Melbourne, Apr 13 (ANI): A madame of Australia's biggest escort agency has urged to lift the ban on sex job advertisements, insisting it to be "unfair".
Michelle, who operates Blondies in Darwin, said that jobs in the sex industry should be advertised through government employment services.
Australian Sex Party convenor Fiona Patten said that escort agencies and brothels "couldn't even advertise for a cleaner or an accountant" through government offices.
Michelle has asked to revoke the ban, even though she has doubts about luring women into the sex industry.
"As the operator of an escort agency, I agree," the Northern Territory quoted her as saying.
"But as a mother, I have my doubts," she added.
She said that "girls" had trouble getting out of the sex business because the money was so good.
"Girls earning 500 dollars a night find it hard to go back to a job paying 500 dollars a week. It's shocking hours and you have to put up with a lot of crap, but it's still worth it. We're here to make money, not friends," she added. (ANI)