Thursday, November 12, 2009

Be a Good Neighbour

  • If a neighbour is upset or has a complaint, try to be as polite and accommodating as possible. Sometimes once people meet us and see we are reasonable people, they have a change of heart and are not as offended by our way of life. This works especially well if we address their complaints.
  • Keep signage as discreet and mainstream-friendly as possible. Many people are worried about children or are offended by suggestive wording and explicit ads.
  • Take part in your local business improvement association. This can soften other business owners about sharing space with your sex industry business. It will allow you to meet with and hear concerns from other business owners and possibly avert any potential problems or misunderstandings.
  • Allow street-based sex workers in your neighbourhood to use your bathroom or phone.

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