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    Message from Alberta Sex Workers to 500 Media Outlets

    The back story is, Alberta Conservative MLA Mike Allen was on a govt. junket to St. Paul, Minnesota and found an ad for a $200 duo session. Unfortunatley the services were being offered by a pair of police officers and they weren't moonlighting. At that price, what did he expect! On the other hand, what can you expect from a Conservative politician?

    Premier Redford said her bit about being disgusted and how much she opposed exploitation and human trafficking, as if that had something to do with police officers offering sexual services.

    In response I sent the following to 500 Alberta media agencies. The result has been a dozen news stories and several interviews for Susan Davis.


    Media Release to All Alberta Media Outlets

    The West Coast Cooperative of Sex Industry Professionals (WCCSIP)
    and
    The Canadian Adult Entertainment Council (CAEC)

    Contact for Interview, Susan Davis
    604-671-2345
    info@caea.ca
    http://www.wccsip.ca/caec.html

    Alberta Sex Workers Support Independent MLA Mike Allen

    Alberta sex workers wish to assure MLA Mike Allen and all Albertans that his activities in Minnesota would be lawful, private and welcome in Alberta, where Sex Workers are pleased to consider respectful requests for personal services.

    In addition, sex workers in Mr. Allenís riding of Fort McMurray-Wood Buffalo want him to continue as their MLA. He made a mistake taking his business out of Alberta to puritan St. Paul, Minnesota, but sex workers in his constituency are still pleased to have an MLA who values the services they offer.

    Most Alberta Sex Workers function successfully as Independent Small Businesses. They demand that their occupational choices be respected.
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    Well said. Congrats on getting this published in Huffington post as well as some other big ones!

    Quote Originally Posted by CAEC View Post
    The back story is, Alberta Conservative MLA Mike Allen was on a govt. junket to St. Paul, Minnesota and found an ad for a $200 duo session. Unfortunatley the services were being offered by a pair of police officers and they weren't moonlighting. At that price, what did he expect! On the other hand, what can you expect from a Conservative politician?

    Premier Redford said her bit about being disgusted and how much she opposed exploitation and human trafficking, as if that had something to do with police officers offering sexual services.

    In response I sent the following to 500 Alberta media agencies. The result has been a dozen news stories and several interviews for Susan Davis.


    Media Release to All Alberta Media Outlets

    The West Coast Cooperative of Sex Industry Professionals (WCCSIP)
    and
    The Canadian Adult Entertainment Council (CAEC)

    Contact for Interview, Susan Davis
    604-671-2345
    info@caea.ca
    http://www.wccsip.ca/caec.html

    Alberta Sex Workers Support Independent MLA Mike Allen

    Alberta sex workers wish to assure MLA Mike Allen and all Albertans that his activities in Minnesota would be lawful, private and welcome in Alberta, where Sex Workers are pleased to consider respectful requests for personal services.

    In addition, sex workers in Mr. Allen’s riding of Fort McMurray-Wood Buffalo want him to continue as their MLA. He made a mistake taking his business out of Alberta to puritan St. Paul, Minnesota, but sex workers in his constituency are still pleased to have an MLA who values the services they offer.

    Most Alberta Sex Workers function successfully as Independent Small Businesses. They demand that their occupational choices be respected.
    Reply With Quote

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    Don' see why this means anything

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