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    Governement program for handicap people

    Hi everyone.

    I want to share something i've been thinking for quite a while and I want to know your opinion about it. As some of you know, I have a physical handicap and have been seeing SPs regularly for over a year now and that helped me a lot to have a good mood in my everyday life. But here is the thing: I know a lot of other people in my situation dont see any SPs (even if they would like to / need to) because they don't have the budget (its harder to be in the work market with an handicap and on top of that, its more expensive to live) or just because the subject is taboo or because people doesnt really know how great services are here montreal so they are affraid to get into it. I was before, i didnt know anyone in this hobby and had no idea how it worked, but one day i red an article who talked about merb, and than when i red reviews on here i said wow, girls seems a lot nicer and professional than i tought. Than I contacted some agencies and saw how professional and respectful they were. I've had very rarely bad experiences, to my surprise, most of the girls are 100% good with the situation.
    With a program from the governement, maybe that would change the perspective of the business and handicap people would take the try.

    Some of the SPs i have seen told me they never or very rarely met anyone with an handicap and i think that is sad...
    Doing some research, I've seen plenty of programs in europe from the governement. Some countries offer grants, some offers sex professionals for handicap people and others offer training to SPs for those kind of situation. This is encouraging, but there is nothing in north america.

    I would like to contact the gouvernement and try to change things... But I don't want to miss my shot so I want to be ready and do the right things to make it work.

    Do you think that would be possible here?
    How should I approch the gouvernement?

    Thanks for your advices.

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    This would require a long response. I strongly believe that sex aid to the handicapped people, is a valuable resource that can may improve their mental and sometimes physical condition. The price paid may be compensated by some savings in other medical services to them.

    I'd sell this project on a strictly medical (mental and physical) platform.

    Hence, the level of government to lobby is the provincial one, more specifically, the heath ministries.

    Strategically, the most realistic political approach would be to concentrate lobbying in one or two provinces in Canada, choosing thse where the health authorities seem to be more susceptible to accept to go on with a test project.

    Being realistic, however, We're talking about a couple of decades of work.

    Step one, could be the creation of a charitable organization that could start providing services on a shorter time frame.

    On a long run, you'd have to look at some european examples, something you already looked at. On a short run, maybe you could look at this specific organization based in Australia, called Touching Base

    Rachel Wotton, the founder of Touching Base, is a great person. She wants her vision to be spread around the world so I am quite certain she will be interested in giving you advices (if she is still there).

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    Thanks I didnot know her, I will look into it

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    I want to share a funny story, but it leads to a serious question.

    On TER, once a traveling provider in the U.S. posted that she was suddenly changing to a new hotel Incall location. The explanation was funny. She was a provider who screened heavily and was very cautious. She had an appointment with a guy who mentioned having a disability but she did not ask him what. After she provided him with the room number once he contacted her from the lobby, she got concerned that he was taking so long to knock on the door. When she poked her head out the door, she saw a blind guy walking down the hall with a seeing eye dog, feeling the Braille symbols on a door quite a distance away. She said she just had lingerie on, so all did could think to do was try to loudly whisper down the hallway. But before she could do that, two Hispanic maids came to help him and led him to the room. She knew they would not just let him enter the room with her hiding behind the door in classic Incall escort style, so she had no choice but to greet the blind guy, his dog, and the two Hispanic maids in her sexy underwear. The maids seemed quite happy that the blind guy was going to get laid. So happy in fact that she knew the story would spread quite fast. So after the session, she checked into a new hotel. She was rather irritated that he did not just have her come down to the lobby to get him.

    One of the more classic episodes of the sitcom Archie Bunker's Place involved the dilemma the guys faced as to whether it was okay for an attractive young lady in the neighborhood to work as a prostitute. At the end of the episode, the blind customer is heard providing detailed directions to her pad. Archie says "Hell, he's blind, he ain't paralyzed".

    Just wondered if any of the providers here get many blind customers? It would not seem to be a disability that would decrease sexual desire.

