One of the most famous madams in the UK has announced plans to open a brothel for people with mental and physical disabilities.
Becky Adams, 44, from Buckinghamshire, who is known for illegally running a brothel for 20 years and for writing an award-winning memoir about it in 2010, plans to open a “sexual health center” in 2014.
Adams has already invested £62,000 in the project, and it is said that it will coincide with her current venture, Para Doxies, which is a non-profit telephone-based service where volunteers find trusted sex workers for people with mental and physical disabilities.
Clientele for Para Doxies include parents of boys with autism who want their sons to have some physical contact, as well as injured soldiers returning from Afghanistan.
Adams has stirred controversy before, as the mother of two said she wouldn’t mind if her younger daughter, then 16, became a prostitute.
Adams sold her brothel to one of her call girls in 2009, and has since won awards for writing about her exploits as a madam.
She now describes herself as a “sexual activist” and “facilitator.”
“You cannot stop a disabled person from having a normal life or having the same opportunities of an able-bodied person – it’s discrimination,” said Adams.
“So I am a facilitator working on behalf of the person to find a sex worker – and it’s completely legal. To refuse to do it is a breach of human rights. I act as their voice and limbs.
“There are people who have literally spent their whole lives in institutions who have never had physical contact with anyone other than a nurse or doctor.
“They have never been held at night by another naked person. And a person who cannot use his arms can’t relieve themselves. Literally, they have no way of sexual release, but they have all these sexual feelings.”
Bravo, Madam Adams, you are a true champion, and a voice for the voiceless.
Stephen Willard | Elite.