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THE HOOKER WHO WOULDN’T SOOK

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In amongst all the unadulterated balderdash being spoken by that moron about legalisation of prostitution during 2010 comes the story about the unwilling fella..ter. Her dismissal has wound up at the CCMA and is establishing a precedent being the first matter of this type to ever reach the courts.

It was thrown out previously however, when the Court felt it could not adjudicate in a dispute arising from an illegal activity. There is a pending appeal that will change that if it succeeds. Quite why any male would want to enter the premises as they were described in the first place is a mystery, because the filth could give one any number of social diseases long before any sexual contact takes place, but it takes all sorts of whackos…and all that.

To pivot legal argument on such important issues as who blew who or refused to is hardly Clarence Darrow fodder. And trying to be reinstated in one’s missionary position at the age of forty-plus well-used years, is not exactly epic jurisprudence in a country where trial backlogs litter the corridors of our overtaxed legal system. Are a madam’s rights more important than a maid’s? Is this a fit motion in Chambers? On the other hand what’s an honest working girl to when turning a trick gets THAT tricky? - Grant duToit

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Album: The White Album

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Acting: Daniel Day-Lewis

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