Free music/event paper and escort numbers.
I got this free newspaper around town. You see them a lot in college towns, blah, blah. They post events and what-not.
There are all these 900 numbers and escort service numbers in the back of the paper.
My question? Has anybody ever researched these numbers and services. What is an escort? A chick comes to your house? If that is the case, why not call it prostitution. Because I am sure it is not a prom date. For example, do these 900 numbers make money? Are they really just a serious of phone scams or guys sounding like girls with really high voices.
The asian/black/white/latina escort service and phone number? Is that a real person. Is that legal? What services are they into.
It has plaqued me for the longest. And, I hope the people of ?off2 could help me. ...Not that I would ever call.
Why not call one up and make a date? Seems like you'd find out that way...
January 31st, 2006 10:29pm
Presumably if it's an escort, an actual person shows up. Whether they have sex with you is a different matter.
And phone sex is not illegal.
Actually, real sex is not illegal either.
February 1st, 2006 2:49am
In the UK at least, it's illegal to *advertise* sex, so they say that they're all escorts. Anything that just 'happens' after they get hired is your own business though.
February 1st, 2006 3:27am
"after they get hired is your own business though"
Well, I figured it would have to be legal and non-sex. I am sure cops would have a lot easier time finding sex-peddlers if their phone numbers are in some magazine. I am always curious how prostitutes get caught. Selling sex seems like a hard crime to spot. For example, selling drugs; a little bit more obvious.