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I'm saying it's not always like that and it doesn't have to be like that. We can provide the client with a clean, safe and fun experience. Hof said he wouldn't mind making some money out of a pop-up mini-Bunny Ranch during the Olympic games, which begin July 27 and are projected to draw as many as , visitors to London.
He estimates he would make "a couple million pounds" during the three-week event, which he said is "much more than the average" he would make during a similar period at his Nevada brothel, where he employs girls. But he said his main concerns are the health and safety of both sex workers and their clients, and stopping a short-term epidemic of human trafficking.
He also thinks authorities are making an economic mistake. The traffickers, Hof said, "stand to make a billion pounds that won't be taxed and that will be stolen away from London.
While prostitution is legal in the U. Hof believes that establishing legal brothels around metropolitan London for the duration of the games would provide safe sex for both tourists and prostitutes, as well as much-needed tax revenue. Hof's girlfriend and employee, year-old Cami Parker, who accompanied him on his U. The Oxford Union, however, seemed unconvinced by Hof's reasoning. During his Thursday speech, Hof told listeners legal brothels would "sort out all your problems. It would be a good thing for your country, I'm telling you.
A study by University of British Columbia researchers also casts doubt on Hof's expectation of a flood of sex workers. Kate Shannon, who coauthored the study, "no massive influx and no reports of increased trafficking. We did see that an increased police crackdown displaced the sex workers to more isolated environments where they faced more violence and higher risk of contracting diseases. In the London police created a specialized unit to fight sex trafficking.