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At first when my friend told me the massage parlour I had been visiting for the past six months was an illegal brothel I refused to believe her. I let the thought sink in for a couple of minutes, just as a group of middle-aged men walked into my little massage shop.
She made a compelling argument. It seemed not only were these parlours operating illegally they were also a little bit sexist. But I digress, the point is it is now and once again laws in the Territory are lagging behind the rest of the country. The Prostitution Regulation Act means sex workers in the Territory can legally work independently or with licensed escort agencies, but they must take their trade to private residences or hotels.
The safety risk is obvious. The laws were made in and have barely been touched. But the government never really had that discussion with the community and last year a spokesman for Licensing Minister Peter Styles said the Government had no plans to legalise brothels. During the raids police found evidence that sexual services were being offered at some of the businesses. Two Korean women and one Chinese worker were detained and transported to Wickham Point detention facility after being found to have breached their visa conditions.
This year a man faced court over allegations he threw a woman working in a massage parlour to the ground during a reported dispute over payment for services. It was 2am on a Sunday morning when the alleged altercation took place The man was found not guilty. How many illegal brothels do you reckon have mandatory screening for sexually transmitted infections?
How many have effective CCTV systems and security on staff? These sneaky pimps have zero concern for the health of clients and zero concern for the health of their staff. Ironically, paying for sex is considered distinctly politically unsexy.