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WHORE Sponsor: Love Your Condom





Project Whore: interview with #whoreplay Sponsor

1. What are your thoughts on prostitution?
I think ‘decriminalisation of prostitution’ into NZ should stay. Personally, I don’t have any ambition to sleep with sex workers, however I don’t condone others that do.

2. Have you slept with a sex worker before?

3. Why or why not?
Never had any inkling.

4. What does the word ‘whore’ mean to you?
Someone who sleeps with lots of people. The word ‘whore’ relates to both gender; and can be a derogatory term in society. I’m not offended by this word…

5. Do you believe in monogamy?

6. Have you been solicited to, by a sex worker in the street? Male or female?
Yes, many times by both gender.

7. Do you think sex work is a choice?
No…Sometimes there are not other (genuine) options available, to the person concerned.

8. Are you heterosexual, bisexual or gay?

9. Are you tempted to pay for sex, if you want to experiment?
No, I don’t think so.

10. Lastly, do you judge others who visit sex workers regularly?
It is not my place to judge anyone. Nor my business – if a friend wants to sleep with a sex worker.


LOVE Questionnaire: Sponsor For #projectsalt

1. What is LOVE (in your opinion)?

The feeling you have for the people who mean the most to you and who can make you smile when no one/nothing else can.

2. Do you believe in love?


3. What are your dreams re above?

To give as much as I receive.

4. Who was your (childhood) sweetheart?

The sister of a friend.

5. When did you first feel butterflies in your tummy?

When I was 7.

6. Were you ever besotted with anyone? Why and for how long?

Yes, during university for 2 years.

7. What has changed for you now (present day) with the word ‘love’?

It becomes absolute when you have a child.

8. Have your ever written love poetry? Or love notes?

No. Songs, yes.

9. Do you believe in love at first sight?


10. What is the most (important) lesson you have learnt through your life, when it comes to love? Please be specific:)

When you’re down and no one can ‘pep’ you up…if you find someone that can, marry him/her.