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Response Re: Sign-writing

Nationwide Escort Site Adultspace.co.nz has recently had inquiries in regards to recent sign-writing. The following article was placed in the North Shore Times…


Adultspace responds to this article –

The subject of street-based prostitution is both controversial and topical. Adultspace is a Marketing Agency that provides a service to workers in the sex industry. This allows them to promote their business in a professional, discrete and non-intrusive way.

There is a general consensus of opinion that the street element of prostitution needs to be controlled. This has resulted in much debate aimed at finding a resolution for this social issue Adultspace allows individuals to promotes themselves, via the website, in a safe and socially responsible way, without having to walk the streets.

The signage promoting Adultspace is not designed to be offensive, and is probably less sexual and shocking than billboards displayed throughout New Zealand. We feel it is both tasteful and understated. We fail to see why the local school are concerned. They have not approached us directly, and we have had no negative feedback from members of the general public.

The sex industry is legal. Adultspace is a Marketing Agency that supports it. Like all other companies, we should be allowed to display visible signage relevant to our business.

We endeavor to be sensitive to the impact that some elements of this industry may have on certain sectors of the general public.


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