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A 27-year-old prostitute from HBO's Cathouse answers moms' top 10 questions about the world's oldest profession.

Admit it, we all are curious to know the ins and outs of the hooker biz (pardon the pun). Brooke Taylor, who graces the cover of Hustler magazine this month, answers all the questions most are afraid to ask. Brooke's honesty is refreshing. Who knows? You might even learn a thing or two.

Warning: This is mature content, not meant for little ears or eyes!




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gragusa@mail.com July 30, 2008, 6:59 PM

I have a question, honestly how do you know if you have met Mr.Right?
Also how do you redirect some of the influences for young girls who are subjected to believing that prostitution might not be bad thing?

Gilly August 7, 2008, 2:57 PM

I’m not a fan of prostituion by any means but I do think it should be legal in all states. We can hate it, we can speak out against it but prostitution is not going to go away so why not make it so that the women employed in this industry are safer and healthier? Yes, I’d rather see them walking dogs or cleaning houses but seriously, but if this is what they are going to do why not change things so that they can get benefits, medical care, opportunities for education? Women really need to start looking out for other women instead of spending so much energy leveling guilt and shame on each other.

Gloria December 14, 2008, 10:15 PM

The subject of prostitution was recently on “The Tara Banks Show”. She had a panel of women on who were all involved in different aspects of prostitution. One women claimed to even be a prostitution lawyer. The audience was trying to decide if they would buy into her argument. Since she calls her self a prostitute and then a lawyer, Tara Banks was like, what exactly does a prostitute lawyer do? She went on to explain, that when a man comes to her, and claims he might want to leave his wife, she counsels him regarding whether he should or shouldn’t or if he wants to just go ahead with the next move, which would obviously mean going to bed with the client. This would prove infidelity, so how did we say this was tied in with law?


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