Room in exchange for sex singapore dating app
Frankly I think the sort of people willing to accept this offer are the sort of people willing to rob you blind when you’re not home.
That’s why you would need to keep them locked under the stairs when you weren’t home.
That's why you would need to keep them locked under the stairs when you weren't home.
[quote]It also could be a form of prostitution and thus taxable.[/quote] Would that make it right?
Greg is a 49 year old who would like to offer a 16-99 year old non-smoker a cash-free room: how can you find that sexist?
if someone advertised it with “young male flatmate wanted” would you still find it sexist.
She said a number of women have come in that were oblivious to the fact their landlord was expecting sexual favours in exchange for rent free accommodation and insisted that classified ads of that nature should be regulated.
Political scientist Barbara Sullivan has studied the rights of sex workers in Australia and says that regulating or prohibiting sex as a method of payment for accommodation would only drive vulnerable people underground where they are more isolated from community support or legal protection.
that’s about the most thin skinned comment i’ve ever seen.