Caribbean Adult Industry Association launching in January 2015!

By Caribbean Adult Industry Association

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PRESS RELEASE –
After recent discussions, adult entertainment operators and professionals across the region are coming together to form the Caribbean Adult Industry Association (C.A.I.A).

This initiative is spearheaded by Charlie Spice of Barbados, who has been involved in adult entertainment for over 30 years in the USA, UK, Europe and the Caribbean.

Founder Mr. Spice states, “Over the years, the number of adult entertainment operators and professionals in the Caribbean has grown astronomically. Sex is generating million of dollars a year in each country across the region and has undeniably become a massive industry and a major contributor to the GPD and the economy on the whole.

The recession in particular is one of the factors fuelling this growth.

In spite of unrelenting adversity from some members of the private and public sectors across the region, the adult industry continues to grow exponentially across the region and therefore the need to launch an organisation to offer proper organisation, representation and structure is timely and critically important.

Like it or not, the industry has evolved and is here to stay.”

ORGANISATION

C.A.I.A will be registered as a non-profit organisation managed by a Board of Directors, President, Executive Director and an executive team. There will be a chapter in each country in the Caribbean.

OBJECTIVES

The aims of C.A.I.A are:
To bring proper organisation, representation and structure to the adult industry in the Caribbean
To establish a respectable representative body to effectively represent the needs and interests of all organisations and professionals in the adult industry
To address and resolve issues faced by members, the private and public sectors and the general public as a result of the industry
To establish effective communication with Police, Immigration, Health and other related government agencies
To give a face and voice to the adult industry
To improve operating standards and code of conduct in the industry
To improve the safety of professionals in the industry
To address sexual and other health issues of professionals in the industry
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34 comments

  1. Let's hope the pushers of the trade have all their female family members registered as prostitutes (mother, wife sister, aunt, niece, cousin (s) ) , before they attempt to push it on others. Lead by example. If there is anything good there, we will find out.

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  2. We need to realize that our poor country is being attacked morally. Are we really in support of selling our country to the sex trade, really??? Everyone who is in support of this.. What would you do if your mother, sister or even spouse was part of this business. Making prostitution so available will inevitably attract our young women into this industry. Satan is alive but God will prevail.

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    • For many years, the sex industry has been well extablised in every Caribbean country. I am sure that God himself supports our efforts to address the social, health, safety, legal and other issues which stem from the activities within in the adult industry across the Caribbean.

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      • hello dont put god in ur shate how dare you if you speaking of god i assume is a pagan god or the devil you speaking of that support your shit . how dare you

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  3. Dear St Lucians. Please be advised that the role of the Caribbean Adult Industry Association is not to glamourize, promote or encourage the sex industry across the region.

    Unlike many members of the private and public sectors in the Caribbean, we know that on good authority and first hand experience that commercial sex in each island has grown to industry proportions and there is a need for an organisation to mitigate the impact on the adult organisations, the adult professionals, the clients and the remaining few in the society. Please take a look at our socially responsbile mandate which is clearly outlined on our website at http://caribbeanadultindustry.org

    We are happy to participate in a talk show discussion in SLU to address any concerns, misconceptions and myths about the sex industry in the Caribbean. It is time to take out heads out of the sand.

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    • so then what are yall doing discouraging it? cause thats not the pic i seeing here so take yall sex shit somwhere else we dont want it in our country the little we have is just enough or should i say to much. we have enough judgements on our head from god to come already

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    • and further let me reiterate what ANONYMOUS commented LATER (Let’s hope the pushers of the trade have all their female family members registered as prostitutes (mother, wife sister, aunt, niece, cousin (s) ) , before they attempt to push it on others. Lead by example. If there is anything good there, we will find out.)

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  4. adult entertainment eh smh but when kartel come and sing his songs yall saying he degrading and demoralizing women and ban his shows and dont give him work permit to work in saint lucia to host a show so wats the difference in this one the women or men demorlize them self on their own free will

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  5. It just start... Oh Lord... Please, don't judge us like Rome, Port Royal and Sodom and Gomorrah...We have enough examples of cities with loose morals to go and endorse that life style. Sex is sacred and should be treated as the origin of life....

