The importance of sexual health in brothels
There are handfuls of reasons why people choose to visit a brothel.
Talking to our clients, some say they are single or in an uncommitted relationship, desire to have sex with different women, particular fantasies or fetishes they want to try, or a craving to have sex more often.
Whatever the reason, our clients come to us for pleasure (and that’s what we give them).
In illegal brothels or sex work, the pleasure often comes at a very high risk. And, that is a client’s sexual health.
We completely understand that when you see the beautiful women at 88 on Logan, your sexual health may not be at the forefront of your mind. But it doesn’t mean it should be forgotten. We want you to enjoy your time with us and leave, not only feeling satisfied, but sexually safe.
If you are wondering, “How do I know a sex worker is sexually safe?” then these are the facts you should know.
Picking a legal brothel
Unlike common perception, to pay for sexual services in Queensland is not illegal. It is not a devious or criminal act. Brothels are licenced under the Prostitution Licencing Authority (PLA). The PLA reports to the Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC), which then reports to Parliament.
If a brothel is licenced in Queensland, then it is legal and also undertakes the associated safety regulations. On the other hand, if a brothel is not licenced then it is illegal and poses a far higher risk to your health. It doesn’t need to follow the stringent health check that our women do to make sure you are protected in every way.
Many illegal sex workers don’t use any form of protection, for both the worker and client, and don’t ask any questions of the client. If you are sexually safe, then you have no idea what a previous unsafe client has passed onto the worker. Immediately, the risk of STI transmission sky-rockets and that’s a battle you shouldn’t have to face, just for pleasure.
Health precautions legal brothels put in place
The first thing to know is under the Prostitution Act 1999 (Qld), all sex workers must receive a sexual health certificate every three months.
A sexual health certificate isn’t just a tick-and-cross survey, but requires the sex worker to attend a medical professional, whether it be at a sexual health clinic, family planning clinic, or doctor. Even a private legal sex worker isn’t required to get a certificate, so the highest standards are held at legal brothels.
A physical exam, urine sample, and series of questions regarding their use of protection is asked of the worker, as well as blood samples twice a year.
If the examination identifies the worker may put a client at risk, they are prevented from work until their condition is treated (and proven to be). There are no chances taken when it comes to the health of a client.
Protection for clients
As stipulated by Queensland law, all sexual activity between a sex worker and client must use protection, such as a condom, dam or female condom. This is regardless of whether it is sexual intercourse (vaginal or anal) or oral sex.
Respect Queensland also outlines that a condom or glove may have to be used, if requested by the licensee/manager, for hand relief.
All of this regulation is not designed to take away from your fun. In fact, you needn’t think of it when you come to 88 on Logan. All requirements regarding sexual health have already been met as soon as you walk in the door, so it actually makes your experience more carefree.
There is no need for you to be wondering whether you will be safe or if the woman you are with will be safe.
At 88 on Logan, we don’t believe pleasure should be a risk.
It’s called pleasure for a reason.
You should contact us today to discuss with our ladies your next sexual experience.