Last Updated on July 4, 2022 by Escort Guide Australia
The risks of hiring an escort are very real and can be serious.
If you are considering hiring an escort, here are some things to consider:
You may be arrested.
In most countries, prostitution is illegal, including in Amsterdam and other major European cities where it is common for prostitutes to work in brothels or in the street. In some countries like New Zealand, prostitution is legal but regulated by local councils or police departments. If you are caught soliciting an escort or paying someone for sex, you may face fines or even jail time.
You could get a sexually transmitted disease (STD).
As a client, you will not have access to medical professionals who can screen for STDs before sexual contact takes place. You also may not be able to know about any health issues that an escort has had in the past because it’s generally illegal for escorts to provide their medical history to clients prior to engaging in sex work.
Are there any other risks?
You could be blackmailed into paying more money than originally agreed upon by an escort whose services were less than satisfactory. It’s possible that an escort will threaten to report your activity as prostitution if they don’t receive additional payment after their services have been rendered or if they feel they weren’t paid enough money upfront by your initial payment
Some escorts will also try to convince their clients to participate in illegal activities such as prostitution or drug use. This can lead to serious legal consequences for both parties involved.
So, do you hire an escort?
Your health is undoubtedly the most important factor to consider when weighing up whether or not to engage the services of an escort. If you feel like engaging the services of a sex worker will be detrimental to your health, then it’s probably best not to do so.