    I can see practical difficulties with a blind lady being a provider. Yes, the condom is on. Yes, all ten if those bills for your $200 fee are $20s not $1s, etc.

    While I see some barriers to a blind guy seeing a provider, those obstacles would not seem to be impossible to overcome.

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    Handi, pourquoi tu n'écris pas à Guy A Lepage et son équipe? Je ne blague pas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lily-Rose View Post
    Handi, pourquoi tu n'écris pas à Guy A Lepage et son équipe? Je ne blague pas.
    Bonsoir Lily... c'est une bonne idée, et je suis certain qu'il serait intéressé par le sujet. Parce que c'est un enjeu de société important, il n'y a pas de citoyens de différentes classes. Nous sommes tous égaux, mais qui aura le courage de monter sur le plateau et exposer la situation. Moi-même je suis somme toute assez discret sur ma vie sexuelle.

    Les gouvernements vont être sensibles au sujet, sauf probablement les Conservateurs, mais en cette période d'austérité, je ne m'attends pas à beaucoup de nouvelles politiques. Il faudra démontrer (chiffrer) via une étude, les gains réalisés en investissant dans un programme d'aide.

    Rien n'est impossible, mais c'est un gros projet. L'avantage de passer par un média tel que TLMP c'est que ça donne beaucoup de visibilité au projet à peu de coût.

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    Alors deux autres invités avec Handi. Bien sûr, des gens qui ont cette cause à cœur. Qui?

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    Dans le dernier épisode de la saison 1 des Beaux Malaises, Martin Matte rend service à son frère.

    S'il y croit vraiment et tant que ça, alors on attend de ses nouvelles! lol

    Pfff Le Banquier!

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    Honnêtement, même moi je ne sais pas si je serais à l'aise d'en parler à TLMP...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lily-Rose View Post
    Dans le dernier épisode de la saison 1 des Beaux Malaises, Martin Matte rend service à son frère.

    S'il y croit vraiment et tant que ça, alors on attend de ses nouvelles! lol

    Pfff Le Banquier!
    Ma première régulière que je voyais dans le temps m'avait dit que cette émission avait un peu changer les choses, mais ça n'a pas durer...

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    Handi. Interesting idea. Maybe it's something the government would do in the right political and social climate. Much more open than the one today. Even without C36 I think this service would be decades away after a lot of dedicated work on it.

    On the other hand escorts are very understanding to anyone who is clean, decent, and respectful. If more handicapped people aren't seeing them I think it's because these unfortunate people misunderstand what good escorts are like. These women are usually very understanding and open to pleasing any decent person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Handi View Post
    Honnêtement, même moi je ne sais pas si je serais à l'aise d'en parler à TLMP...
    Bien sûr, il faut être prêt pour en parler publiquement. Peut-être le seras-tu un moment donné. Tu es jeune encore, je pense. Tu as 25-26?

    Tu as vu l'épisode des Beaux Malaises dont j'ai parlé plus haut? ; )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Handi View Post
    Ma première régulière que je voyais dans le temps m'avait dit que cette émission avait un peu changer les choses, mais ça n'a pas durer...
    Cette cause qu'est la tienne est assurément un travail de longue haleine. Ça demande du temps, de la confiance, de l'amour de soi et des autres, du soutient, de la persévérance...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lily-Rose View Post
    Bien sûr, il faut être prêt pour en parler publiquement. Peut-être le seras-tu un moment donné. Tu es jeune encore, je pense. Tu as 25-26?

    Tu as vu l'épisode des Beaux Malaises dont j'ai parlé plus haut? ; )
    En effet j'ai 26, peut etre un jours je serai à l'aise mais pour l'instant je ne crois pas... J'hésite à signer mon nom en bas de la lettre que je veux envoyer au gouvernement... On sait jamais...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lily-Rose View Post
    Cette cause qu'est la tienne est assurément un travail de longue haleine. Ça demande du temps, de la confiance, de l'amour de soi et des autres, du soutient, de la persévérance...
    Perseverance et courage sont mes plus grandes qualité je penses bien, sa tombe bien

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