I didn’t fantasize but whilst I was at the Drama Society in Maynooth it clicked one day – I LOVE this so much and I have to give it a shot so I auditioned for drama school.
“There were girls who wouldn’t work with disabled guys at all, they were afraid of them.
But I was happy to see them and to bring happiness into their lives.” Through the site, Laura is approached by a range of people, from individuals themselves to carers and even parents of disabled people.
Local actor Aoibhéann Mc Cann is getting ready for yet another turn on a Dublin stage, this time with Red Bear Productions’ ‘Harder, Faster, More’ at Project Arts Centre, Temple Bar and The Civic Theatre, Tallaght.
After studying at NUI Maynooth, she trained as an actor at the prestigious Oxford School of Drama and worked in London as an actor for two years before moving home in 2014 and she hasn’t looked back, enjoying a busy career as an actor and voice artist in the Emerald Isle.
Irish sex workers typically advertise their services online, and many offer services for clients with disabilities.
Laura Lee is an Irish sex worker based in Scotland, and is a member of the TLC Trust, an online network that helps to connect disabled men and women with responsible sex workers in the UK.Clients receive an intensive programme of one-to-one counselling lasting about four to six weeks.Pieta House is a non-profit organisation and the service is free of charge.Rachel Moran was 14 years old when she began working as a prostitute on Dublin's streets.She says countries around the world should criminalize buyers of sex, but treat sellers as exploited victims.In the Netherlands, where sex work is legal, the government offers grant schemes whereby citizens with disabilities receive funding to pay for sexual services up to 12 times a year.