Includes sex work, solicitation, procurement, and keeping or using a “bawdy house.”
Some indicators of legal issues
What the clients may say:
- "My sibling is a sex worker. My family hasn't heard from him/her in a long time and we are worried about his/her safety."
- "The police hassled me when I was talking to a john in public."
- "I am a sex worker and I advertise my services."
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