There is often a great deal of perplexity when it comes to understanding escorts and prostitution and the legalities of these practices and their players in various parts of the country.
In a bid to counter the misconceptions surrounding the subject, below you will find general information on what’s legal, what’s not, and what really counts as violation of the set laws.
Thanks to Pretty Woman, Julia Roberts turned into a star almost overnight. Even though in the past she’s starred in a few other movies, they all pale in comparison with the massive success of Pretty Woman where she played the hooker with a heart of gold, Vivian Ward. Vivian was a prostitute and one day she meets businessman Edward Lewis (played by Richard Gere) who wants her to be by his side for a week. In return, he pays Vivian 3000 dollars for her services and even though sex is not part of the agreement, the two do have sex eventually.
Even though the movie is pretty old now, it does present a very interesting legal question: Can Edward and Vivian’s agreement be considered a legal contract for her time or was it perhaps an agreement to commit prostitution?
Although there are many websites that advertise the services of escorts, in most states across the country, prostitution is illegal. This means that you can and will be arrested for soliciting sex in return for money. Unfortunately, for “johns”/clients, police often go out of their way to target buyers by launching sting operations.
The trap will be set for you!
If you’re feeling a bit lonely or are traveling a lot and don’t have a partner, then during your stay you may want to consider hiring an escort for entertainment. However, if you’ve never done this before, you should know that there are quite a few things you need to bear in mind prior to hiring one. After all, by knowing what to look for you’re going to make a much better choice based on your needs.
It may only be about massage and no sex