Prostitution and escort service

Brady · · 0

The concepts of prostitution and escort service do not always cover each other, because not all escorts are prostitutes. Prostitution always involves paid sexual activity between a client and a sex worker, but escort service in its literal sense does not always involve sexual activity. In the original sense of the word, an escort is a person who provides a company on a typically social occasion (e.g. a business dinner), and the purchase of an escort does not necessarily mean the purchase of her body and her sexual services, just her time and her company within the purchase time frame. Apart from the pleasant appearance, it is also expected that an escort should be able to do decent and pleasant social interactions as well, that is to say, to communicate well with people, make a pleasant impression, and if not the centre of the given company, she should be at least its adornment. Another important distinction between prostitution and escort service is that while a traditional prostitute sells her body to carry out sex act on, an escort sells escort time with a list of favourite sexual services that are available during the purchased escort time if she agrees to carry out the sex services chosen by the client.

However, the escort service that is restricted to giving only an escort company does not involve sexual activity, so from this point of view these workers cannot be called prostitutes at all, though if there is mutual sympathy between the escort and the client, the requested sexual service can also be implemented with the escort’s consent. Whether this can be called to be prostitution depends on the fact that sexual services are provided at a separate tariff, i.e. they are not included in the corporate bill. If mere sympathy is the main motivation for subsequent sexual activity, then we cannot talk about prostitution, because the sexual act would take place anyway in other contexts. If sexual intercourse based on sympathy entails a separate tariff, then a special case for prostitution is proclaimed, because besides her company, the provider also puts up her body for sale. It is special because it all depends only on the escort prostitute, whether she is willing or not to engage in a sexual act with a guest, which, to be honest, is highly unusual in the world of prostitution. In traditional prostitution, it does not depend on the sex worker’s mood whether she is willing or not to carry out sexual acts for a guest, although in extreme cases the prostitute may refuse it (if the visitor is obviously ill, drugged, unclean etc.) Therefore the difference between a prostitute and an escort is enormous, because if an escort happens to offer her sexual services or only the opportunity of having some private time with the client based on mutual attraction, it is just as similar to the natural interpersonal then sexual act of a man and woman that, in this case, we cannot at all talk about prostitution. Of course, in case of a separate tariff for each sexual service that the sex-worker has carried out on the client constitutes the notion of prostitution, but the significant difference that the sex worker has her/his own will to do or refuse to do the sexual act creates a special subtype of prostitution in the group of escort services.


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