This question has come up, several times over the years as the UK Escort scene has always sat within a somewhat grey area.

In recent years, escorting has forked into two types;

Traditional Escorting

This is what most people associate with the word ‘Escort’, in which the escort meets clients and exchanges money for sexual favours. This type of escort is more commonly referred to as a prostitution in U.K Law.

Non-Sexual Escorting

As the name implies – these types of escorts do not offer sexual favours or extras of any kind. You would hire a non-sexual escort or companion as they are sometimes referred to, for dinner dates, weddings and other social/platonic activities in public.

The Legal Low Down

Non-Sexual Escorting is completely legal in the whole of the U.K including Northern Ireland. However, many punters who attempt to book time with non-sexual escorts automatically assume that extras are included and are surprised when their advances are rejected… If you are planning to advertise your services as a non-sexual escort it’s important to set things straight before confirming a booking with a client. It is highly recommended that you sign up with a non-sexual escort agency such as Dukes of Daisy who provide a totally managed service and vet clients prior to arranging dates for their growing list of companions.

Traditional Escorting or as it is now popularly being referred to as Intimate Escorting, is also legal in the U.K (apart from Northern Ireland where it is illegal to buy sexual services of any kind). In simpler terms, it is legal to buy and sell sex in the U.K… However there are some restrictions within in the law that you should be aware of before you begin your Intimate Escorting Journey…

It is illegal to;

  • Approach people in public to sell or buy sex (kerb crawling)
  • Run a Brothel or allow a property to run as a brothel
  • Exploit a sex-worker by using deception/threats/coercion
  • Traffic people within the UK for sex work
  • Advertise in phone boxes or using leafleting
  • To buy sexual services in Northern Ireland

It is not illegal to;

  • Advertise online as an escort on
  • Sign up with a reputable Escort Agency
  • Meet Clients at their home or in a Hotel (out-call)
  • Allow Clients to visit your home provided you are the only one present (in-call)

Is Prostitution Legal UK

While we have made every effort to ensure the accuracy and legitimacy of this post and the information herein. The information is not offered as legal or factual advice. In short the laws concerning prostitution and escorting are constantly evolving; as such it is strongly recommended that the reader check local laws to ensure that any acts of escorting are completely compliant with U.K law for your region. Here is a direct link to the CPS law on prostitution and exploitation: Moist.Club cannot be held responsible for the information published in this post and this does not constitute professional or legal advice.

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