Who knew the TV show Satisfaction was such a force for good:
"The one thing that struck me the most was the dignity the girls had and, in a weird way, the dedication they had to doing a good job," she says.
"It was fascinating how many of them were carers - nurses or mothers - outside the brothels."
"There were a few where you felt sad for them - there was a sadness in their eyes - but when I started to talk to them they said they feel like they are doing a community service. These girls need to be there, the industry needs to be there, and it's a really hard job."
An idea: madams and hookers should take over ABC Learning.