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THE Sunshine Coast's only remaining legal brothel has opened its doors in a tell-all interview aimed at changing the seedy image of prostitution. Lush, in Marcoola, manager Emma Bennett said many people didn't realise the business had been operating for three years. And like most businesses across the region, the about 30 girls and one bloke who work there are gearing up for one of the busiest times of the year. The only man who works at the brothel is there to service the gay male clients and not any women.
Lush has nothing to do with the Sunshine Coast's first brothel, owned by Paris Satine, which has since closed its doors and its items will be up for auction. Four of the rooms are the same size and then there is the VIP suite, with its "beautiful spa bath" and mirrored room. A nice hot shower and a little bit of other stuff too.
All the women have to have three monthly sexual health certificates to work in the legal brothel. She said the women's reasons for entering the profession varied, some needed money and others enjoyed the job.
They do it because they have a bit of sexual promiscuity, part of you has to be a bit of a performer. The business has all sorts of clients, from your average bloke to "married couples wanting to experiment". As to celebrities or prominent Sunshine Coast figures who frequent the business, Ms Bennett is not telling. Council News The Crime and Corruption Commission has ended its investigation of a controversial contract between a southeast Queensland council and its tourism body.
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