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Offline gari54

Clearly she was banking on the idea that even if she was recognised, no parent/husband looking on AW was going to go public about it and expose the fact that they use prossies.
And maybe she thought that the risk of one of her classes parents which is obviously a very small number actually seeing it is ridiculously low.
This idea could and probably did work for years. After all how many people on here would be willing to risk their punting being exposed?

Offline Mr XL

This is being discussed on another forum and not one person has pointed out the the woman was totally stupid to show her face on a prostitution web-site, I have no sympathy for her at all, teaching in a strict Catholic school while working as a part time prossie is a recipe for disaster ------------------ how she found punters at £150 an hour is a total mystery to me.   :wacko:

Totally agree with you.

She was being blatantly hypocritical. Bit like a Rabbi openly admitting enjoying a Bacon Sarnie; legal but not really what you'd expect.

What most people don't seem to realise about hypocrisy is that you can get away with it by being discreet (covering it up) but to blatantly advertise hypocrisy is a complete no no.

Even politicians would struggle with that.  :rolleyes:

I note a lot of the comments on the other forum backing this foolish girl.

Offline Jimmyredcab



I note a lot of the comments on the other forum backing this foolish girl.

Yes, exactly ----------------- very few people accept that she determined her own destiny. Their main argument is that prostitution is not illegal, while that may well be true it is regarded as immoral by the vast majority of the general public, if a girl has a job in a religious school and wishes to moonlight as a hooker then it is crazy to reveal her identity.
Someone sent an E-Mail to the journalist saying that the girl was an Escort and not a hooker ------------ an escort is a hooker.  :crazy:

Offline Strawberry

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Prostitution is not socially acceptable, full stop and therefore care needs to be taken in particular circumstances.

Offline Jimmyredcab

Prostitution is not socially acceptable, full stop and therefore care needs to be taken in particular circumstances.

It will never be socially acceptable with the mainstream public, prostitutes AND punters will always be seen as scum of the earth, I can live with that.   ;)

Offline smiths

Clearly she was banking on the idea that even if she was recognised, no parent/husband looking on AW was going to go public about it and expose the fact that they use prossies.
And maybe she thought that the risk of one of her classes parents which is obviously a very small number actually seeing it is ridiculously low.
This idea could and probably did work for years. After all how many people on here would be willing to risk their punting being exposed?

Not very smart to bank on such a thing in my opinion. All a person would need to do is contact the Sun anoynmously and give the relevant information, if the Sun bite they find out its true and do the expose with the person giving the information never revealed. No idea exactly how it happened in this case though, but in my view she was going to get recognized sooner or later so why show her face at all, many WGs dont and still get punters.

Offline Jimmyredcab

People who slag off freedom of the press should remember that it was the press which revealed the scandal of MP's fiddling their expenses, newspapers have the right to expose anything that they deem to be in the public interest, this particular case is of no interest to me but I would guess the parents at that school see things in a different light.

Offline Jacob

People who slag off freedom of the press should remember that it was the press which revealed the scandal of MP's fiddling their expenses, newspapers have the right to expose anything that they deem to be in the public interest, this particular case is of no interest to me but I would guess the parents at that school see things in a different light.

It wasn't strictly the press that initiated the MP expenses scandal as Heather Brooke who is an author, campaigner and freelance journalist that has a great deal to do with it, you'll recall the self serving pigs even tried to amend the Freedom of Information Act to exempt themselves from scrutiny after she along with two others had gone to the Information Commissioner and release was initially agreed. This played a key part in the resignation of then then speaker Micahael Martin. I believe the BBC did screen a dramatisation of these events and a documentary called 'gravy train' or similar was screened long before the report that was to be released thanks to Heather was leaked to the Telegraph.

This is of interest to the public but I'm not so sure about someone working at a school, after all where do you draw the line, a Nurse, Midwife or Lollypop Lady? The Sun are adept at spinning things to appear valid though they are not as bad as the Daily Mail IMO, they fill page after page with nothing but bollocks apart from the odd campaign like that regarding Gary McKinnon.

She was stupid though. ;)

Offline Jimmyredcab



 The Sun are adept at spinning things to appear valid though they are not as bad as the Daily Mail IMO, they fill page after page with nothing but bollocks apart from the odd campaign like that regarding Gary McKinnon.

Have to disagree about the Daily Mail, I think that a family of Asylum seekers living in a £4K a month house is in the public interest, that is the type of thing you would never read in The Guardian.   :thumbsdown:

Offline Jacob

Have to disagree about the Daily Mail, I think that a family of Asylum seekers living in a £4K a month house is in the public interest, that is the type of thing you would never read in The Guardian.   :thumbsdown:

I wouldn't have guessed.  :D

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Have to disagree about the Daily Mail, I think that a family of Asylum seekers living in a £4K a month house is in the public interest, that is the type of thing you would never read in The Guardian.   :thumbsdown:

I read an article in the guardian not that long ago about a shake up in families earning over 100k and living in council funded accommodation - think it was London focused but still, if you're earning 100k between you what the bloody hell are you doing taking away council houses from those that need it?

