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Saturday, June 16, 2012

Prostitution at the London Olympics

With less than 6 weeks to the 2012 Olympics, London has already been a massive influx of people into the area, and there are still many yet to arrive. The draw of the biggest sporting event of the year has been enormous and authorities and organisers have witnessed a great strain on resources in and around the UK capital.
London 2012 unofficial logo
Even with 10 years of planning, and an excellent infrastructure, London is struggling to meet the demand in a number of areas. The one major shortfall that people are complaining about is prostitution. Considering that the world's oldest profession is outlawed in the UK, it is no surprise that there are not enough prostitutes to satisfy the masses.

In an attempt to keep Olympic visitors satisfied, certain 'businesses' based in the London area are importing working girls from other European countries, predominantly Germany and Holland, where prostitution is legal and administered by the government.

An imported prostitute working the Olympic village
As with most things sexual, there is staunch opposition to the use of prostitutes at the Olympics, particularly from the  areas bordering the Olympic village. A poster campaign has raised awareness of the issue, but has so far been ineffectual in reducing the number of ladies walking the streets.

A poor attempt at reducing prostitution at the games
In order to simplify the 'menu' for non-English speaking visitors, a series of Olympic Weightlifting terms have been adopted to describe the sexual acts that the prostitutes may undertake. These include 'Clean and Jerk', 'Blow Out', 'Snatch' and 'Back Door Entry'.




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4 comments :

Rum-Punch Drunk said...

Maybe we should be concentrating on the rapes that occur during the olympics!!!!!. Are there any records or is this just a figment of my imagination?

Janene said...

Ha ha! Love the photo. Lord, I hope this isn't a real problem...

Olga Karaspakova said...

Since when is 'Back Door Entry' a weightlifting term?
I am an ex-professional weightlifter and have never heard of back door entry at anytime during my career.
You need to check your facts

nothingprofound said...

Now this is a serious problem, since I was considering visiting Denmark this summer. I may have to postpone my trip until next year.

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