, many of whom think most sex workers are the drug-addled coarse sluts of popular discourse. That is what allows the new puritans like the Irish woman on the show, and more importantly the authoritarian legislators to try to impose their rules on this activity.

It is a battle between the likes of "belle de jour" and the Mary Whitehouses of today and we ought to be appreciative of an attempt to show the reality.

Offline CBPaul

I thought it was entertaining, Rupert Everett can clearly speak with experience and authority and is plain talking and very matter of fact, unlike the titillating programmes recently by the Stacy bird and the other one. - so memorable that I can't remember her name.

At least it tried to explore as many different types of prostitute in a short amount of time - the type most of us partake in plus street girls, high class, gay, tranny and so on. It's an important distinction to make and the Irish girl at the end, if she had really been on the game, evidently started young and would no doubt have been coerced / forced. She's a classic example of people thinking that all prossies are trafficked, groomed, forced and so on.

Given that only an estimated 15% of British prostitutes are streetwalkers, I think they had maybe too much airtime.  Abolitionists like to claim that former "happy hookers" like Brooke Magnanti are "unrepresentative" whereas it's actually the streetwalkers who are unrepresentative of most prostitutes.


But I expect the second programme will be better in that regard.  The focus will be on clients, and I doubt that manny who pick up streetwalkers will be available for interview, so I expect to see more guys like us: clients of indies and parlours etc.

I just hope there's a good selection, including those for whom punting is the only alternative to involuntary celibacy (those in sexless marriages, and the disabled).  That would help get the message across that prostitutes provide a useful service to society.


Offline akauya

I thought it was a good programme.  The audience for this isn't us punters.  It is the general public, many of whom think most sex workers are the drug-addled coarse sluts of popular discourse. That is what allows the new puritans like the Irish woman on the show, and more importantly the authoritarian legislators to try to impose their rules on this activity.

It is a battle between the likes of "belle de jour" and the Mary Whitehouses of today and we ought to be appreciative of an attempt to show the reality.

I thought it was entertaining, Rupert Everett can clearly speak with experience and authority and is plain talking and very matter of fact, unlike the titillating programmes recently by the Stacy bird and the other one. - so memorable that I can't remember her name.

At least it tried to explore as many different types of prostitute in a short amount of time - the type most of us partake in plus street girls, high class, gay, tranny and so on. It's an important distinction to make and the Irish girl at the end, if she had really been on the game, evidently started young and would no doubt have been coerced / forced. She's a classic example of people thinking that all prossies are trafficked, groomed, forced and so on.


Well said gentlemen; that was my take on the programme too but I was waiting for someone to say it for me :D




Offline mcardle464

@ pierrot

thanks for that, it does seem to point to Rachel Moran making things up to suit her agenda. I recommend people follow the link as it didn't seem to be possible to copy and paste from the document.

Offline GeeWiz

Bit slow I thought, but he's sympathetic to the cause which made it refreshing.  Not sure about Russell Brand in next week's episode but time will tell.

I'm sure I'm not the only one who paused to read the dodgy punters board at the agency.  Some of those guys - user names clear as day - are in for a surprise.

Offline maxQ

Bit slow I thought, but he's sympathetic to the cause which made it refreshing.  Not sure about Russell Brand in next week's episode but time will tell.

I'm sure I'm not the only one who paused to read the dodgy punters board at the agency.  Some of those guys - user names clear as day - are in for a surprise.

I doubt the dodgy punters were using their real names

Brand might be good, I assume he will admit to being a punter, most people think of the average punter as some kind of socal outcast, that most woman would never want to talk to, never mind shag, so having the likes of brand tell a different story is a good thing

Offline GeeWiz

I doubt the dodgy punters were using their real names

Yeah, I meant in terms of them finding out what the agency think of them.  If "Britain's most boring man" tuned in for example, it's a fair bet that he won't be using their services again.



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