Offline Jimmyredcab

I read an article in the guardian not that long ago about a shake up in families earning over 100k and living in council funded accommodation - think it was London focused but still, if you're earning 100k between you what the bloody hell are you doing taking away council houses from those that need it?

Bob Crow, the infamous union leader earns well in excess of £100K and lives in a council house.  :scare:

Offline Mr XL

It wasn't strictly the press that initiated the MP expenses scandal as Heather Brooke who is an author, campaigner and freelance journalist that has a great deal to do with it, you'll recall the self serving pigs even tried to amend the Freedom of Information Act to exempt themselves from scrutiny after she along with two others had gone to the Information Commissioner and release was initially agreed. This played a key part in the resignation of then then speaker Micahael Martin. I believe the BBC did screen a dramatisation of these events and a documentary called 'gravy train' or similar was screened long before the report that was to be released thanks to Heather was leaked to the Telegraph.

This is of interest to the public but I'm not so sure about someone working at a school, after all where do you draw the line, a Nurse, Midwife or Lollypop Lady? The Sun are adept at spinning things to appear valid though they are not as bad as the Daily Mail IMO, they fill page after page with nothing but bollocks apart from the odd campaign like that regarding Gary McKinnon.

She was stupid though. ;)

Heather Brooke did do all the groundwork.......................but without the press it would have been for nothing.

With regards to this case I would suggest it would be of interest to people who send their kids to religious schools. They will have views alien to most here but they still have a right to them and if they believe in what the Roman Catholic Church teaches and want their kids taught within those rules then they have a right to expect members of staff to adhere to any religiously based behaviours expected.

Most of us here would think those views narrow.....................but then they will think us wrong too.

Point being; she did the equivalent of coming on this board and breaking our rules.
« Last Edit: January 20, 2012, 03:33:58 AM by Mr XL »

Offline James999

I remember the Tiny of Watford exposé as well.  Ruined her life and profession just because her place was above a dentist.

Howe did it ruin her life, she's working just the same  :hi:

What profession did it ruin?

Offline Jimmyredcab

Howe did it ruin her life, she's working just the same  :hi:

What profession did it ruin?

Prostitution is not a profession.

You state that Tiny is still working, can we have a link please. 

Offline Mr XL

It was a Roman Catholic School and people who teach there and send their kids there will have a particular attitude when it comes to prostitution. What she did was the equivalent of a Rabbi eating a bacon sarnie in public. Privately he might and that would be hypocritical but that would be for him to live with and justify.
 
Society needs people to publicly adhere to rules in order to maintain its structure.
 
I suppose, in a funny kind of way, I'm saying that without lies and a little private hypocrisy civilization would end.......structures like that school and all the others we have would cease to function because accepting that people could openly break their rules would make their existence meaningless.

Criticising the newspaper is like shooting the messenger. It misses the point.


Offline Jimmyredcab

https://www.adultwork.com/663825

OK, Thanks ------------------------ although I should not be surprised, what else would she be able to do.    :thumbsup: :thumbsup:


Offline mattylondon

OK, Thanks ------------------------ although I should not be surprised, what else would she be able to do.    :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
Great find from James.  :thumbsup: £100 an hour for those shitty services though?! Fuck that!  :thumbsdown: As you say Jimmy, what else was she going to do?! They always make a 'comeback'.  :rolleyes: Some of her profile pics look ok, but she ain't 31, is she? And doesn't look so good in the Sun pic either.

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/article1218972.ece
« Last Edit: January 20, 2012, 05:02:15 PM by mattylondon »

Tony Montana

If she has that much good feedback from just HJs, she must be pretty good at it.


Offline mattylondon

If she has that much good feedback from just HJs, she must be pretty good at it.
If you're ever around that way Lex, would you do us all a favour, pay her £100 for a wank and let us all know how it went please?  :P

Offline Jimmyredcab

If she has that much good feedback from just HJs, she must be pretty good at it.

You always seem to come down on the side of the WG, I find that slightly suspicious.   :thumbsdown:

It was you who started the thread objecting about tax being discussed, the mystery deepens.
« Last Edit: January 20, 2012, 06:40:57 PM by Jimmyredcab »

Tony Montana

You always seem to come down on the side of the WG, I find that slightly suspicious.   :thumbsdown:

It was you who started the thread objecting about tax being discussed, the mystery deepens.

What mystery would that be?


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