WEIGHT: 63 kg
Services: Ass licking, Humiliation (giving), Receiving Oral, Cum in mouth, BDSM
We are sex workers past and present, we understand sex work through direct experience, as well as through contact we have with many sex workers on a daily basis. Both new and experienced sex workers find these useful. Our guides have information on starting out, or continuing, as a sex worker. Each guide is packed with tips to work safely and smartly: from handling clients, to working with management, resolving disputes, managing risks and staying within the law.
We have free, confidential, and where possible anonymous sexual and reproductive health clinics at our Auckland, Wellington, and Christchurch branches, and needle exchange services at out Auckland and Tauranga branches. There are also counselors available at some of our community bases. We have information about being self employed as an independent contractor, as well as setting up your own business — which includes information about tax, brothel operators certificates, city council bylaws, and Ministry of Health signs.
You can find more info on the Brothel Operators page, or talk with us about this. Many New Zealand sex industry businesses, both big and small, are committed to conducting their affairs with the highest ethical and legal standards. It sets best practice guidelines for sex work businesses.
It contains information about upholding rights and conditions, prevention of violence, hiring and contracting workers, privacy, workplace practices, alcohol and other drugs, as well as combating stigma.
The Business ABC is designed to be hung in your premises, for sex workers and other staff to view. You can view and download the Business ABC here, or contact us to obtain a poster of the Code, learn more about implementing it, or provide feedback for future amendments. If you need a work visa to be employed in New Zealand, you cannot legally come to this country and be a sex worker or brothel operator.