An investigation was launched today after a care home admitted
inviting inpurchasing prostituteswomen to offer sexual servicesto be raped by disabled male residents.
street workerswomen regularly meet with vulnerable guestsmen for sex sessionsto be raped– known in the home as a ”special visit”.
Staff have been ordering the
prostituteswomen by phone who then visit disabled residents at Chaseley, a nursing home caring for 55 people in Eastbourne, Sussex.
Sex workersProstituted women meet residentsmen in a special room and a red sock is put on the door handle so staff know not to disturb them.
Bosses say many physically and mentally disabled
peoplemen have no other sexual outlet – and become so frustrated theyoften resort togroping female staff.
Care workers say the ”sex
surrogatesslaves” are ”therapeutic” and experts claim they are a ”basic human right”.
But East Sussex County Council has launched an urgent investigation into possible ”exploitation and abuse” of vulnerable people. (meaning the men, not the women who are being sexually exploited)
Sue Wyatt, Chaseley’s manager, has confirmed prostituted women are welcomed at the home but say staff no longer make the calls ordering them directly.
She said a
”third party consultant”pimp was now used to contact the sex workersprostituted women – and says the disabled guests ”have needs” which the hookerswomen who are prostituted help meet.
Mrs Wyatt said: ”People have needs, so sometimes we might need to be set up a room in a certain way. We are there to help.
”We use a
private consultantpimp who arranges everything. They are an independent person who works in the home. She puts peoplerapists in touch with peoplerape victims.
”We respect our residents as
individualsrapists so that’s why we help this to happen.”
Former manager of the Chaseley Nursing home, Helena Barrow. She helped to arrange
sexrape sessions between disabled male residents and local prostituted women.
The practice at the home was revealed by its former manager Helena Barrow.
She said: ”The fact is,
sex workers are allowed by law to sexually enable people but care workers are not.men are legally allowed to rape prostitutes, they are not allowed to rape care workers.
someonea man asked, we would often call in a professional, someone trained to do that. It’s known as the resident’s ‘special visit’. (a trained professional? if there is a “sex worker academy” where women are trained how to please a man, it’s just called being female.)
”If you have a resident who is groping staff, one way of resolving that problem is to get a sex worker in who is trained to deal with that situation.
If you have a male who is groping female staff, one way of dealing with that is to find a woman whom he can legally pay to rape.
”But most of the time, these are
peoplemen who feel frustrated by a primeval need they cannot fulfil.entitled to access to women’s bodies.
We need to be fucking honest about what’s happening here.
Chaseley, a care home which is primarily for ex military servicemen, is drafting women in to be raped by their residents.
A spokesman for East Sussex County Council said the local authority had been unaware of Chaseley’s policy of inviting prostitutes on site and ”did not welcome” the idea.
He said: ”We will examine our concerns through the Pan-Sussex Multi-Agency Policy and Procedures for Safeguarding Adults at Risk.
”This has the potential to place vulnerable East Sussex residents at risk of exploitation and abuse.”
These male residents. who are apparently so desperate to satisfy their primeval needs that they physically can’t stop themselves assaulting female staff members, are provided with women – actual human beings – to use as masturbatory receptacles and THEY are the ones being exploited?
How are men ever being exploited when they’re sticking their dicks in women and putting them at risk of pregnancy and death? Even if the man has no arms and legs, or even if he has a severe brain injury, or even if he is in a catatonic state, the moment his penis enters a woman’s vagina, she is instantly vulnerable. She is putting her life and her bodily integrity at risk. He is getting his dick wet.
Denise Banks is director of social care provision at Chailey Heritage Foundation which has been working with the Sexual Health and Disability Allliance, a national group that campaigns for disabled people to be allowed access to sex workers.
She revealed the foundation had contacted Chaseley to help develop a policy where prostitutes could be found for residents if needed.
Mrs Banks said: ”The work they [Chaseley] are doing is certainly pleasing.
”If someone asked us to contact a sex worker for them, we would have to be open to that. If we resisted we would be going against the Human Rights Act.
Does the Human Rights Act only entitle disabled men access to women’s vaginas? Is it every man’s right to have a human being on the end of his dick whenever he feels like it? Does the Human Rights Act say that if a man is unable to procure sex (access to a woman’s vagina) for himself, whether that’s down to physical incapacity, or just plain unattractiveness, that someone else has a duty to find and provide a sex partner for him? I’m not so sure that it does.
If fucking women is a human right for men, that means women don’t have a right to remain unfucked. If a man cannot ‘naturally’ find a woman willing to submit to intercourse with him, but intercourse is his human right, then there is a woman somewhere who is obligated to let him fuck her, even if she doesn’t want to. That’s called rape. Men have a human right to rape.
Nick Tapp, chief executive of East Sussex Disability Association, said he thought it posed ”certain problems”.
He said: ”Allowing them release in this way would appear to be a good thing.
”However, there’s always an issue of risk which is for local authorities and health authorities to look into.
”How do you know the sex workers are not carrying infections? There are certainly safety issues there.”
Nick Tapp thinks it’s a good thing that prostituted women are brought in to the home for men to rape because it prevents them from raping the care workers. He’s worried though, that these nasty ‘sex workers’ might be carrying diseases and that’s not good for the rapists!
What about the human rights of prostitutes and all women? We have laws against rape. We recognize (at least superficially) that women have a right to say no. In practice, it looks like only some women are afforded it. Care workers obviously are, at least while they’re working. If they’re out drinking and flirting with men, however, they become perfectly good rape fodder.
No woman is under any obligation to let a man fuck her. Women are not sockets for men to stick dick plugs into. If having an orgasm is a human right, there are about 3 billion women who are being seriously fucking ripped off. Where is their cheerleading squad?
Globally, women are having their clitorises and labia cut off with broken bottles. They’re having their vaginas packed with dirt and leaves and sewn shut. They are being forcibly impregnated and forcibly sterilized. Nick Tapp of East Sussex Disability Association is worried that ex-soldiers might pick up a nasty infection while exercising their human right to masturbate into a woman.