Instead of getting into a mess in Colombia, the Secret Service should have hired American hookers.
The Secret Service is taking a lot of heat after 11 members of the president's advance team were accused of misconduct in a brothel in Cartagena, Colombia, but no comments are hotter than those of a brothel owner in Carson City, Nevada.
A woman in Florida was caught offering sex in exchange for McDonald's food.
First things first: I'm a Dollar-Menu dude. Everyone knows that about me. Being such a fan of the cheapest of the cheap when it comes to fast food, I appreciate the ends people go to for, say, a glistening, delicious, onion-y double cheeseburger from the Golden Arches. I can understand why a lady might trade sex for McDonalds.
A former employee says low wages at McDonald's forced her into the sex trade.
Shelley Lynn, a former prostitute and employee of the Las Vegas Chicken Ranch brothel, has claimed in a federal court complaint that McDonald's played a role in her becoming a sex worker, the Consumerist reports.
Turns out John Edwards not only had a mistress, Rielle Hunter, but he was seeing a prostitute.
Local New York City news blog DNA Info reported today that former presidential candidate and North Carolina Senator John Edwards was patronizing prostitutes in 2007 — namely a call girl working for the so-called "Soccer Mom Madam" or "Millionaire Madam" on NYC's Upper East Side.
You know the story: Sandra Fluke spoke out in favor of insured birth control, and got slut-shamed.
By now you know the story: Georgetown University law student Sandra Fluke spoke out in favor of insured birth control, and Rush Limbaugh lashed out at her by calling her a slut and saying the government shouldn't subsidize her lifestyle.
A former Buddhist nun weighs in on insights on sexuality & sensuality from a Nevada prostitute
It might seem strange that an ex-Buddhist nun and a prostitute would share similar views about sexuality. But that is precisely what happened as I read a recent Huffington post article, Sexuality vs. Sensuality: The Steady Decline of Affection in America, written from the unique vantage point of Bethany St. James, a self-proclaimed legal prostitute.
Sex and the Psychological City; A Relationship Blog and Love, Sex, Friendship and Intimacy
Welcome back to Sex and the Psychological City! If you have read the earlier posts, you are familiar with my confession that I was a hipper psychotherapist when my go-to girlfriends -- Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha were on the air, with fresh new material on everything from masturbation to marriage. Granted, their wardrobes and lifestyles were totally unrealistic, but the fashion and fabulousness worked well as a delivery platform for groundbreaking discussions about sex, commitment, friendship and love.
Is sleeping with a hooker something you could overlook in a relationship?
Would you ever date a man who'd slept with a prostitute? Or could you even? It's a question of morals and values, or maybe only what we can overlook in a relationship and what just simply can't. It's different for everyone. When The Gloss recently surveyed a handful of women on the topic, they got a wide variety of answers.
I didn't think he had it in him to cheat or that, when he did, I'd change.
Dear _________, Thank you for posting your prostitution ad on Craigslist. I'm not being sarcastic. Why am I thanking you? Because if you hadn't responded, I might have never noticed I wasn't being a partner. Because of you, I chose to stay married.
Belle de Jour is really... a scientist with a PhD? Hey, Spiderman was really a photojournalist.
The jig is up. Belle de Jour, the former prostitute behind the popular column "Diary of a London Call Girl" and TV series "Secret Diary of a Call Girl" is really British research scientist Dr. Brooke Magnanti, 34. Dr. Magnanti gave the oldest reason for turning to the oldest profession -- to pay for her PhD.