Who can be prostitute or escort? – Rules and regulations

Carlos (@carlos) · · 0 · 0

It depends on the rules and regulations on prostitution in the country where someone wants to work in the sex-business. Different legislation cannot apply to the two trades as both of them is adult entertainment, however there are possibilities to jockey due to the different services they offer. Prostitutes and escort tend to adapt to the legal environment to dodge legal persecution and they seem quite creative to do so. Let’s see an example from Thailand to represent how skilfully they can jockey the law and one another. Bangkok is the paradise of sex tourism. If someone happens to go there without the intention of drabbing, even so he is going to end up in a brothel. Prostitution is legal there, but due to the intense rivalry among sex-workers they need to use knacks to get clients.

The prostitutes in Thailand chat up with male stranger, lying that they aren’t prostitutes, but when they go up to hotel room, they guest has to pay quite a handsome entrance fee and he won’t refuse to do it, as he’s being tortured by a massive boner. After the act the prostitute will be given her part of money. This could be a good way to dodge the law, but prostitution is legal in Thailand. Anyway, Tinder and Facebook have already found how to elude the laws.

Let me go back to Europe where the countries determine who will become prostitute or escort. For example, we have the Swedish model, which was applied later in Norway, France or North Ireland and other more Asian countries to push back human trafficking and illegal sex business, which rather punishes clients than prostitutes. This change in the laws regulating prostitution resulted in the brothels becoming impossible or financial suicide to run. Therefore prostitutes lost ground and became forced to change a bit in their profile to start working as an escort. Escort girls advertise themselves on the Internet therefore the impeachment of the client is impossible. According to statistics, prostitution decreased in Sweden, but I think it’s just gone online, that’s why it isn’t that apparent. Only when could escorts be in danger in legal sense of the word if the law punished the prostitute herself.

The law in Britain punishes the clients who buy sexual services from an escort who is coerced into prostitution, thus giving them a good opportunity to operate. Pimping is against the law but it doesn’t pose a threat to escorts. Even if they had a pimp, the danger of getting caught would be very law. In Germany, in contrast with Britain, there are brothels legally. Girls can take employment legally. Brothels are given the right to operate, which anyway brings a lot of money for the state from taxation. I think it’s much worth being a prostitute in Germany as a well-functioning brothel can provide greater security than any out-call to insecure places. Irrespective of this fact, there are a great number of escorts in Germany, located mainly in Berlin where no brothels are allowed to operate. The sex market is quite divided with some minor cities living almost solely on prostitution. Rules and regulations don’t differentiate between escorts and prostitutes as sex-workers have well-adapted themselves to the particular conditions. In the neighbouring country, Austria, prostitution is legal, but street-walkers are driven away from even the vicinity of towns. In spite of the fact that prostitutes aren’t seen on streets, in the capital on popular escort sites over 300 escort girls can be viewed at this moment. I guess they don’t go to carry out the business to cheap suburban hotels.

Well, we can see that escort service is such an area in the sex industry that is hard to control because there’s always a loophole in the law by which legal consequences can be dodged. The service is nearly impossible to be controlled by the law. For example, in Netherland and Switzerland citizens have been trying to protest against prostitution with petition but it doesn’t work as prostitution provides very high income for the states, and the business is business. Switzerland takes it the least mildly. As soon as a girl becomes 16, she can right away work as a prostitute or an escort if she registers her occupation at the local police.

There are strict countries in the EU, concerning prostitution. All forms of prostitution are against the law and involve criminal investigation if committed in Croatia, Romania, and Lithuania. I don’t think it’s a problem for the Romanian prostitutes since they can find subsistence in other countries. The situation in other member states of the European Union is similar to that of Sweden, Denmark or Belgium, where the clientele is punished by paying fine or serving prison sentence, but the sex-worker is left alone.

Which is worth more? Being an escort or a prostitute, or using some tricks to get money from the surprised and impatient client? One has to decide. One thing is for sure, prostitution had been flourishing in the EU!


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