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Offline Matium

You here a lot of talk from academics that the difference between Men and Women is that Men are competitive whilst Women are collaborative, ie, men, inherit the hunter-gatherer's instinct to stand out from the tribe and claim the largest beast as his prize, whilst women as nurturers instinctively support, aid and abet each other.

What a load of bollocks!

Take a survey of a 100 women and you'll find that a majority prefer to have a man and not a woman as their boss because the atmosphere in an all female office is incredibly bitchy and full of backbiting and rancour.

You will know from your own experiences that women compete against each other in the workplace.

Take prostitutes, if there were a genuine collaborative instinct amongst women they would have formed the National Union of Prostitutes decades ago, the fact that it still does not exist shows that prostitutes are competitive not collaborative.

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Nothing to do with the fact that most girls wouldn't want their real name on a list of hookers then? :P


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Offline SteveNova

There is an English Collective of Prostitutes, which is part of the International Prostitutes Collective.  Their web site has some interesting articles.
http://www.prostitutescollective.net/

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« Last Edit: June 14, 2011, 10:49:13 PM by SteveNova »

Offline Lurtz

When I think about my male friends/colleagues/family members I tend to think of them as decent blokes who are easy-going and like a laugh. The women however are more complex: manipulative, controlling complainers who over-analyze everything and fly into hissy-fits at regular intervals. But it's nice to have them around because they look pretty.

Offline Strawberry

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I'm also in the IUSW via the GMB, and we have the SAAFE website were prostitutes provide free help, support and advice to each other- either by contributing to articles, posting on the forum or directly via email or pm.

Offline Louisa Leigh

I'm also in the IUSW via the GMB, and we have the SAAFE website were prostitutes provide free help, support and advice to each other- either by contributing to articles, posting on the forum or directly via email or pm.

All of those and a little bit more in my job were my experience in the industry comes in very useful.
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Offline SteveNova

All of those and a little bit more in my job were my experience in the industry comes in very useful.
I'm trying to work out what job would benefit from experience in the sex industry  :P

Offline Matium

How many prostitutes are actually aware of the English Collective of Prostitutes? the vast majority are not even aware of Saafe.

The English Collective of Prostitutes is very much on the margins, a National Union of Prostitutes would have legitimately represented the 80,000 prostitutes in Britain, however it doesn't exist and probably never will.

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How many prostitutes are actually aware of the English Collective of Prostitutes? the vast majority are not even aware of Saafe.

The English Collective of Prostitutes is very much on the margins, a National Union of Prostitutes would have legitimately represented the 80,000 prostitutes in Britain, however it doesn't exist and probably never will.

Prostitution is a very isolating profession, it tends to only be those who are internet savvy who interact with each other, although there are independent projects out there that try to break that isolation. It's not as if you start your first day and are handed information about 'unions' out there, and they don't get much publicity. The net result is that yes, a lot of WGs have not heard of these organisations.

Offline James999

Prostitution is a very isolating profession, it tends to only be those who are internet savvy who interact with each other, although there are independent projects out there that try to break that isolation. It's not as if you start your first day and are handed information about 'unions' out there, and they don't get much publicity. The net result is that yes, a lot of WGs have not heard of these organisations.

Very true, and a lot of Pro$$ies like to avoid other pro$$ies as often the older ones (semi retired) want to pimp them or earn off them.

As for the organisations, young girls who become pro$$ies are after money (usually as a result of an addiction , problem or pressure) and the last thing thye want to do is surf the net to find sites liek SAFE etc, and the reality is that those sites temd to be the domain of the older / semi retired pro$$ie with time on her hands, and they post up endless lists of numbers of "no shows" and complain about guys that don't show or are late etc, simply as they have nothing else to do.

As for unions, most girls want to stay off the radar (Benefits / tax etc) and would rather not be associated with any organisation, there will be exceptions of course.



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