He did something to me recently that left me in total shock. He had to go overseas to a conference, and while he was out, I went to collect the rent from our tenant who lives downstairs. She is a young lady of 29 years and lives there alone.
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Alert me about debates like this. That this House has considered the offence of sex for rent. It is an honour to serve for the first time under your chairmanship, Mr Pritchard.
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When a low, steady voice from behind calls my name, my heart rate shoots up. It is the same voice that slimed its way out of my iPhone receiver a few days ago when I arranged this pub meeting with a potential new "landlord. However, unlike my previous landlords who only required me to pay a deposit, my rent on time, and to not fuck up their house, this guy requires no deposit, no rent, and that I fuck him every now and then.
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This crumpled note, pinned in the window of a newsagents, represents worrying evidence of the growing number of landlords offering free rent for sexual favours. Adverts offer women roofs over their heads in exchange for "kisses and hugs", while others are more blunt, the Daily Mail reports. One, seen in Birmingham, say: "Free rent paid for room or flat in return for sexual favours.
Two years out of college, I moved to Japan for a position at a small, English-language magazine near Tokyo. Never mind that the editor of the magazine said she could not pay me. She offered me a place to sleep and claimed she would set me up with students who would pay to learn English. Best of all, she said I would have tons of time to write.