If you don't pay a prostitute is it rape or theft?

I read a prostitute filed rape charges against a client cause he didn't pay. She said the usual stuff like "it was sooo degrading and violating".
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  • That is theft. This is no different than a woman sleeping with a man who lied to her about who he is and then after she finds out he is a loser. Some women think this is also rape when it isn't. This is just stupid girls not getting the money up front first.

    • Rape and theft are essentially the same thing since sex is just a female resource that they refuse to give for free unless paid. Rape is the theft of sex. It's sex he doesn't pay for.

    • I understand your point, but I disagree. Rape is unwanted sex. She agreed to it. It wasn't forced. The terms of the arrangement are secondary. This is why when a couple gets divorced, she can't change her mind and say now that their arrangement has fallen apart, she can now consider her sex life with him as rape.

  • Breach of contract I think, so basically small claims court over the money owed. I don't think its a criminal offense to not pay in that case though, just a dick move.

    • I'm that case how is any rape considered a criminal offense? All rape is just unpaid sex. That's the sole difference between rape and sex, that she doesn't get paid. They're both just penis sliding in vagina.

    • Payment is the difference between whoring and sex, not between rape and sex. Consent is the difference between rape and sex.

    • Consent is acquired when the woman gets paid her vagina's worth in money and commitment. So the only difference between rape and sex is that with rape he gets it for free.

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  • Like others have said, I have never met anyone who didn't take money upfront and I did some escort work for a while. If they don't pay, I'd say it's a breach of contract. However, if they do something you haven't agreed to be willing to do, it's rape.

    • What if the escort refuses to have sex with him? I read she's not legally obligated to. So he should only pay her if he gets the goods.

    • If she refuses to, he can file a civil lawsuit. That's no reason to rape someone and will possibly get you imprisoned.

    • Can't file civil lawsuit because escorts are literally not legally obligated to have sex with him.

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  • Every prostitute takes payment first and sets rules as to what the client can and can't do for the money. A client who does something outside those limits is committing rape. So if he's only paid for regular sex and shoves it up her ass it is rape.

    • When you put it that way, absolutely. I know very little about how prostitutes do business.

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  • It is rape, because she concented to have sex under preset conditions and you violated those conditions.

    • Rape shouldn't even be a crime. It's just a few minutes of harmless sex.

  • As far as i know, thats why you usually pay in advance.

    • Then she'll just take the money and run.

    • Depends

    • Never trust a whore. Also, all women are whores.

  • Theft.

  • You pay before the service, not after

    • You sound like you have experience.

    • #yolo. Not yet but you never know

  • Depends on the jurisdiction and how forceful the guy was

    • Rape should be renamed to forcey fun time.

    • Ewwwwwwww 😡😡😡😡😡

  • Neither theft only applies to property and the sex was concetual during the act it was a breach of contract possible assault

    • Sex is a female property. Men always buy it and women always sell it. No woman on Earth would give it for free.

    • except for rare cases like a gift.

    • Not legally speaking it's a service

  • It seems like it depends if prostitution is legal or not in the jurisdiction as best I can tell.

  • One assumes the sex is consentual under the premise there will be pay.
    No pay - isn't really theft since you are not taking something the prostitute actually had, breach of contract? sure.
    But considering the prostitute user is not fulfilling their side of the consent contract (paying) then I would think that would render the assumption of consent null and void. I can see the logic of it being a rape issue.

  • Its theft. She consented to the intercourse in a verbal contract. The customer violated the contract by not paying her.
    Rape is when she or he says "no" to sex. Rape is also when you don't break off the encounter once the other party doesn't want it any more.

  • Theft, not very nice. It's her income...

  • you always pay first

    • Why?

    • And if she doesn't have change for a twenty?

  • Its both. Just pay them

    • Damn. You can be charged with both theft and rape? Patriarchy at work

  • I dont have the answer to that one I once tried to pay a girl because I thought she was a prostitute she cried and said I was an asshole and she was soo humiliated.

  • I think it would be shoplifting

    • Pussylifting

    • A cat burglar or a pussy pirate

  • That’s why they get the money up front. What incentive would there be for anyone to pay if she lets him cum first? It would be hard to argue the sex was against your will when you did it for money.

    • All sex costs money. You don't see homeless bums getting a lot of pussy. That's what separates rape from sex. With rape he gets free pussy while with sex he has to pay for it one way or another (even if he's married to her).