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For many people it is a surprise that Tamworth has a bawdy house at all, while others might be surprised that there is only one legal enterprise selling sex in the region. It has been 23 years since the sex industry was decriminalised in NSW, and former nurse Piper has seen seven more years than that as well. In those years there have been a lot of changes, and she has seen a lot of locations, but late last year she decided to make Tamworth her own. While a lot has changed in the sex industry, the number one priority has not, confidentiality.
One of the four rooms at Sweet Temptations. Clients are met by a receptionist, who invites them through the house, passed the signed Angry Anderson former wet t-shirt on the wall and into a sitting room where the workers view them through a one way mirror in case they recognise them, or worse. Next the girls are paraded for the client, who chooses one, or more.
He is then taken through to have a mandatory shower, before the worker inspects the men for any signs of sexually transmitted disease, with condoms another mandatory requirement. Tools of the trade. Sweet Temptations is licensed to have four working girls on at any one time, and live in the house for the duration of their tenure, alongside Madam the house cat, whose eyes have seen it all.
Madam, the cat house cat, waits in the sitting room for the next punter to walk through the doors of the region's only legal parlour. In this house there are rules. Our girls take care of them, relieve that aggression and teach them control as well. Sweet Temptations includes a room for special needs clients with extra space and extra care, often funded by the NDIS.
According to Piper safety and confidentiality are key, with security buttons in every room and a security guard on site. In recent times the sex industry all over the world has been rocked by the advent of online porn and digital dating sites, while illegal private parlours and prostitutes are crippling the legal industry.