Should The Law Allow Unmarried Men To Hire Maids – Female Domestic Workers?
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO NO WAY THAT IS UNBELEIBLE
Why shouldn't they. The implications behind that question are insulting and demeaning to men.
depends on what you consider "Maid" Are we talking about someone who cleans the floor or is it more like an live-in escort service?
Every watch two and a half man?
Of course if the maid is young in her twenties, it might be a little bit sexy. I said "might" not "is"
i think yes, there is no harm in keeping the female workers until u r not have unfair idea about them
And here I was thinking that I was living in the 21st century. Silly me! Nearly as silly as this question. Of course this should be allowed!
There is nothing wrong with men OR women of any marital status hiring the opposite gender as domestic help... provided that they respect their employee and do not exploit them in any manner.
I should think unmarried men of all people should need a maid as most of them don't know how to clean up or do laundry.
Most certainly. Single males have to conduct themselves in an acceptable manner in society and also deserve to be able to purchase goods and services like anyone else. At the same time, those who populate the service industry must always conduct business in a business-like manner. Not too many guys who really want their house cleaned are going to be hiring prostitutes to do the job. It is a great way to ruin your business relationship with a client and ruin your business in the end though it might be exciting for a bit. WB
Of course. It's not illegal anywhere and has never been. Why shold it be banned?
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