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  6. People its all about having choices. If the idndustry does not appeal to you then lets not worry and focus on more pressing matters.
    There is not much we can do about this cause if this is going to bring money into the country, i can guarantee you that the goverment will not say no. Sex is a multi billion dollar indusrty and it brings in revenue for any country whether we like it on or door is another matter. However will we have a choice when the government says yes.

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  7. i hope when they legalize that they legalize sextoys

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  8. all of yall that commenting saying that yall dont approve we just start seeing things. more and more things has to happen during the ends of time so dont be suprised cause god said it in his word the bible, havent we realized that batty man and rubbing want to have rights and is being legalized now in many places just now is witches that will have conferences for them to do black magic freely . we just start seeing things smh people of god hold your head up high the time is drawing near to leave this wicked earth where there is no immorality

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  9. My prediction is slowly coming to pass. When I alerted the public to the PM and his deputy refering to a "sex industry" and "sex workers" and that it was a sign of things to come many dissmissed it. I further asked whether they had ever heard the Ministers refer to a "marijuana industry" or "marijuana worker" although it was being decriminalized in many parts of the world, in comparing the two illegalities which is in our criminal code.

    I guess they have suitably found a diguise to mask prostitution and introduce it to our young school leavers in lieu of permanent employment.

    What does the churches have to say about that. What does De Invader have to say? With words like:

    "When de lord saw that ..... would only bring disorder
    One time, he destroyed, Sodom and Ghomorra
    No, we doh want it so man
    We doh want no damnn ......"

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  10. If this industry generates millions of dollars why is this being registered as a non profit industry? Is there a plan to research the adverse effects of the sea industry? And I guess since the news declared that "like it or not they are here to stay" no one really cares.

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  11. “Over the years, the number of adult entertainment operators and professionals in the Caribbean has grown astronomically. Sex is generating million of dollars a year in each country across the region and has undeniably become a massive industry and a major contributor to the GPD and the economy on the whole."

    Where are the stats on this statement???!!!!

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  12. Charles Lewis aka 'Charlie Spice' in Barbados "had a humble and troubled childhood in the Barbados. At the tender age of 9, he was sexually seduced and abused by an older woman who worked for his grandmother as a house keeper...Charlie ended up working in the sex industry as a Male Strip Dancer, Escort, Strip Club operator and Escort Agency owner...Charlie's success in the sex industry reached its peak in Europe in the 1990's."

    Charles is coming back home in his waning years and wants to give a boost to his declining business. Flavia Cherry should be thrilled.

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    • FAO: Scruff McGruff.

      Actually, my business very much alive and better today than it ever was. My clients now are much more wealthy and discerning. Fortunately my life nor my business is focus of the C.A.I.A initiative. By the way, thanks for giving my book a PR boost.

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  13. We St. Lucian as such Hypocrites, what is wrong with adult entertainment. We are not isolated in this world, if regulated there should not be a problem. At least a 91 year old would not be raped for crying out. Our women would not become victims of such abuse. Please open up.

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    • Umm that last part of your statement makes no sense bc there are countries where the sex industry is booming and people still getting raped. St.lucia has enough girls giving it up for free for one to not have to rape and rape is almost never about sexual gratification but more dominance/revenge/control among other things. Think about it a 91 yr old is not sexy in the least and she most likely has a dry hoo-haa so if it was based on pleasure only then she would not have been a candidate

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  14. Wow I never knew St.Lucia had to many protectors of morality. You people need to focus your energies on stuff that affects you. Get a life.

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  15. Fire are burn them. Go to HELL with your organization. Wonder who is hiding behind this ?

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  16. HOW DISTURBING!

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  17. Promiscuity in the Caribbean now has an organization. Well i never. A chapter in each country...what the hell -no pun intended. Well then screw the bible - no pun intended again.

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  18. Why ....This is all trouble. God never sleep.

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  19. Don't we have enough problems?

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  20. Mi Sainte Lici Fini Actuellement.

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