I’ve been asked how to avoid cops. You’re buying a relationship for money and it often includes sex. I’ve written a Legal Brief on the subject. The difference between escorts and cops is that an escort will avoid any conversation that the transaction is sex for money. A cop will try to get you to say that you are having sex for money. If the escort is using the words “sex for money” she is either very stupid, or she’s a cop. If she is avoiding the words “sex for money” or any other similar agreements then she’s probably OK.
Never say the words “sex for money” or make that agreement verbally. You are not buying sex for money. It’s a surrogate relationship that my include sexual contact.
She should also be paranoid that you are a cop. Most of the time there is a setup it’s the client who’s the cop trying to bust the escort. So you don’t want to talk about “sex for money” either. She has more reason to be paranoid about you being a cop. Don’t be insulted by this.
Cops would better serve the public if they focused on real crime like murders, bank robbers, and rapists, and leave consenting adults alone.
One common misconception about being busted is that you don’t actually have to have sex for money to get busted. All you have to do is to agree to have sex for money. So either of you can get busted even if no sex or money changes hands. They do need to get it on tape though. So never say those words and she should never say those words. Continua a leggere