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Has Achieved Nirvana
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New Zealand and New South Wales.
Perspectives I have not read about before.


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'How far y'all going?' Ruby asked us with a sigh.
'We're going all the way 'till the wheels fall off and burn.
Till the sun peels the paint and the seat covers fade and the water moccasin dies'.



 
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I can see her point about working at home. If there is too much of a restriction of locale then the landlord captures too much of the value, in extreme cases bordering on exploitation.
 
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A freelance accountant or computer programmer or graphics designer working from home is not controversial in one can do so without the neighbor noticing anything different.

If you have to receive many clients/customers into your “home office,” it gets trickier.

Imagine a piano teacher teaching from home next door to you with students and their parents streaming in and out all day. You the neighbor essentially see lots of “strangers” visiting day in and day out. Ditto a tax accountant or lawyer “working from home” receiving clients day in and day out. Not all neighbors/neighborhoods are willing to accept that.

Then we get into zoning. I’d call it fair and a win if legalized sex work is zoned the same way as music teachers and accountants and lawyers who have to receive comparable volume of visiting clients.


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Would the sex workers be less safe in their homes than in the rented facilities?


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'How far y'all going?' Ruby asked us with a sigh.
'We're going all the way 'till the wheels fall off and burn.
Till the sun peels the paint and the seat covers fade and the water moccasin dies'.



 
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Originally posted by CHAS:
Would the sex workers be less safe in their homes than in the rented facilities?


Without endorsing the argument, the argument goes like this: the rented facilities are in a central location that is easier to monitor and patrol.
 
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