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Hello all Queensland Advertisers! Hope you're all well and keeping safe. As some of you are aware, a few days ago the Prostitution Licensing Authority imposed new advertising guidelines for advertisers of adult services. In short, physical services cannot be advertised for the duration of the Government's non-essential business closure direction. Putting aside our views about the PLA's decision, we nonetheless take this guideline seriously and have taken the step to edit the existing pop-up for all Queensland advertisers on the MC platform. Your pop-up will now display the following personalised message:

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The Australian Department of Health has designed an online training module to help stop the spread of COVID-19. We wanted to find out if this course could be beneficial to sex workers - in life during (and after) this pandemic. The Department of Heath states that the course is primarily for care workers across all health care settings such as:

  • Hospitals
  • Primary care
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 Sex workers Turning to Onlyfans Services to Boost Income

Internet usage around the world is sky rocketing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. We're seeing an increase of 10-30% traffic across the board, which is expected with the government imposed self-isolation measures prompting people to try and connect remotely. The sex industry has taken a hit like never before since the restriction on personal services was announced by National Cabinet. Whilst it's not for everybody, in particular 'face in' providers, there are Read More

The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is undoubtedly tragic for the thousands affected, with Governments around the world having to act swiftly and assertively to protect vulnerable people. With the Australian governments stimulus packages and latest national restrictions combined with awareness campaigns like 'Stop The Spread', lets hope we start seeing a reduction in the numbers of confirmed cases. There is no doubt that the adult industry in Australia is struggling. Whilst there are some small gaps in the new restriction (like no strict ban acro Read More

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