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I want to entice you, bewitch you and take your breath away. Let me take you on a journey where the destination will be a memorable one, one that will stay fresh at the forefront of your mind. There were 22 licensed brothels operating in Queensland at the end of the financial year, the lowest number of brothels since , according to the PLA. Mr Brons, who owns Northern Belle, told brothel owners on Sunday he believed the best way to stamp out illegal operators would be to make landlines compulsory on all sex ads to make advertisers more accessible to the PLA.
Legislation states a person must not publish an advertisement for prostitution that describes the services offered, states directly or indirectly that the person's business provides or is connected with massage services or be worded in such a way as to induce a person to seek employment as a sex worker. Mr Brons has put forward a petition, with signatures from 21 brothel licensees and managers, calling for the Attorney-General to make landlines compulsory on sex ads in Queensland.
In a statement released in , the PLA indicated advertising restrictions would be "insufficient" in stopping illegal operators. Mr Brons has also called for the state government to adopt an outstanding recommendation that was laid out in the Crime and Misconduct Commission's review into the Prostitution Act , established in The CMC, now referred to as the Crime and Corruption Commission, had recommended the establishment of a Ministerial Advisory Committee under the Act with a legislative obligation to report directly to the Minister.
It was recommended the committee include a wide range of representation from sex workers, brothel owners, police, to the state health department and local councils.
Ms Leeds said the committee was a good idea to make sure all brothel licensees worked together to improve their industry. A spokeswoman for the Attorney-General said there were no changes to the Act under consideration. However, there are currently no changes to prostitution advertising under consideration. Like Brisbane Times on Facebook.
Amy Mitchell-Whittington is a reporter at the Brisbane Times, with a special interest in science and education.