Types of sex workers and where to find them

Types of sex workers and where to find them

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Sex work is work

Experts on lifestyle trends by prostitutes and escorts have come out to suggest that making it legal everywhere is the only way to make it safer. In the Netherlands, parts of Mexico, and parts of Nevada in the US, this has already been implemented and it has been noted that the prostitutes are less stigmatized. 

In Africa, prostitution is legal in less than 20 countries. These countries include Algeria, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Senegal, Zambia, Malawi, Ethiopia, Cote d’Ivoire, South Sudan, Madagascar, etc. 

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Prostitution refers to engaging in relatively random sexual activity, in general with someone who is not a spouse or a friend, in exchange for immediate payment; either in money or other valuables.  Here are six types of prostitutes and where they work: 

Escorts(Independent Call Girls)

They are termed ‘independent’ because they keep their profits, advertise their services online, and are in essence self-employed. Independent Call Girls offer their services in private buildings and hotels, most definitely away from the public eye, and of course, charge high prices. 

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Escort Agency Employee

These prostitutes work under agencies and offer services in private buildings and hotels. Despite having to give a cut of their pay to their agencies, these sex workers get benefits such as not having to wait in the cold streets to meet clients and exposure to wealthy clients looking for private time with an Exotic Escort. 

Brothel sex workers

Massage parlors and saunas often double up as dedicated locations where people pay for sex, commonly referred to as brothels. Despite having to pay the brothel owners, these sex workers often charge moderately. 

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Streetwalkers

This is the most dangerous form of prostitution. Streetwalkers earn relatively less money and at times notorious clients refuse to pay them after being ‘serviced’. Due to this, the majority of streetwalkers report less job satisfaction. 

Bar or Casino sex workers

These sex workers work in bars and casinos, where initial contact with clients is made. They offer their services in a separate location and depending on the bar, the client may have to pay ‘bar fees’ to leave with a bar worker. The client is often expected to cater to all the needs of the escort for as long as they are getting services from them. 

Window shopping sex worker

This type of service is predominantly practiced in Amsterdam, the Netherlands’ capital. Passersby in the streets are enticed by women in houses through glass windows. This is in contrast to brothels as the women hardly interact with other service providers and staff. They also charge moderately.  

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