For many people, there is little difference between an escort and a prostitute. They use the words interchangeably. However, under Court of criminal law, there is a distinct difference that makes one act legal, and the other act illegal.
If you are interested in spending some quality time with an escort in Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya, Damansara, Subang jaya or any part of Selangor; chances are you will be able to do it fairly easily by knowing the basics. KL / Selangor is a very vast city with almost endless possibilities of choices of escort agency.
It is so huge that the prospect of finding the right escort might even seem daunting, like looking for a needle in a haystack. Following the proper protocol and avoiding legal entrapment will allow you to hire an escort according to your specific preference. Here are some things to be aware of before setting out on your mischievous adventure.
With legal matters out of the way, let’s explore the workings and the backbone of the escort industry. A sprawling metropolis as it is, Kuala Lumpur is the hearth of all things. Like a powerful magnet, for centuries, it has been attracting people from far and wide offering a variety of entertainment unparalleled in the developed world. Kuala Lumpur or K.L. Escort industry is no different, it is a multicultural enterprise worth billions and still expanding. Quite different from the rest of the world, 80 percent of sex workers in London are foreigners.
Being a haven for migrants and asylum seekers from all over the world for centuries, a great deal of mixing took place. As a result, mixed escorts of all kinds can be found in London. The escort industry accurately reflects the cosmopolitan spirit of this great city, surely there must be a right one for anybody in this cultural melting pot.
The quality and the range of escorts on offer is simply unmatched. If one is looking for a particular ethnicity, hair color, fetish or any kind of specific detail, this is a way to go. Profiles include photos and usually a detailed description of the escort, body measurements, preferred sex acts and so on. There are filters to narrow down your search as the selection is vast. That needle in the haystack once impossible to locate is now at your fingertips. The internet has transformed the escort industry in remarkable ways. You can get a woman of your dreams in total secrecy and with guaranteed discretion.
We are living in a digital age, information is the key to everything. Know what you want, communicate it in advance with your chosen escort, follow the basic guidelines and there is nothing to worry about. The on-line directories are teaming with hot women, feel free to take your pick and fulfil your fantasies
Sandy (not her real name), a Kuala Lumpur based sex worker still operates her daily survival needs through seeing her regulars adhering to S.O.P. ( Standard Operating Procedures ) from the Government.
In an interview with mypinkylady.com, she says:”i was earning around RM100 to RM200 per day, before the pandemic hit Malaysia. But now 3 days only i can get back this amount.” Sex Service Worker that lives through RM 300 per week in Kuala Lumpur finds it tough to make ends meet. Moreover, centralized in Muslim majority country, the said industry are still quite frown upon as it is not widely being accepted comparing to European countries.
Kuala Lumpur is not an “Essential Services” during the nation’s lockdown of Coronavirus.
Sandy is an immigrant from southern Thailand which she marketed herself as long hair, curvy, sexy, large breasted brunette; charging Incalls and Outcalls sex services through out the Klang Valley, Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya, Subang Jaya and areas in Selangor.
Like many single mother who are the sole provider for her children, need to carry on this business despite of the danger that is widely spread among the nations globally.
However, sex service worker like Sandy risk public safety and endangering their livelihood to earn money with their bodies during this wide spread of Coronavirus.
KL Sex Service industry had been severely hit as well as other “Non-Essential Services” that sees the economy of Malaysian Tourism and other Services related industry.
Sandy still sees her familiar clients daily, limiting herself to few faces per day. And through adhering to strict S.O.P. she hopes that the light in the end of the tunnel will still shines again in time to come…