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In a bid to help reduce "red tape" for applicants, the PLA has introduced changes to the licence application forms.
"[The] measure is aimed at ensuring that the forms are more user-friendly, not overly burdensome and a deterrent to the making of applications," the report said.
“The younger generation are so willy-nilly with their sexuality, they can look at someone [on an app] and go ‘Oh you’re only a few kilometers away, let’s meet up and have sex.’” Her brothel Lush Marcoola in Queensland has seen a staggering 40 percent drop in business last year, she said.
But men looking for lust are better off going to her brothel, she insisted, because the women who work there are likely healthier than a potential Tinder partner.
PLA chairman Walter Hutt said unregulated prostitution was to blame for the downward trend.
In the past five years, the legal sex industry has been copping a sustained hit as several brothels were forced to close their doors.
"Illegal operations are by their nature unregulated and unscrutinised and there is a heightened risk of the danger of exploitation of workers, violence, and pressure to have unsafe sex." For the 2017-18 period, there were only four applications for new brothel licences in Queensland.
But after the PLA knocked back two and one withdrew, only one will be considered in the current financial year.
"Tinder and these sex dating sites have absolutely affected us," the Coast brothel manager said.
"People seem to be much more open with their sexual desires now.