If men want sex they'll find it.
It's been a rollercoaster life but it hasn't been boring.
Like I said in my election manifesto - why don't they legalise the whole thing and let people like me work?
My biographer said that my parties reminded them of a vicarage tea party, with sex thrown in.
Once the film came out everyone wanted me, including George Michael.
Vicars, MPS and lawyers were amont those who considered me to be the best hostess in London.
When I look back at the 1980s I pinch myself. Did I really do all that?
By 1980, when I came out of prison, The Sun did a campaign to stop putting vice girls in prison. We've talked about it ever since and nothing has been done about it.
Every time we had a raid, I'd get a boyfriend out of it.
Galvanised into action by the second trial, I was determined to change Britain's archaic sex laws.
I allowed the scriptwriter to come to my parties for research and it's a good thing he did otherwise I don't think Personal Services would've been so good.
I always seemed to fall in love with policemen.
I think all old folk's homes should have striptease. If I ran one I'd have a striptease every week.
I'm glad I haven't married - I crave excitement.